India is a developing country, and the development of green building plastics has specific economic and social significance. In recent years, India's green building plastics have been greatly developed, showing a good momentum of development. Experts pointed out that non-toxic, harmless and pollution-free plastic building materials will become the hot spot of market demand in this century.
The green building meets relevant evaluation standards, maximizing energy saving, land saving, water saving, material saving, environmental protection and pollution reduction throughout the life cycle, providing people with healthy, applicable and efficient use space, harmoniously coexisting with nature. building.
India develops green building plastics
With the rapid growth of the global economy in 2018, the development speed of the construction industry will start to slowly pick up. The development prospects of the global construction industry are promising, the consumption of building plastic materials will grow steadily, and the growth rate in emerging markets in Asia and South America will be faster.
The data show that the main application areas of building plastics are plastic doors and windows, plastic pipes, plastic flooring and so on. Due to the advantages of lightweight and low cost, architectural plastics are widely used in buildings. According to statistics, the annual consumption of plastics in the construction industry accounts for about 1/4 of the total output of plastics, ranking first in the application of plastics.
According to expert analysis, the building plastics market has great potential, and the development of building plastics cannot be delayed. On the one hand, with the gradual recovery of the global economy, the development speed of the construction industry has gradually begun to slowly pick up. Affected by this, the demand for building plastics will gradually be released. In fact, in some emerging market countries such as Asia and South America, the demand for construction plastics has rebounded significantly. In particular, wood plastic meets the demand for materials. It is rising by 13% annually. In this regard, NAHB chief economist David Crowe said: "As the economy recovers, it will prompt consumers to reshape their homes, which will promote the development of plastic products such as wood-plastic composites and siding."