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Beiersdorf set to use recycled

material in its packaging

(D) – Beiersdorf says that by the end of this year 90 per cent of its PET bottles sold in Europe will be made of recycled material. One key element in achieving the switch-over was the use of post-consumer plastic from source-separated... more

Prezero set to invest €30m

in packaging sorting plant

(D) – Prezero is partnering with the Bavarian waste management firm Wurzer to build a sorting facility for lightweight packaging waste from households at the latter company’s site in Eitting, Bavaria in a project valued at... more

Chemical recycler Agilyx

expands European presence

(US, CH) – The chemical recycling company Agilyx opened a new "hub" outside of Zurich, Switzerland, in mid-November. The new site would expand its physical presence in Europe and house members of its management team including... more

Indorama expands PET bottle recycling in Europe

(EU) – Thailand-based PET producer Indorama Ventures Limited (IVL) is expanding its recycling activities in Europe. The group’s subsidiary Wellman is building a new recycling plant near Verdun, France. Indorama is also expanding... more

Chemical recycling: KIT and

Audi launch pyrolysis project

(D) – The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and Audi are launching a pilot project to test the chemical recycling of automotive plastics. "Recycling automotive plastics has not yet been possible for many components. That is why... more

BASF planning to boost revenues from

the circular economy to €17bn by 2030

(D) – The chemical giant BASF wants to replace more fossil raw materials with recycled materials in the future. Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors Martin Brudermüller said that the company intends to double its sales... more

UK RCP market hectic amidst Brexit and logistics problems

(UK) – Many of the recovered paper (RCP) experts EUWID spoke to in December complained about bottlenecks in the supply chains to and from the UK. They attributed the problems primarily to the combination of the Covid-19 pandemic and the... more

Pirmasens wte plant sold

to long-time operator EEW

(D) – A final decision has been made to sell the waste-to-energy (wte) plant in Pirmasens, Germany, to its long-time operator EEW. The decision was approved by a "large majority" at a meeting of the special-purpose waste... more

The international recovered paper trade in 2021

(WW) – The outgoing year 2020 has been unusual for the international recovered paper trade in many respects – because of the Covid-19 pandemic but also due to the turbulence arising from new rules and restrictions being introduced... more

High demand pushes up prices for the ordinary grades

(F) – High demand coupled with lower supply has generated upward pressure on recovered paper prices. Prices for the ordinary grades experienced a renewed surge on the French market in December. Market players reported hikes of €10/t... more

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