This fuel vapor separator is produced with EcoPaXX engineering plastic, which is 70% derived from renewable resources.
Two interesting things to know about the fuel vapor separators (which prevent fuel vapors from reaching the atmosphere and maintain fuel tank pressures) being produced by Dytech Dynamic Fluid Technologies (dytech-dft.com), which is headquartered southwest of Turin:
1. The separators are being produced for Ferrari and Maserati, so presumably they are top-notch. (And it also explains the location of Dytech.)
2. The fuel vapor separators are being produced with EcoPaXX polyamide 410 from DSM (dsm.com/automotive), an engineering plastic that is 70% derived from renewable resources and is said to be “carbon neutral.”
It is also resistant and impermeable to gasoline, and exhibits high thermal and good dimensional stability.