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Axens and Toray Films Europe plan PET chemical recycling plant in France

Technologies firm Axens and plastic film company Toray Films Europe have announced plans for a PET chemical recycling plant in France.

California’s attorney general to investigate whether oil companies have misled public over plastic recycling

An investigation has begun by California attorney general Rob Bonta into whether major oil companies have deceived the public over plastic products...
Bales of OCC cardboard for recycling

Recycling prices and market commentary: 13 May 2022

It was a week when the market generally took a step back and tried to work out what the next few months...

European plastic recycling capacity increased by 13% in 2020 new data shows

Plastic recycling capacity across the European Union, UK, Norway and Switzerland grew by 13% in 2020 data from Plastics Recycling Europe shows.

BP to take output from Clean Plant Energy’s Teesside waste plastic to fuel plant

Oil giant BP has signed a 10-year deal to buy the output from Clean Plant Energy's waste plastic to fuel facility in...
LDPE film

Recycling prices and market commentary: 6 May 2022

May has so far brought about price rises for certain plastics and paper grades, but are there warning signs on the horizon?

US Government admits plastic recycling rate has fallen to 5% with China ban contributing

The US Government's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has calculated that the plastic recycling rate in the country had fallen to just...

Berry Global gets RecyClass certification for the recycled content in its plastic sacks

The refuse sack business belonging to Berry Global has become the first in the UK to get RecyClass Recycled Content certification for...

Veolia and Faurecia to work together on developing more recycled automotive plastics

Waste giant Veolia and automotive plastics supplier Faurecia have signed a cooperation and research agreement to jointly develop innovative recycled automotive plastic...

Scientists discover way to recycle PET with enzymes at low temperatures

Researchers from The University of Texas at Austin have discovered a method to recycle PET using enzymes at low temperatures.
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