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PlasticsEurope backs call for EU recycled content target

The European Plastics Converters (EuPC) association has warned PlasticsEurope of the consequences of placing risks of structural change unilaterally on the shoulders of plastics...

It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day for the plastics...

When talking about recycling or waste management, plastics immediately come to mind as one of the industries that have an essential role to play...

‘We love sustainable plastics’: Greiner Packaging

Greiner Packaging is backing National Recycle Week in the UK with the slogan ‘We love sustainable plastics’, as the company continues on its mission...

Court in the act

Asian politicians are quietly applauding a British court that brought a successful conviction against UK waste management company Biffa Waste Services. This was for...

Shark-Infested waters – September 2021

Before I sat down to write this month’s comment, I popped my daily hayfever tablet from a convenient and ergonomic blister pack. This habitual...

Innocent on a one-way path into German deposits

Smoothie and juice brand Innocent is to join the German one-way deposit system with its bottles in October, three months ahead of the amendment...

Companies back blockchain-enabled traceability

Supply chain management firm Circulor is partnering with energy company TotalEnergies and Recycling Technologies, a chemical recycler of plastics, to develop a blockchain-enabled traceability...

Compost bill to bring benefits, claims converter

A proposed composting bill in the US could be an important pathway to reduce global warming, claims the director of public affairs for an...

Stirring up trouble – August 2021

When I was a youngster, a group of green kung-fu-kicking amphibians became such a huge hit with children that plastics figures of the characters...

The plastics packaging tax: Will we be ready?

What technical, legal and commercial challenges will businesses face in transitioning to 30 per cent recycled plastics content? Darren Dodd* reports   As if 2020 hadn’t...

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