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Did you know almost 150kg of plastic used in average sedan car?

In 1960, the average car made in North America had only 8 kg of plastic and composite materials, according to the American Chemistry Council, a trade group. In 2016................. To know more visit -

Material Price Increased

GAIL increased HDPE Blow and HM Prices by Rs. 3000/MT and LLDPE/other HDPE Grades by Rs. 2000/MT w.e.f. 16th July.

Polymer engineering

Growing Use of Polymer Products in Every Sector. Currently, the use of polymers in India is ranked third after China and the US and it is increasing the demand for plastic products in India. Polymer engineering students can take admission in BE or B Tech. After the 12th Science stream through JEE mains across the country can enter the Bachelor degree course in CIPET. Students who have a bachelor's degree can enter the MTech course.

Canada to ban single-use plastics

Canada to ban single-use plastics, including bags, straws, in 2021. ban on single-use plastics coming into effect next year will include plastic grocery bags, straws, stir sticks, cutlery.

unemployment rates State/ UT

Gujarat also has the lowest unemployment rates in the entire country @3.4% as per survey report by National Statistical Office, Govt. of India. Telangana 11.2% All India 8%

Hyundai India’s top focus is low-cost EV

Hyundai Motor India Ltd is studying the feasibility of launching a low-cost electric vehicle (EV) for consumers, treating the project as its “No. 1 priority" for the future, managing director S.S. Kim said. “We have the product and the technology, and we are reviewing the Indian market condition and the infrastructure situation here. We will come up with some options, which will be the best for the Indian market. It’s a No.1 priority in our future strategy," Kim said.

PM to inaugurate CIPET Institute of Petrochemicals Technology today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate today the Central Institute of Petrochemicals Engineering & Technology (CIPET Institute of Petrochemicals Technology, Jaipur. Together with the Government of Rajasthan, the Government of India has established CIPET Institute of Petrochemicals Technology, Jaipur. The institute is self-sustainable and dedicatedly serves the needs of the petrochemical and allied industries. Read More: