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Dow Chemical and Rubbermaid.

Dow Chemical and Rubbermaid have entered into a joint development agreement to evaluate the use of recycled, low-density polyethylene film in the manufacture of Rubbermaid's injection molded housewares and commercial products. Dow will provide film processing capability and will work with Rubbermaid to advance the technology for its products. Rubbermaid will supply post-consumer film for the pilot operation and will manufacture value-added products from this material. The agreement will be focused in the United States. Rubbermaid will evaluate only PE film reclaim from Dow during this period.
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Title Annotation:Business Briefs: Contracts, Licenses; joint development agreement
Publication:Rubber World
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Dec 1, 1991
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