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CCA plans rPET processing plant in Australia

Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA) has partnered with resource management firm Veolia Australia to develop a recycled PET processing plant in Australia. CCA and Veolia have created...

McDonald’s to cut plastics use

McDonald’s is to remove or minimise its plastics packaging across Europe. The company will remove McFlurry lids in the region and introduce a new...

Heineken UK to eliminate plastics rings and shrink wrapping

Heineken UK is to remove plastics rings and shrink wrapping from its entire portfolio of beer and cider multi-pack cans and replace it with...

Tesco to remove one billion pieces of plastics

UK supermarket Tesco plans to remove one billion pieces of plastic from products for sale in its UK stores by the end of 2020....

FrieslandCampina develops recyclable cheese packaging

Dairy multinational FrieslandCampina has developed a fully recyclable and lighter version of its resealable packaging for cheese. The move will cut the company’s use...

Innovia Films develops recyclable packaging for popcorn

Innovia Films and German snack manufacturer Wildcorn have developed fully recyclable packaging for Wildcorn's organic popcorn range. The packs are made with a lamination...

Hi-Cone launches PCR ring carriers

Plastics packaging supplier Hi-Cone has developed RingCycles, a ring carrier packaging product made using more than 50 per cent post-consumer recycled resin. The development forms...

P&G to double recycled content at home

Procter & Gamble Company (P&G) is to more than double the amount of recycled plastics in its packaging for household cleaning brands in Europe...

Tomra makes bold commitment to recycle

The chief executive of Norway’s Tomra has made a commitment to enable 40 per cent of plastics packaging produced globally each year to be collected...

Eastman closes the loop with chemical recycling

Eastman has started commercial operation of a chemical recycling technology that it claims will help solve waste plastics. Eastman’s carbon renewal technology breaks down...

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