The world of plastics is an expansive one, touching nearly every corner of our lives.

The world is facing an urgent need to shift towards a circular economy, and the plastics industry is no exception. As the industry strives to reduce waste and promote sustainability, it requires a workforce with new skills and expertise.

The current labor market is experiencing unprecedented shifts, with a significant number of job openings and a seemingly shrinking workforce.

Internships and mentorship programs play a pivotal role in nurturing the next generation of professionals in the plastics industry.

The plastic industry is a dynamic and rapidly growing industry that is constantly evolving.

That first bioplastic, Parkesine (an Alex Parkes invention), was too brittle to be a successful replacement for the widespread use of single-use plastic today.