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PAFA issues an industry-wide warning on soaring polymer prices

PAFA issues an industry-wide warning on soaring polymer prices

Posted On 14 April 2015

The Packaging and Films Association (PAFA), has issued an industry-wide warning that the prices of raw materials could see a “significant increase” and “extremely tight supply” in as litt...

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Dates for your Diary

Dates for your Diary

Posted On 31 March 2015

Make sure you keep up to date with the BRPPA events and meetings. Please find a list of events below:

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Producers win polymer price hike in March

Producers win polymer price hike in March

Posted On 30 March 2015

After falling since the middle of last year, European standard thermoplastic prices rebounded sharply in March.

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Energy Matters

Energy Matters

Posted On 27 February 2015

Electricity costs for industrial consumers in the UK are due to rise sharply by 2020 as a result of electricity market reform and the renewables obligation

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Techbits

Techbits

Posted On 24 February 2015

BRPPA have put together a round up of technology news for you to enjoy.

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Training

Training

Posted On 18 February 2015

A variety of training documents and courses are available to our members.

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Health, Safety and Environment

Health, Safety and Environment

Posted On 16 February 2015

A brief overview of the Health, Safety and Environment news relevant to BRPPA

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State of Business

State of Business

Posted On 12 February 2015

Provisional statistics for 2013 are now available from the Government’s Annual Business Survey, published in November 2014.

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Smithers Rapra - Courses for 2015

Smithers Rapra - Courses for 2015

Posted On 03 February 2015

Smithers Rapra are proud to announce two new courses for 2015.

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Christmas will ‘carry on’ in Staffordshire with help of plastic bags

Christmas will ‘carry on’ in Staffordshire with help of plastic bags

Posted On 18 December 2014

A Christmas tree made of plastic bags has saved a Staffordshire town from going without this year after a lack of funding meant it couldn't have a real one.

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