Fujitsu is continuing their work on a corn starch based plastic for use in computer cases. The new development should save as much as a liter of petroleum in the production of a laptop computer. There is no increase in manufacturing cost, and the case is recyclable at the end of its life. Currently, however, raw material costs remain higher than traditional plastics. More on JFS.
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