About usThis is a blog about polyurethanes and what it enables, so don’t be surprised if we have opinions on green roofs, comfort or energy efficiency.
It is run by ISOPA, the association representing European producers of the two building blocks for polyurethanes.
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We recently hosted the Taiwanese Central News Agency at our Polyurethane Passive House building site in order to explain the … Continue reading...
It might look more like a futuristic skipping rope, but the Total Artificial Heart (TAH) from Syncardia Systems has already saved the lives of 950 people worldwide. The TAH, which utilises polyurethane technology, is designed to treat total biventricular heart failure – when both sides of the heart are failing to pump blood through the body.
Making the most of the few calm moments that can be enjoyed in the European quarter in the month of August, we will reflect today on what will be a significant item in the European Council and the European Parliament’s agendas in September. We’re thinking about the Energy Efficiency Directive or EED, because nothing remains without an acronym very long in Brussels. The European Commission published its draft proposal on 22 June 2011, settling speculations over what the acronym would be, but most importantly allowing a first glance at how the Commission’s initial plans in the Energy Efficiency Plan 2011 had been enacted, if at all.
Welcome to Foaming an Opinion, the blog we opened for the Polyurethanes campaign! The organization behind the campaign and this blog is called ISOPA. We are the association representing the European Producers of diisocyanate and polyols, the main building blocks for polyurethanes.