| Building on the potential of bio-based waste to accelerate the transition to circular bioeconomy, a new EU-funded project has been launched to analyse economically and environmentally efficient models for biowaste management in a bid to unlock innovative and comprehensive bioeconomy solutions.
| The two “Letters of No Objection” of the US Food and Drug Administration FDA confirm the use of up to 100 % recycled HDPE in food contact packaging.
| Industrial shredder manufacturer Untha is continuing its global expansion with an exclusive distributor agreement with Axia, in Japan.
| Weibold Academy article series discusses periodically the practical developments and scientific research findings in the end-of-life tire (ELT) recycling and pyrolysis industry.
| Thanks to the monitoring of its containers for electronic waste with the Sensoneo solution, Asekol is able to empty only those containers that really need it.
| According to calculations by the World Bank, approximately two-thirds of household waste is still incinerated or landfilled.
| A full life cycle assessment (LCA) commissioned by the European Paper Packaging Alliance (EPPA) and carried out by independent consultant Ramboll challenges the common perception that reusable tableware has lower environmental impacts.
| The Indian recycler Srichakra Polyplast commissioned a PET bottle-to-bottle and a post-consumer polyolefin recycling line from Starlinger by mid of September.
| The Certification attest the inclusion of recycled plastics in products containing between 10% to 100% of recycled content.
| The definition of a circular economy is unclear and lacks substance, according to a team of researchers from Lancaster University Management School, Lund University and the Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden.
| Australian researchers have developed a clean and cost-effective way to upcycle used plastic, transforming it into valuable nanomaterials and high-quality fuel.
| ‘Sorting Evaluation Protocol for Plastic Packaging’ is a Standard Practice that is geared at evaluating the behaviour of a plastic product during the sorting process in Europe.
| Scientists at Solvay have developed a process that could revolutionize the future recycling of PVDC food packaging
| On September 22, 2021, Tomra Recycling officially opened its new flake sorting Test Center, where the company will develop new applications and solutions in the fields of PO and PET flake sorting while simultaneously expanding its service offering.