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EuRIC highlights shortfall in disposal capacity

for "ultimate residual waste" in Europe

(EU) – European companies recycling commercial and industrial waste, e-waste and scrap cars are increasingly struggling to find treatment and disposal capacity for the final waste arising in their processes. The European Recycling... more

Cewep warns of residual waste treatment crisis

(EU) – A capacity shortfall of around 40 million tonnes will threaten the residual waste treatment market in 2035. "We will have a residual waste treatment crisis that will result in open fires, illegal shipments and dumping unless... more

AET supplying the boiler for

Solvay wood-fired power plant

(DK, D) – The Danish engineering and contracting company Aalborg Energie Technik (AET) will deliver the boiler for a waste wood-fired combined heat and power plant that Solvay is planning in Rheinberg, Germany. The boiler is to be... more

PET specialist Loop Industries

drums up $35m in fresh capital

(CDN) – The Canadian firm Loop Industries has raised about $35m (US) in a capital increase. These proceeds are to be invested in building its first industrial-scale plant for chemical recycling of waste PET. The company issued around four... more

Van Werven expands recycling capacity

in Poland and the Netherlands

(N) – The Dutch plastic recycler Van Werven officially opened a new recycling plant in Poland and a new line in the Netherlands towards the middle of June. The Polish facility has an annual treatment capacity of 30,000 tonnes and will... more

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