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Recycling - news on Plastech

Information from the industry concerning: Recycling

   

New Indorama’s plants in Thailand and Indonesia

New Indorama’s plants in Thailand and Indonesia Indorama Ventures to invest in new Thai recycling plant and high technology business in Thailand and Indonesia.

'Waste business' does not always mean waste, but business

'Waste business' does not always mean waste, but business One of the largest plastics recycling companies in UK, Luxus has invested half a million pounds in a new plastics processing line to deliver 8,000 tonnes of compound a year using 100 % recycled materials.

Glass packaging output picks up after tough 2009

Glass packaging output picks up after tough 2009 The glass packaging industry in Europe posted a 3.5 per cent year-on year production increase to 20.7 m tonnes in 2010 as output partially recovered from its 2009 slump.

European post-sorting PET collection in 2010

European post-sorting PET collection in 2010 Petcore and EuPR has announced that European post-sorting PET collection reached 1.45 million tonnes in 2010, an increase of 6.5% on 2009.

New plastics facility will double recycling

New plastics facility will double recycling Coca-Cola Enterprises Ltd announces a joint venture with ECO Plastics to develop a new purpose-built recycling facility in Lincolnshire.

European PVC industry meets ten year targets on sustainable development

European PVC industry meets ten year targets on sustainable development The European PVC industry released the final Progress Report on Vinyl 2010 – the ten year voluntary commitment launched in 2000 to enhance the sustainable production and use of PVC.

New PET recycling plant in France

New PET recycling plant in France APPE has invested €10m in increasing capacity at its PET recycling plant in Beaune, France, by 40%.

New design guidelines recommended for 100 % recyclability of PET

New design guidelines recommended for 100 % recyclability of PET European Bottled Water & Soft Drinks Industries drive initiative to improve recyclability of PET bottles.

Great Britain increases recycling goals

Great Britain increases recycling goals The target rate for the recycling of plastic packaging in Great Britain is supposed to increase in the next two years from the current rate of 29 percent to 32 percent. The target rate for steel will increase from 69 percent to 71 percent. The new standards are supposed to ensure that the United Kingdom reaches the goals formulated in the EU Packaging Directive.

Cooperation between Coca Cola and ECO Plastics

Cooperation between Coca Cola and ECO Plastics Coca Cola and ECO Plastics (AWS) set to double PET recycling facility to 75,000 tonnes per year.