The Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies (CSCT) at the University of Bath is leading a project that will allow a mixture of plastics to be recycled together.
This project is part of a £4.8 million consortium, which the university leads, and will help develop catalysts for sustainable manufacturing and a circular economy.
Certain consumer goods such as milk bottles and margarine tubs are made from different plastic, meaning that they cannot be recycled together . . .
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