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Nestlé and Veolia partner to tackle plastics waste

Nestlé and resource management company Veolia are to develop recycling schemes as part of a collaboration aimed at reducing plastics leakage into the environment. The...

Sustainable packaging introduced for ice cream range

Polish ice cream producer Bracia Koral has introduced ice cream jars in response to the growing demand for more sustainable plastics packaging. The PET jars...

Eni and COREPLA to turn packaging waste into hydrogen

Italian energy firm Eni has signed an agreement with the National Consortium for the Collection, Recycling and Recovery of Plastic Packaging (COREPLA) for the...

Aptar and Ecover launch PCR custom closure

Dispensing systems provider, Aptar Beauty and Home, has created a flip-top closure made of 50 per cent post-consumer recycled resin (PCR). The closure was designed...

“We are paying lip service to recycling”, claims recycling body chief

The president of the Global Recycling Foundation has accused industry of “paying lip service to recycling”, and barely making any impact in rectifying the...

Breakthrough in black plastics recycling

Recyclability concerns about black PET food trays have been addressed by Ireland’s Quinn Packaging. The company has launched Detecta by Quinn - a new...

Walki and SABIC ready circular polymers

The first packaging products made using the Walki Group’s circular polymers, which are created from recycled mixed plastics waste, will be delivered to customers...

Global brands join Loop’s recycling service

As part of their commitment to tackle plastics waste and make 100 per cent of their packaging recyclable or reusable, brands such as PepsiCo,...

Food giant joins Project STOP

Project STOP (Stop Ocean Plastics) has welcomed Nestlé as a strategic partner in the initiative aimed at preventing ocean plastics leakage in South East...

Emerging markets drive dispenser growth

The global packaging dispenser market was worth $7.59 billion in 2017, an increase of 3.5 per cent in value terms since 2013, claims research...

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