Steve, the BSEF organization, gives the answer: "personally, I prefer to use" the green of the whole life cycle "to define not only the low exposure to the human body and the environment in the process of production and use, but also to the maximum recovery after use." This is also the direction for the development of brominated flame retardants in the future, and production enterprises have done many fruitful work in this respect. For example, KALSHINE provides a kind of flame retardant--YX3008, completely replaced by HBCD, applied to EPS & XPS foamed board (a building material used for external wall insulation, very flammable, and must add flame retardant).
It is a large molecular brominating flame retardant because it is not easily absorbed by the organism and will not affect the ecological environment, and can be used at the same time. Effective fire retardant is a very good sustainable development plan.
In addition, the performance of recycling can also be taken seriously. That is to say, if the materials containing flame retardants are used, can they be recycled and reused. In terms of recycling, the ability to reuse flame retardant materials depends on the type of materials and the flame retardant regimen used. Studies have shown that the flame retardants containing brominated flame retardants can still retain their flame retardancy after four to five cycles of recycling.