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““State-of-the-art” plant by Tomra and Borealis”
Borealis and European have opened plant for postconsumer plastic scrap sorting and mechanical recycling.Read more
Cosmetics packaging made with Eastman Cristal Renew
Axilone’s packaging in the U.S., Europe and China contains 50 percent certified recycled content.
Circular in Motion provides marketplace recycled-content plastics
Circular in Motion introduces online platform “to sell and buy sustainable materials”.
Royal DSM signs agreement with Clariter
Royal DSM will work with Clariter on polyethylene fiber chemical recycling technique.
Collaboration of Neste and Alterra Energy
Global thermochemical liquefaction technology of Alterra.
IBM to design a cloud-hosted data platform
IBM, has joined The Alliance to End Plastic Waste as a supporting member.
Enerkem to build biofuels and renewable chemicals plant in Canada
Varennes Carbon Recycling (VCR) will produce biofuels and renewable chemicals made from non-recyclable residual materials as well as wood waste.
Procter & Gamble switches to recyclable toothpaste tubes
Procter & Gamble says this new packaging design is in line with the company’s P&G Ambition 2030 commitments of achieving 100 percent recyclable or reusable packaging.
Canadian engineers have pioneered a method for reclaiming the polymers
STRAP technology allow multilayer-plastic manufacturers to recover the 40 per cent of plastic waste produced during the production and packaging processes.
LyondellBasell and SUEZ to expand their Quality Circular Polymers Joint Venture
The companies jointly announced the acquisition of TIVACO, a plastics recycling company located in Blandain, Belgium
Braskem, Encina formalize partnership
Braskem will work with Encina to develop logistics and certifications for a recycled polypropylene feedstock.
DSM and Neste announce strategic partnership to enable the production of high performance polymers
DSM and its customers will reduce the carbon footprint of their own products
Indorama plans 10 billion bottles of annual reprocessing capacity at European plants
Indorama, has announced plans to install capacity to recycle and reprocess 10 billion postconsumer polyethylene terephthalate bottles per year by 2023.