2014.02 ACCE

Recycling - news on Plastech

Information from the industry concerning: Recycling

   

100% film made from post-consumer waste

100% film made from post-consumer waste Herbold Meckesheim has designed a model plant to produce a high quality film made from plastic waste only.

Sony's recycled PC available on the market

Sony's recycled PC available on the market Sony commences external sales of Sorplas, flame-retardant recycled plastic.

Weak collection of HDPE/PP bottle fractions in Europe

Weak collection of HDPE/PP bottle fractions in Europe Herbert Snell (Multiport GmbH) highlighted together with the PRE member companies the need to boost the collection of the HDPE/PP bottle fractions.

Cooperation for circular economy

Cooperation for circular economy Four EU recycling industries are committing to work together and pursue the common goal of promoting circular economy.

Higher recycling targets to drive transition to a Circular Economy

 Higher recycling targets to drive transition to a Circular Economy The European Commission aims to speed up transition towards a low carbon, energy and resource-efficient economy.

Plastics recyclers welcome EU waste review proposal

Plastics recyclers welcome EU waste review proposal The European Commission came forward with a European waste review proposal.

Plastics recycling technology at Edelweiss Days

Plastics recycling technology at Edelweiss Days About 60 representatives of plastics recycling companies participated in the "Edelweiss Days" on the KraussMaffei Berstorff premises in Hannover.

Current state of paper packaging market

Current state of paper packaging market Smithers Pira prepared the report on the future of the recycled paper packaging market.

PRE launched RecyClass

PRE launched RecyClass PRE officially launched the RecyClass tool on May 8th at the 2014 InterPack Trade Fair in Düsseldorf.

MEPs voted to reduce plastic bags use

MEPs voted to reduce plastic bags use EU countries would have to reduce the use of the most common plastic bags by at at least 80% by 2019.