Tomra Recycling Sorting’s Autosort sensor-based sorting technology is helping to recover high-quality, high-purity value recyclates at Farz, the first automated MRF in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Waste and pollution
Clariter, a global cleantech company, and TotalEnergies Fluids, a division of TotalEnergies, have premiered the world’s first sustainable ultra-pure solvent made from plastic waste.
KraussMaffei customer Oldroyd uses 100% sea plastics for its products. 300,000 to 400,000 of the spacers are required for one tunnel alone. For these quantities it pays off ecologically to use recycled materials.
The Alpla Group, together with its joint venture partners Ecohelp and UPT, has opened its first PET recycling plant in Romania after a construction time of nine months and investment of around 7.5 million euros.
Plastics Europe, the association of plastics manufacturers in Europe, and EuPC, the association of European Plastics Converters, announce today the launch of the Operation Clean Sweep (OCS) harmonised European certification scheme.
Berry’s new tethered closure on Coca-Cola bottles makes the closure less likely to be littered
SABIC has reaffirmed commitment to accelerating the circular carbon economy by unveiling a target of one million metric tons of Trucircle solutions by 2030.
Borealis demonstrates commitment to the highest sustainability standards with ISCC Plus certification for Ecoplast site
Stadler begins the new year ready to address the fast-growing demands of the recycling industry, which is evolving at an accelerating pace. The company’s strategic objectives for 2023 remain focused on anticipating the changing needs, developing solutions to address new requirements as they arise, consistently delivering added value for its customers.
Santa Barbara County’s Resource Center efficiently sorts both MSW and single stream using the same circuit with Tomra Autosort units to successfully reduce landfilling
The Plastics Recycling Show Europe (PRSE), the pan-European exhibition and conference dedicated to plastics recycling, expanding into two halls for the first time. Visitor registration for the free-to-attend event is now open.
Cleanikum, Vecoplan’s demonstration and test facility, enables customers to run cleaning trials with film waste and thin-walled hard plastics made of polyolefins.