| At its plants in the UK, in the Netherlands, in Germany and in Austria SRS has already been using Sesotec‘s Varisort sorting systems for many years.
| The biogas industry claims that it could reduce global GHG emissions by circa 12% and help governments meet their climate change commitments.
| The European polymer demand is set to grow by 1.5%/year to 2023, according to AMI Consulting’s latest report, Polymer Demand in Europe 2019.
| Stadler was awarded the coveted recognition for its strong sustainable and social activities by the Oskar-Patzelt Foundation.
| Andritz has successfully completed the start-up of a Universal Cross-Flow Shredder Bio-QZ in the biogas plant of the Holzhof cheese factory in Bissegg, Switzerland.
| Tomra Sorting Recycling has launched a new machine, the X-TRACT X6 FINES, for the high-purity sorting of mixed non-ferrous metal fractions at Aluminum USA.
| South Australia has embraced the circular economy with a state-wide ban of single-use plastics, a commitment to renewable energy and a roster of reputable companies driving reuse.
| A consortium of internationally-based companies and organisations has secured European funding for the ISOPREP project which aims to recycle the polypropylene element found in synthetic carpet waste into a much higher quality polypropylene output that can subsequently be used in the manufacture of premium polypropylene-based products.
| New research from Kantar’s Worldpanel division, in collaboration with GfK and Europanel, reveals that only one in five (19%) consumers believe they should be taking personal responsibility for their plastic waste, while half (48%) expect manufacturers to take the lead on tackling the issue.
| The new Vanta Element XRF analyzer offers the essential features that the Vanta series is known for – speed, reliability, ruggedness, connectivity and smartphone-like ease of use – in a cost-effective model.
| The “Recycling Li-ion batteries for electric Vehicle” (ReLieVe) project, founded by Eramet, BASF and SUEZ, will receive a substantial funding of €4.7 million by EIT Raw Materials, a consortium initiated and funded by the European Union, and the three members.
| The Basel Ban Amendment prohibits the export of hazardous wastes for ‘final disposal’ from Annex VII Countries to non-Annex VII Countries.
| Based on the findings of the first two surveys, and backed up by their success and the signature of the Circular Plastics Alliance Declaration, EuPC decided to conduct the third edition of its survey on the use of recycled polymers by plastics converters in Europe in cooperation with Polymer Comply Europe Sarl. (PCE).
| Apex Hydraulics were recently requested to manufacture a number of bespoke cylinders for a business specialising in the production of recycling plant equipment. The company uses cutting edge technology to remain at the top of their sector, providing market leading recycling tools and machinery.