| Chemical Recycling Europe welcomes Recycling Technologies, a United Kingdom based company as a new member. The company has developed a technology which turns hard-to-recycle plastic into an oil used as a feedstock for new plastic production.
| The European Commission has launched a €1 billion call for research and innovation projects that respond to the climate crisis and help protect Europe's unique ecosystems and biodiversity. The projects funded under this call are expected to deliver results in ten areas.
| Ineos Styrolution and Amsty announce plans to construct a joint 100 ton per day facility in Channahon, Illinois, that will utilize the Agilyx advanced recycling technology to recycle post-use polystyrene products back into virgin-equivalent styrene monomer.
| Toyo Ink has developed a new range of black plastic masterbatch for near-infrared sorting and subsequent material recovery. The new packaging masterbatch supports the recyclability of black plastic waste that is currently destined for landfill.
| BASF invests into Pyrum as part of its Chemcycling project. The investment is intended to support construction of additional production capacities for pyrolysis oil. BASF hopes pyrolysis oil will partly replace fossil feedstock and be used for demanding plastic applications.
| Mondi is launching a fully recyclable 80% paper-based packaging solution for cold meats and cheese.
| The new polystyrene material is based on 20%-30% post-consumer recycled content (PCR).
| ZenRobotics and Remeo deepen their long-lasting collaboration to build one of the world’s most advanced and fully automated materials recovery facility by the end of 2021.
| AMI Consulting has published its brand-new report on the global Chemical Recycling industry.
| A new Food Contact Module for plastics recycling processes of the EuCertPlast Certification drives further harmonisation of the plastics recycling industry.
| Goudsmit Magnetics presents a recently upgraded Eddy Current Non-Ferrous Separator.
| Toyochem Co., Ltd., a member company of the Toyo Ink Group, has developed a new pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) with a high bio-based content for use in packaging, labels and tapes.
| EPPA calls for national food agencies to review policy options and publish hygiene-guidance.
| Axens, IFPEN and JEPLAN have recently signed a joint development and commercialization agreement in order to develop, demonstrate and commercialize an innovative PET monomer recycling process for all types of waste PET-based materials, including bottles, films, trays or textile (polyester).