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“International Recycling Group purchases site”
International Recycling Group plans to sort mixed plastics and to produce recycled HDPE, PET and PP pellets.Read more
Lenor ditches opaque bottles and implements digital watermarking to improve recyclability
Procter and Gamble’s Lenor brand recently announced two important sustainability updates.
LyondellBasell, Plastic Energy, Albéa and L’OCCITANE introduce new circular cosmetic packaging
LyondellBasell, Albéa Tubes and L’OCCITANE en Provence have recently launched groundbreaking cosmetic tubes.
OMV and ALBA enter exclusive agreement for chemical recycling facility
OMV and ALBA Recycling have announced that they have started exclusive discussions to jointly build and operate an innovative sorting plant.
Kunststoff Recycling Grünstadt opens expanded processing plant
Kunststoff Recycling is expected to process up to 55,000 tons of plastic annually.
Alpla adds to plastic recycling capacity in Germany
Austria-based packaging firm acquires PET recycler Texplast.
Suncast joins Cyclyx
Suncast plans to develop products that incorporate recycled content.
OMV and ALBA enter exclusive agreement to build an innovative sorting plant
OMV and ALBA Recycling announce that they have started exclusive discussions to jointly build and operate an innovative sorting plant in Walldürn.
Republic Services to build integrated plastic recycling facility
Republic Services will build first plastic recycling facility in the United States.
Colgate launches recyclable toothpaste tube
The packaging will feature limited edition “Recycle Me!” messaging and is intended to build recycling awareness among both consumers and MRF operators.
World leaders agree to draw up ‘historic’ treaty on plastic waste
UN environment assembly resolution is being hailed as biggest climate deal since 2015 Paris accord.
Brightmark to build advanced plastics recycling plant in Australia
Brightmark says the project will be developed in partnership with Australia.
Major brand owners commit to increasing investment in circular economy for flexibles
Mars, Mondelez International, Nestlé, PepsiCo and Unilever have committed to increasing investments for transition toward a circular economy