Since it abolished the separate collection of plastics, the facility could boost its recovery rates of organics and plastics while maximizing its recycling efforts and keeping environmental impact low.
Waste and pollution
AMUT has completed the commissioning of a recycling plant for Pet Star Recycling, part of Pet Star Group, together with Pet Star Holding, a leading producer of preforms for PET bottles, in Romania.
Dow and Mura Technology to build multiple facilities in the U.S. and Europe, adding as much as 600 kilotons of aggregate advanced recycling capacity by 2030.
At K 2022 in Düsseldorf, Germany, Lindner will be presenting ground-breaking all-in-one solutions for the efficient plastics recycling of tomorrow in Hall 9, at Booth B17 & B19. Along with a wide range of product innovations, a special highlight is a new system solution to directly process post-consumer rigid plastics in an injection moulding process.
SABIC will highlight its commitment to circular, sustainable solutions designed to eliminate plastic waste at this year’s K Show.
What happens with the collected plastic waste? Low available volumes of sorted plastic waste are negatively impacting the operations of plastics recyclers across Europe creating an obstacle to achieving the EU targets.
No maintenance, no corrosion - the igus:bike sets new standards in sustainable mobility.
Tomra continues to play a key role in closing the loop on PET beverage containers but recognizes that there is more to be done.
TotalEnergies and New Hope Energy announced a commercial agreement under which New Hope Energy will build an advanced recycling plant in Texas to transform end-of-life plastic waste into a recycled feedstock that TotalEnergies will partly purchase and convert into virgin-quality polymers.
VinylPlus announced the results of the first year of its 2030 Commitment at the 10th VinylPlus Sustainability Forum (#VSF2022). Livestreamed from Brussels, #VSF2022 gathered online around 500 participants from 40 countries.
SABIC, a global leader in the chemical industry, today introduced LNP ELCRIN WF0061BiQ resin, a novel material that uses ocean-bound polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles as a feed stream for chemical upcycling into polybutylene terephthalate (PBT) resin.
At IFAT, Tomra will present its intelligent sorting technology and detail how these, combined with holistic approaches, support closing the loop on further material cycles.