STOCKERTOWN, PA (March 28, 2011) – As more and more states prohibit or plan to prohibit the use of Decabromodiphenyl Ether (aka DBDPO, decaBDE, DBDE, deca) in products sold within their jurisdiction and in light of the voluntary three-year phase-out agreement among major “deca” producers and the USEPA, PMC Polymer Products is already positioned with alternative technologies that will help ease the transition process.
Recognized as a leader in plastic innovations and manufacture, PMC Polymer Products now offers a complete line of DBDPO free high impact polystyrene and polyolefin compounds and masterbatches used for a variety of flame retardant polyolefin and engineering polymer applications. PMC’s DBDPO free replacement products meet or exceed UL V-0 or V-2 standards.
PMC’s technical teams are prepared to help customers as they transition from DBDPO and are available for consultation on customer applications. We are available by dialing 610.746.1637 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.