Reuse or recycling – or both? This topic is discussed for a variety of materials, including PET. Textiles can have a bright future within a circular economy. And various projects want to make sure that Europe becomes more self-sufficient regarding rare earth elements.
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Price excl. VAT and postage Germany 5,00 EUR International 5,00 EUR Order now Topics Source: pexels; isaac-banuelos A bright future for textile recycling?There is a great deal of potential – if certain barriers can be overcome. Source: white77; pixabay.com A major contribution on the path to carbon neutralityWtE plants intend to become carbon net negative. Source: Mumtahina Rahman; pixabay.com A responsible business opportunityRecyclers must do their duty with full responsibility. Source: pexels; greta-hoffman An alternative use for bioplastic waste and challenges for industryA true contribution to a circular economy. Source: PLASTIX Boosting confidence in recycled polyolefinsWhy the PCEP’s technical data sheet is a game-changer. 5188380fjd125gk87; pixabay.com Choosing its battles wiselyThere was a lot to discuss at this year’s Petcore conference in mid-June. Source: Kira Hoffmann; pixabay.com Circular concepts to fight biodiversity lossCircular economy can assist in recovery of degraded ecosystems. Source: fefco Complementary, not contraryThe advantages and disadvantages of reuse and recycling. Source: pexels; magda-ehlers How to square supply and demandIt is challenging for mechanical recycling to grow at a significant rate. Source: E. Zillner Less material use and lower emissionsReloop shows how beverage packaging can become more circular. Source: E. Zillner Magnesium production in Romania for Europe‘s industriesThe first domestic magnesium production in Europe. Source: Evident Scientific Making lithium-ion battery recycling more efficientXRF analysers can improve the recovery process. Source: Hebi B.; pixabay.com Recycling or reuse – or both?In the light of current EU legislation, reuse is becoming more relevant for PET. Source: Jorono; pixabay.com Recycling rates drop in over half of local authorities in EnglandA new study finds that 53% of local authorities in England have seen a drop in household waste sent for reuse, recycling or composting over the last five years. Source: EIT DysCovery Sustainable REE supply from magnet recyclingScaling up a recycling process for EoL permanent magnets. Source: E. Zillner The future of renewable energy via circular economyComplementing sun and wind with waste-to-energy.
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