Five chemical recycling plants to be built in Indonesia by UK firm

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Recycling firm Plastic Energy has reached an agreement with West Java in Indonesia to build five chemical recycling plants.
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Recycling firm Plastic Energy has reached an agreement with West Java in Indonesia to build five chemical recycling plants.  

The Governor of West Java, Ridwan Kamil, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU), following campaigns, including the United Nations Clean Seas, the Global Plastic Action Partnership and Our Ocean Conference, to reduce plastic pollution, and plastics reaching the ocean around Indonesia.  

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