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“Recycling of Expanded Polystyrene Waste – The difference between chemical and mechanical recycling”

GO CIRCULAR
FEATURING:
Jörg Hamann

Head of Technology

EPC Engineering & Technologies GmbH

Jörg Hamann, Head of Technology at EPC Engineering & Technologies GmbH is talking about the differences between chemical and mechanical recycling and explains why, while both have a reason to exist, a third method is still needed to close the loop.

Karol Kerrane, Business Development Director at EPC Engineering & Technologies GmbH will share more details about the CreaSolv® EPS Recycling Technology at Go Circular virtual summit on 10 - 11 March.

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