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Title: Biodegradable plastics - Biodegradable plastics suitable for home composting;
Publish Date: 2010;
Product Type: Standard
our ongoing commitment to maintaining a contemporary and relevant catalogue of Australian Standards, Standards Australia has identified the following Aged
prepared for development but has not yet been kicked off 03. Drafting Project is under development Current Projects List 04. Public Commenting Includes the
4241-1994 AS 2012.1-1990 AS 2012.2-1990 AS 1081.1-1990 AS 1081.2-1990 AS 3534-1988 AS 3781-1990 AS 3782.1-1990 AS 3782.4-1990 AS 3782.2-1990 AS 3782.3-1990 AS
The Role of Standards and Innovation for Driving APEC’s Silver Economy, December 2017.
An IA-CEPA Early Outcomes Initiative, November 2017.