The town of Böhlen in the German state of Saxony has been selected as the location for what could be Europe's largest chemical recycling plant. As designed, the plant would have an annual capacity of 120,000 tonnes per year, the US chemicals group Dow and the British company Mura Technology announced on Wednesday. According Dow and Mura, the recycling plant to be co-located with a Dow cracker facility and is to process plastic waste that is currently incinerated or landfilled. The final investment decision is expected by the end of 2023, and the plant could be operational by 2025, according to the joint statement....
Chemical recycling: Dow and Mura name site in Germany for major plastics plant
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