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BPF urges Scottish government to handle DRS with care

The British Plastics Federation (BPF) has urged caution after the Scottish Government announced plans to implement a 20p (26 US cents) deposit return scheme...

Keg creator invests in Spain warehousing

PET keg manufacturer Lightweight Containers has invested in two new warehouses in Spain to further enhance its European presence. The warehouses are in the...

APR enhances PET Critical Guidance

The Association of Plastics Recyclers (APR) has expanded its APR Design Guide for Plastics Recyclability to include several new PET screening tests and an...

ASD plans first plant in the UK

PET recycler Advanced Sustainable Developments (ASD) is looking to place its first plant in the UK at Ellesmere Port in the North West of...

Agr launches division to help self-manufacturers

A new division has been created by Agr International that focuses on assisting PET bottle self-manufacturers to optimise their production operations. The Agr Process Performance...

Lightweight Containers adds weight to Australian operations

One-way PET keg manufacturer Lightweight Containers has opened two new warehouses and expanded its sales team in Australia to meet growing demand for its...

Pretium buys Olcott Plastics to boost beauty business

North American converter Pretium Packaging has acquired Olcott Plastics to create an entity with a broader product portfolio and national footprint. Illinois-based Olcott Plastics specialises in...

DuPont Teijin Films takes step forward with chemical recycling

DuPont Teijin Films has launched the LuxCR depolymerisation process, which upcycles post-consumer waste into BOPET films for a range of applications. The use of...

LRS has ambitious redesign project up sleeve

Lucozade Ribena Suntory is to launch an ambitious redesign project of its Ribena bottles, which will include the reduction of full printed sleeves and...

EU PET bottle collection target over-optimistic, claims analyst

The European Union's (EU) proposal to introduce a 90 per cent collection target for PET beverage bottles by 2029 is unlikely to be met...

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