Ineos Styrolution, the global leader in styrenics, has today announced the availability of mechanically recycled polystyrene in EMEA. Production of the new “Styrolution PS ECO 440” is based on Tomra’s high-quality NIR sorting process delivering a polystyrene purity of more than 99.9%.
Four of the leading players in polystyrene production and recycling have initiated a Non-Disclosure Agreement to explore and optimize advanced recycling technologies for polystyrene, such as depolymerization.
Ineos Styrolution, the global leader in styrenics, reports final results of the research project ResolVe. ResolVe was granted a funding from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) to explore the recycling of polystyrene.
Styrenics Circular Solutions welcomes Greiner Packaging, one of the leading European plastic packaging manufacturers. Forms part of SCS’drive to work together all along the value chain to fulfil the unique circularity capacity of polystyrene.
Styrenics Circular Solutions welcomes Exiba as a new member. Key contributor to European thermal insulation sector joins SCS’ drive for full circularity of styrenics.
Under the umbrella of Styrenics Circular Solutions (SCS), Tomra, a recognised leader in waste collection via deposit systems and sorting, has recently completed tests revealing that polystyrene (PS) is not only made for recycling, but also made for sorting.
Ineos Styrolution, the global leader in styrenics, has announced today plans to build a world-scale ABS plant in Ningbo, China. The new production site will be adjacent to the recently acquired polystyrene plant in Ningbo.
Styrenics Circular Solutions (SCS), the joint industry initiative to increase the circularity of styrenic polymers, welcomes ELIX Polymers as a new member.
Ineos Styrolution, the global leader in styrenics, announces today an agreement with Sirap, an international leader in the production of food packaging (particularly of XPS based food containers), to develop packaging solutions based on chemically recycled polystyrene.
Ineos Styrolution announces today a collaboration with Indaver nv, a European waste management company with large-scale treatment facilities in the port of Antwerp headquartered in Belgium, driving forward chemical recycling for polystyrene in Europe.
Black plastic parts occur increasingly often in daily life and have therefore become a large challenge for recycling and separation technologies.
Milestone in the company’s efforts to reduce post-consumer styrenic waste. First production of virgin polystyrene from only depolymerised material.