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Circular styrenics mission on target

The plastics and feedstock technology leader of Styrenics Circular Solutions (SCS) has reconfirmed the initiative’s commitment to have a chemical recycling demo plant in...

The Snowdon report calls DRS a “loss-making enterprise”

The running costs of the UK government’s proposed bottle deposit return scheme (DRS) for drinks cans and bottles is a very expensive way of...

Prea and IES link up on recycling

Global polymer manufacturing consultancy, Prea, has teamed up with International Environmental Solutions (IES) to offer a raft of plastics recycling services. The partnership will focus...

Recycling award for Nestlé Pure Life

The use of recycled plastics in Nestlé Waters North America’s Pure Life water bottles has been recognised by the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries...

Evian’s in-home water machine to reduce plastics waste

Evian has developed an in-home water appliance that the company says provides consumers with Evian natural mineral water at home, and therefore reduces the...

W2T agrees lease for hydrogen development site

The development partner of hydrogen from waste plastics pioneer, PowerHouse Energy, has signed an agreement with Peel Environmental for a 124-year lease of a...

Run the rule over rPET

Runners in this month’s London Marathon will be the first to drink Lucozade Sport from 100 per cent recycled PET, after its UK-based producer...

Biffa acts to tackle marine litter at source

Waste management firm Biffa has signed a three-year partnership with UK-based charity WasteAid, which will see the business support the latter financially and offer...

INEOS Styrolution proves chemical recycling of polystyrene

Styrenics giant INEOS Styrolution has completed the first successful test runs producing virgin polystyrene from previously depolymerized material. The experiments took place at the...

Sustainable bottles for Unilever’s no-rinse hair conditioner

Unilever has chosen 100 per cent recycled and recyclable bottles for its The Good Stuff range of no-rinse hair conditioners. The premium range seeks...

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