Polymer Bills Tristin B
Modern bills • Paper money is causing high rates of inflation • This causes the value reduction • cotton-paper blend • Doesn’t last nearly as long as polymer bills • 75% cotton • takes large amounts of pesticides and water to produce
Polymer bills • Polymer banknotes are banknotes made from a polymer • last 2.5 times longer than paper notes • resulting in a decrease in environmental impact • reduction of production and replacement costs • plastic substrate hybrid • plastic notes are recyclable at the end of their lifetime.
Polymer banknote how it came, and development. • They were first issued as currency in Australia in 1988. In 1967 forgeries of the Australian $10 note were found in circulation and the Reserve Bank of Australia was concerned about an increase in counterfeiting with the release of colourphotocopiers that year. It issued in Canada November 2011.
Polymer bills video • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7chpllnU-To