Among the ironies associated with the Broadway original cast recording of Hair, and its anthemic “Let the Sunshine In” was that, of course, you couldn’t.
The album was made of (polyvinyl chloride) plastic, or PVC, and UV radiation has traditionally caused PVC to discolor and lose impact resistance. Let the sunshine in – and immediately you had problems. They also were known, left in a windowsill, to melt.
Tags: polyethylene, polypropylene, rubber, polyhydroxyalkanoate, PHA , plasticization, polyvinyl chloride, construction material, medical applications, miscible, impact modification, PHA technology
Source: BiofuelsDigest, 2012-10-23.