December 2020, Vol. 247, No. 12


PPI’s Fink Sees Expanding Role for Plastic Pipe

By Jeff Awalt, Executive Editor David Fink was active for more than 20 years in the Plastics Pipe Institute (PPI) before becoming president of the Dallas-based organization in January 2020. So active, in fact, that he had to recuse himself from the search committee to apply for his new position when the opportunity arose.  Fink A chemical engineer and chemist by training, Fink has devoted his entire career to plastics, beginning with his work in polyethylene resin at Union Carbide (UC) Corporation and narrowing in focus to resins for pipe applications after UC’s acquisition by Dow Chemical in 2001. He then spent 13 years at WL Plastics, one of th

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