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FIFA World Cup: Coca-Cola launches 100% recycled PET bottles to promote Qatari recycling
Qatar and Coca‑Cola Middle East have introduced 100% recycled PET bottles.
PureCycle, Orlando Magic partner to recycle plastic
The Amway Center, will adopt PureCycle’s PureZero program to recycle cups and food containers.
Milliken, PureCycle launch concentrate made with recycled PP resin
Milliken, PureCycle the fully sustainable, odorless concentrate is the first of its kind on the market.
Ineos effort results in recycled-content ABS
Germany-based Ineos Styrolution now offers two mechanically recycled-content ABS grades.
Unilever launches new Domestos bleach bottles made from 50% recycled plastic
Domestos has re-launched its core bleach range in new bottles made from 50% post-consumer recycled plastic.
PCEP increases 2025 target for post-consumer recycled polyolefin use
PCEP has updated its plan and will now aim to use 4M tonnes of recycled polyolefin annually by 2025.
Macquarie invests in PET recycler
Circularix, led by Leon Farahnik, will open the first of five facilities later this year in Pennsylvania.
Ravago acquires Aurora & Venture to strengthen its presence in the UK's post-use recycled plastics market
Ravago announces its acquisition of Aurora Manufacturing, both market leaders in recycling post-consumer waste plastics in the UK.
Heinz and Tesco collaborate on pots made from recycled soft plastics collected from stores
Heinz has joined forces with Plastic Energy, SABIC and Berry Global to produce recycled soft plastic.
PolyQuest launches PQRenew recycled bottle flake and resins
PQRenew includes 100 percent recycled-content applications and mechanical recycling technologies to reduce waste.
McDonald’s tests circular clear cups sourced from recycled and biobased materials, including used cooking oil
McDonald’s say hello to circular clear cups sourced from equal parts recycled and biobased materials.