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Monday, June 9, 2008

NTI - Right Place Right Time

A few articles today explain why I feel that plastic and plastic waste is one of the next big crisis we will have to address globally. This leaves NTI, with their biodegradable plastic replacement and even more so their exciting Plastic Waste to Crude Oil technology, a potential big mover on this issue of growing concern.
This isssue is all over the news and gaining traction. I have posted just a few articles and will add them as they interest me. (By the way, the company said in the year end press release that they have placed the Plastic Waste to Oil Technology in India and Thailand). See my blog for more indepth research on NTI.


Polymer prices surge

New Delhi (PTI): Prices of petrochemical products like polymers and plastic vinyl have surged up to 20 per cent here in the last two weeks as crude oil continued to trade at record levels in the global market.

Polymers, a by-product of crude oil, recorded the biggest jump of 20 per cent in view of rising input cost, after the crude oil climbed to a record high of 139.12 dollar a barrel on geo-political tension in Iran and weak dollar against euro.

Prices of low density polymer shot up by Rs 19, or 20 per cent, to Rs 124 per kg from Rs 105 on May 26.

"Huge rise in polymer prices in just two weeks will lead to a increase in price of packaging plastic material and other plastic moulded items," said Bharat Bhushan, a wholesale trader here.

"Costlier imports due to weakening rupee against dollar too cast its shadow on the polymer prices," said Ashwani Sehgal of Champion Polymers.

Polypropylene polymer prices flared up to Rs 120 per kg from Rs 92 per kg in last week, a rise of about 20 per cent.

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That's why the oil rally is bound to have a ripple effect across the broader economy as manufacturers grapple with a new crude calculus in their production process.

For many companies, the grappling has begun in earnest.

Proctor and Gamble, the paper says, is compacting its detergent products so they fit into smaller plastic containers (oil is a key component in making plastic).
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Setting aside the entire foreign dependency for energy debate and the calls for going green, the U.S. economy and way of life is entirely fueled by the black gold. Oil is the basic building block for the plastic and synthetic materials that we resell, use and service on a daily basis.
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Dee said...


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Superman said...

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