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Cover Story – CPIA Anniversary: The Early Years

The Canadian Plastics Institute's Don Clarke examines samples of plastic lumber in 1988. Clarke entered the polymers industry during WWII when there was a need to find replacements for shortages of ru...


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January 1, 2002 by Canadian Plastics


The Canadian Plastics Institute’s Don Clarke examines samples of plastic lumber in 1988. Clarke entered the polymers industry during WWII when there was a need to find replacements for shortages of rubber. Clarke’s career in industry has charted the expansion of modern thermoplastic resins into hosts of new markets. Clarke became a senior consultant at CPI in 1985. He has received a CanPlast award from SPI Canada and a Lifetime Achievement Award from CPIA.


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