Versalis, a subsidiary of the Italian oil, gas and energy group Eni, has licensed technology for its planned "advanced mechanical recycling" plant at Porto Marghera, near Venice. When the recycling plant goes onstream in 2024, the facility would have a capacity of 50,000 tonnes per year of pre-sorted waste, from which it will produce recycled polymer compounds, said Versalis. The technology licensed from Forever Plast would expand the range of Versalis products made from recycled raw materials and would strengthen its leadership in Europe in the mechanical recycling of polystyrene for high value-added applications, including food packaging, said the company. The permitting process is reportedly underway....
Versalis licenses Forever Plast technology for recycling plant
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