Emerging technologies, future substitutes?
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The CRM_InnoNet team are mapping potential solutions to CRM-related problems.  If your business or laboratory is developing a new technology or material which could replace a critical material and you want us to include it, please let us know about it by posting a comment below!

 

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  1. Elza Bontempi
    We have developped a new sustainable filer, based on the inertization of waste materials (patented procedure). It appears quite promising to be used on plastics, as to increase fire-resistance charcateristics. This material should be a valid substitute of Antimony. See: - http://www.cosmos-rice.csmt.eu/ - http://www.cosmos-rice.csmt.eu/index.php/news/41-european-innovation-partnership-on-raw-materials-annual-conference-2013-5-december-2013-brussels - Journal of Applied Polymer Science Volume 130, Issue 6, 15 December 2013, Pages 4157-4164 Processing and properties of polypropylene-based composites containing inertized fly ash from municipal solid waste incineration For information please contact: elza.bontempi@ing.unibs.it

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