| TrinamiX GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary of BASF, today announced it has developed a new application for its mobile Near-Infrared (NIR) Spectroscopy Solutions related to plastic sorting and recycling.
| Platina tubes can be recycled in a high-density polyethylene containers (HDPE) recycling stream, according to an analysis done by an independent laboratory.
| We all know the issues when it comes to plastic waste. Now more than ever, emphasis is being placed on handling this resource in a responsible, sustainable manner to make sure it can be reused.
| BHS customer Midwest Fiber Recycling in Normal, Illinois was looking for ways to modernize their system to match changing recycling demands while improving overall system efficiency.
| Recyclates characterisation guiding requirements have been published by Plastics Recyclers Europe.
| Ineos Styrolution has reported the final results of the research project ResolVe.
| Tyres are complex products subject to strict standards to fulfill mobility and safety requirements.
| The new e-book from the sorting specialist Steinert explains how to separate non-ferrous metals and heavy metals to the maximum.
| A new study reveals collection, design for recycling and uptake of recyclates as the main drivers.
| Clariant's latest development is a range of deep, dark colors that normally would have required the use of carbon black pigments that makes them undetectable by NIR sensors.
| The Plastics Industry Association (PLASTICS) has released results from its New End Market Opportunities (NEMO) for Film Asphalt Project in partnership with the National Center for Asphalt Technology (NCAT).
| The ever-increasing use of plastic and cardboard, as well as the growing mountains of packaging waste, have also increased the demands on recycling.
| RecyClass’ Recyclability Evaluation Protocol for PP (polypropylene) is a guidance for carrying out laboratory analysis of the various design features of rigid packaging made from PP resin.
| A recent report from IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute confirms that refinishing hardwood and resilient floors is more sustainable for the environment than replacing the flooring surfaces.