2014.02 ACCE

Recycling - news on Plastech

Information from the industry concerning: Recycling

   

Different speeds of European recycling

Different speeds of European recycling Five countries already achieved the EU target to recycle 50% of household and similar waste by 2020.

Cellulose-based materials instead of plastics in food packaging

Cellulose-based materials instead of plastics in food packaging European Adcellpack consortium is aiming to create an alternative to the use of oil-based packaging materials in food packaging.

Weakness of PET recycling strategy in Europe

Weakness of  PET recycling strategy in Europe The PET recycling industry is threatened by persistent structural market failures across Europe, according to Plastics Recyclers Europe.

More Plastics Recycling for Europe

More Plastics Recycling for Europe Plastics recycling will continue to grow; it was confirmed during this year EuPR Annual Meeting, which took place on 21st and 22nd of November in Brussels.

Product innovation Corema

Product innovation Corema Erema's new system brings together for the first time all the benefits of recycling and compounding in a single processing step.

EREMA and its brand new product

EREMA and its brand new product EREMA's new system brings together for the first time all the benefits of recycling and compounding in a single processing step.

Recycling topics to be presented at PETnology Europe 2012 conference

Recycling topics to be presented at PETnology Europe 2012 conference Today we are pleased to inform you about PET recycling topics to be presented at our conference

The Frist Approval of 24 Accredited EuCertPlast Auditors for Europe

The Frist Approval of 24 Accredited EuCertPlast Auditors for Europe The EuCertPlast Consortium is pleased to announce the accreditation of the first 24 auditors covering 14 different countries.

Erema Discovery Days 2012

Erema Discovery Days 2012 International plastics recycling industry gathers at the opening of the Erema Customer Centre and presentation of the technical innovation COREMA.

Environmental benefits of recycled Technyl polyamide

Environmental benefits of recycled Technyl polyamide The environmental benefit of the use of recycled polyamide for automotive applications has been validated by a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) jointly led by leading engineering plastics developer Rhodia (member of the Solvay group), Valeo, one of the world’s top automotive suppliers and car-maker PSA Peugeot Citroën.