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Neste cooperates with Remondis and Borealis

on chemical recycling and bioplastics

(FI) – The Finnish oil and chemicals concern Neste has announced new cooperations with partners from the waste management and plastics industries. The German waste company Remondis and Neste want to jointly develop and accelerate chemical... more

BIR brings communicating recycling’s role to the fore

(WW) – In laying out his objectives for his term at the head of the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), the organisation’s president Tom Bird emphasised cooperating closely with national recycling groups, but also efforts to... more

Andusia predicts Dutch tax will

lead to hikes in cost of landfill

(UK) – The British refuse-derived fuels (RDF) specialist Andusia is warning waste producers that they need to be prepared to bear some of the financial burden that will come with the inclusion of imports in the Dutch tax on incinerated... more

Solutions to surplus supply out of

reach for recovered paper market

(WW) – Two years after China’s policy changes gripped markets for secondary raw materials, the European recovered paper sector faces a structural oversupply with no clear solutions at hand. That surplus stands at 8 million tonnes,... more

Negative prices for waste

drinks cartons in Central Europe

(CZ) – Managing post-consumer beverage cartons has become a struggle for waste management companies in Central Europe, Martin Soth of Pieringer Abfall Verwertung said at the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) Autumn Roundtable... more

Hungarian mills suspend

recovered paper imports

(H) – Hungarian papermakers have stopped importing recovered paper, faced with falling demand for their own products, Jeffery D. Kimball of Loacker Hulladékhasznosító Kft. told attendees of the BIR Autumn Roundtable... more

Total to double Synova’s

PP recycling capacity

(F) – The French group Total has decided to double the production capacity of its subsidiary Synova in response to growing demand for high-performance recycled materials. Starting in 2021, Total announced, the plastics recycler is to... more

LyondellBasell builds pilot

chemical recycling plant

(I) – Plastics group LyondellBasell will build a small-scale pilot "molecular recycling" plant in Ferrara, Italy in a step towards converting difficult to recycle post-consumer plastic waste into new plastic. The facility is to... more

Chemical recycling of waste

plastics is "unavoidable"

(WW) – The development of chemical recycling technology "needs time", perhaps more than ten years until it is commercially viable, but "it is unavoidable that we will move in that direction", said Rob de Ruiter of The... more

Indaver to build demo chemical

recycling plant in Antwerp

(B) – The Belgian waste company Indaver has received a permit to build a new chemical recycling plant for waste plastics. The "Plastics2chemicals" (P2C) demo facility, to be located in Antwerp, is to process up to 15,000 tonnes... more

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