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Texas Tacoil plant confirmed

Plastic Energy, Freepoint Eco-Systems and TotalEnergies (TTE) have announced a strategic partnership in the US that will see the construction of an advanced recycling...

PlasticsEurope changes with the times

The pan-European association of plastics manufacturers, PlasticsEurope, has unveiled a new visual identity and website to “reflect the fundamental changes taking place” within both...

Hyped up! – November 2021

Crossing my desk this past month was a couple of reports accusing sectors of the packaging industry of greenwashing and hype, whether it’s ‘eco-friendly’...

Demand for mixed polyolefin bale divides recyclers

Demand for mixed polyolefin bale is pushing chemical recyclers to seek out alternatives that avoid competing with the mechanical recycling chain, research by ICIS...

ExxonMobil to build advanced recycling facility

ExxonMobil plans to build its first, large-scale plastics waste advanced recycling facility in Baytown, Texas (USA), and is expected to start operations by year-end...

Dow set to supply ‘fully circular’ polymers

Dow will be ready to supply fully circular polymers to customers starting in 2022, the company said today in a press statement. Unveiling a raft...

Carbios opens French demo plant

Carbios has opened an industrial demonstration plant in France that operates with the company’s enzymatic recycling technology, C-Zyme. The plant in Clermont-Ferrand will allow the...

Nestlé and Greenback to build Mexican chemical recycling plant

Nestlé Mexico has signed an agreement with UK-based Greenback Recycling Technologies to build a chemical recycling plant capable of processing flexible plastics packaging in...

Evian Loop bottle to debut in South Korea

Water brand Evian has launched a recycled PET prototype bottle using 'advanced' recycling technology from Canada's Loop Industries. The 'transformational' technology allows no and low...

Foam drop-off programme serves Oklahoma households

Churches Caring for Creation (CC4C), a mission-based environmental organisation in Oklahoma, USA, has received a $23,000 grant from the Foodservice Packaging Institute’s Foam Recycling...

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