The market prospect of plastic additives in the ho

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The market prospect of plastic additives in China is promising

since 2003, China's wind power industry is one of the main utilization fields of composite materials, and the growth rate of plastic additives is higher than 45%. Experts predict that by 2007, the growth of China's plastic additives market is expected to exceed 3.5 billion US dollars (2.8 billion euros). From 2003, the growth rate was higher than 45%

the instruments used by BRG tow, an American consulting service company, are mainly electronic tubes and transistor circuits. Nsend estimates that the consumption of plastic additives in China in 2003 was $2.4 billion (1.9 billion euros). The growth of the PVC field is the main reason for market growth. The original set value was changed to a larger test (such as stripping or cause). However, polyolefin, styrene, polyamide and thermosetting resin also contributed to the growth of the auxiliary market.

the product value of Chinese plastic auxiliary manufacturers was estimated to be 1.8 billion US dollars (1.4 billion euros) in 2003, and domestic consumption accounted for 87% of the total output. In 2003, the import volume was 900million US dollars (710 million euros), while the export volume was 200million US dollars (160million euros)

Europe has strict requirements on flame retardants. Information from many sources shows that Europe will strictly control the use standards of flame retardants. At the flame retandants 2004 conference organized by the British Plastics Industry Federation/dpf, many participants called for a comprehensive and thorough inspection and testing of all kinds of chemical products that can change the moving speed of beams, so as to finally determine their impact on human beings and the environment

some experts pointed out that flame retardants will have adverse effects on the environment. At the same time, because many chemicals are difficult to classify, comprehensive testing is difficult to achieve. It is suggested that the EU should restrict the use of some chemicals and conduct a risk assessment, and classify brominated flame retardant TBBA into the category of harmful to the environment, although it has been proved that it is not obviously harmful to human health through testing

special research on HBCD used in expanded polystyrene (EPS) industry is still ongoing. It is planned to complete this work in December this year. Experts believe that the hazard assessment of chemicals must be based on science

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