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Indaver and Ineos Styrolution

team up for research project

(B) – The waste management company Indaver and styrenics manufacturer Ineos Styrolution will be partners in an EU Life project studying the chemical recycling of styrene plastic waste. The "ABSolutely Circular" research project... more

Steve Wong on prospects

for plastic recycling in 2021

(WW) – Whether the plastics recycling industry will experience a turnaround in 2021 depends on the Covid pandemic situation, the economic outlook and lastly, the oil and raw materials prices, reports Steve Wong, president of the China... more

Milliken signs on to plastic

sorting initiative HolyGrail 2.0

(B) – The textile and chemicals company Milliken is the latest company to join the "HolyGrail 2.0" digital watermarks project. The initiative backed by associations and numerous companies is working to improve plastic waste... more

Veolia brings new waste wood plant online

and launches recycling project for rotor blades

(UK, USA) – Shortly before Christmas, Veolia began operations at a new wood recycling and processing plant in Northern England. Located in Runcorn, just over 20 km from Liverpool on the banks of the River Mersey, the plant is to have a... more

Geminor wants to expand recovered paper activities

(N) – Norwegian waste and raw materials trading firm Geminor wants to step up its activities in the recovered paper market. This is a "natural next step" for the company and part of its medium and long-term strategy, according... more

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