Realizing that PC cases are no longer going to be made with brominated flame retardants (BFRs,) which prevent fires but cause birth defects, Sony has been looking for some new solutions. They found their savior in the hundreds of thousands of horrible DVDs they, and other movies studios, produce every year.
They've created a new kind of plastic by mixing ground-up DVDs (85%) with styrene elastomer (as non-toxic as styrofoam), and an inorganic filler. The resulting plastic is actual more fire-proof, way less toxic, and signficantly cheaper than BFRs.
Congratulations Sony, and thanks for continuing to make horrible Tim Allen movies!
written by bandung, July 23, 2007
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