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“Plastic Energy raises €145M to “recycle plastics that no one else can””

Plastic Energy, has raised €145M in a fresh round of funding.

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Fraunhofer CCPE publishes research programme on plastics recycling
The focus is on chemical recycling processes, industry activities and the Fraunhofer competence landscape in plastics recycling.
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Neste and Ravago plan to set up a joint venture to focus on chemical recycling of waste plastic
Neste and Ravago aim to establish a joint venture to build an industrial facility for chemical recycling in North Sea Port in Vlissingen, the Netherlands.
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Neste, Ravago to build pyrolysis-based chemical recycling unit in The Netherlands
Neste and Ravago will build a joint-venture pyrolysis based chemical recycling plant in North Sea Port in Vissingen.
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IHS Markit analysis indicates need for more chemical recycling of plastics
Circular Plastics Service findings show multibillion-dollar investments needed in mechanical and chemical recycling to enable circular plastics economy by 2050.
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Sumitomo to construct pilot chemical recycling facility in Japan
Sumitomo Chemical, has announced plans to construct a pilot facility to chemically recycle acrylic resin-polymethyl-methacrylate - at its Ehime Works site.
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SABIC now marketing chemically recycled polycarbonate
SABIC is now offering what it calls a certified circular polycarbonate (PC) resin.
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Braven Environmental to supply feedstock to Chevron Phillips Chemical
Braven Environmental, company that derives fuel from plastic, has entered into a long-term agreement with Chevron Phillips Chemical to supply its pyrolysis-derived feedstock, Braven PyChem.
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Repsol, Axens, and IFPEN develop a new process to boost circular materials production
Repsol, Axens, and IFPEN, have patented process to enhance the chemical recycling of plastic waste.
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Recycling of Expanded Polystyrene Waste – The difference between chemical and mechanical recycling
Circular economy virtual talks series. Interview with Jörg Hamann, Head of Technology at EPC Engineering & Technologies GmbH
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SABIC will produce certified circular polymers in Netherlands
The new unit will be based in Geleen, the Netherlands, and is expected to be operational in the second half of 2022.
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The Alliance to End Plastic Waste to fund chemical recycling projects
Alliance, has launched a request for proposals (RFP) for projects related to chemical recycling technologies and business models.