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    Breakthrough made in spray-on solar power

    (December 16, 2014)
    In 2008, British steel manufacturer Corus Group introduced the idea of developing solar cell paint—a concept in itself revolutionary to the solar power industry, but still little more than a dream. Now, thanks to Electrical & Computer Engineering researchers at the University of Toronto, that dream might be one step closer to reality. According to two papers recently published in the… FULL ARTICLE >>
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    CSPA Aerosol Division gets new Chairman

    (December 11, 2014)
    Mark Rivers,VP of Technical Services at Aeropres Corp., catches the football of leadership at the Consumer Specialty Products Association (CSPA) Annual Meeting in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Bill Wood, President of Faultless Starch, bequeathed his responsibilities as Chairman of the Aerosol Division to Rivers with the symbolic pass. FULL ARTICLE >>
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    I-K-I Mfg Sponsors Veteran’s Day Parade Sign

    (December 9, 2014)
    In case you missed it, I-K-I Manufacturing, suppliers of specialized contract aerosol packaging since 1955, sponsored a sign thanking veterans for their service on behalf of the U.S. aerosol industry as part of the 2014 America’s Parade honoring veterans in New York City on Veterans Day, Tuesday, Nov. 11. The sign was paraded along with Edgerton High School’s Tider Band, the official marching… FULL ARTICLE >>
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    Global Aerosol Market to Reach $70B by 2020: Study

    (December 8, 2014)
    A new study published by market research syndicate Grand View Research, Inc. predicts growth in the global aerosol market over the next five years, led primarily by growing demand for aerosol packaging for personal care and household products. The study estimates that global aerosol demand reached 14.61 billion units in 2013, and expects that figure to rise at a CAGR… FULL ARTICLE >>
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    Schoolscience promotes aerosols as educational tool

    (December 5, 2014)
    Schoolscience, the website for school students and science teachers in the UK, has recently featured on the Association for Science Education website an article promoting its new interactive resource on the physics and engineering that go into making aerosols. Nick Swift, author of the article and Editor for Schoolscience, wrote: “It turns out that aerosols make an excellent case study for… FULL ARTICLE >>
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    SC Johnson publishes Restricted Use Ingredients

    (December 4, 2014)
    SC Johnson has, for the first time, published its “restricted-use” ingredients — chemicals and other materials the company limits or has banned in its products to protect human health and the environment. Eliminated ingredients include bisphenol A (BPA), mercury and mercury-containing compounds, diethyl phthalate (DEP) and polyvinyl chloride (PVC). The restricted-use list is part of the SC Johnson Greenlist process,… FULL ARTICLE >>
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    Paris Aerosol Forum announces schedule

    (November 26, 2014)
    Aerosol & Dispensing Forum (ADF) gathers once a year from some seventy countries brand experts leading specialists of packaging and materials serving cosmetics, health, cleaning products, food, DIY, gardening and paint industry. More than 250 exhibitors, international leaders material suppliers meet visitors on the subject of material expertise to talk about the state of the art: material; converters and injectors; case… FULL ARTICLE >>
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    Aerosol Promotion Council of India to host Expo, Asian Aerosol Federation meeting

    (November 25, 2014)
    The Aerosol Promotion Council (APC) of India is hosting the annual meeting of the Asian Aerosol Federation on February 13, 2015 at The Lalit, Mumbai, India. The Asian Aerosol Federation has six member countries: Australia, China, India, Japan, Thailand and New Zealand. Coinciding with this meeting, the APC will also be hosting the Indian Aerosol Expo 2015 on Feb. 13–14 that will… FULL ARTICLE >>

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