Trinity Resources antiblock product approved by Health Canada

By Kasia Patel
Published: Tuesday, 02 December 2014

The company's product, Altiblock, is manufactured from pyrophyllite and can replace other minerals such as talc and kaolin as an additive in plastic film applications. The approval brings the company one step close to its goal of becoming a mainstream producer.

Trinity Resources' antiblock product line, produced from the company's pyrophyllite deposit in Newfoundland, Canada, has received approval from Health Canada as an additive for plastic film manufacturers.

According to Trinity CEO, John Hurley, approval for the 'Altiblock' line will give the company access to a broader market application base and...

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