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Plastics-to-Fuel Resources

Fact Sheets What Are Plastics to Fuel Technologies and How Should They Be Regulated? Innovative manufacturers are

Exploring Chlorine Compounds

Purpose You will observe and compare the physical and chemical properties of different chlorine compounds Materials Magnifying glass Aluminum foil, 1 x 4 cm strip pH paper, 4 strips Chemplate or 4 small jars or test tubes with rack Small jar of tap water Dropper bottle of household ammonia Dropper Small spoon

Plastic Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question about plastics and the environment Check our Frequently Asked Questions below Related Categories Plastics Resource Conservation Energy Efficiency Waste Reduction Recovery Waste to Energy Landfilling 213

About Us

In June 2010, the ACC board approved the formation of a new, self-funded panel to represent the producers, suppliers and users of formaldehyde and formaldehyde products.

Chlorine Experiments

The following experiments demonstrate the usefulness of two products made using chlorine chemistry Sunscreen and Light Energy Antifreeze and the Freezing Point of Water For additional experiments involving chlorine chemistry, check out our Building Block Chemistry resources 452

Packaging

From the manufacturer to the grocer and to our dinner tables, airtight plastic packaging is an essential part of modern life—protecting and preserving goods, and ensuring they are transported efficiently.

Sunscreen and Light Energy

Chlorine and chlorine based compounds play an important role in protecting public health In fact, about 93 percent of the top selling pharmaceuticals are manufactured using chlorine chemistry This experiment will highlight chlorine s role in one important pharmaceutical product sunscreen Sunscreens are produced

PIPS

The Plastics Industry Producers Statistics Group (PIPS) provides relevant, timely, comprehensive and extensive business statistics on the plastic resins industry.