A recycling facility for polypropylene waste is being planned in the port of Antwerp: the US firm PureCycle Technologies is set to build its first European PP recycling plant using a solvent-based purification technology in the port’s NextGen district. The site will have an annual design capacity of 59,000 tonnes. According to PureCycle, the facility will be able to support up to four processing lines allowing for expansion to a total annual capacity of 240,000 tonnes in the future....
Belgian site selected for PureCycle's planned PP recycling plant
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