| Terex Materials Processing (MP) has acquired the assets of ZenRobotic. The company designs and creates robots that pick, sort, and recycle waste material.
| The Advanced Recycling Conference (ARC), November 14–15, Cologne, Germany (hybrid event), covers all aspects of cutting-edge recycling techniques and recyclable building blocks, monomers, and polymers.
| Together with its partner Melchers Taiwan, Weltec Biopower is building a biogas plant in the southwest of the island state.
| As a recycling company specialising in styrene-based thermoplastics, Sysplast uses and develops pioneering technologies. For this, the company uses melt filters from Ettlinger, whose operation enables high production efficiency and consistent product quality.
| Mohinani Group, a third-generation family business group, ordered two Starlinger recoSTAR PET 165 HC iV+ PET bottle-to-bottle recycling lines for its new plants in Ghana and Nigeria.
| Grandblue Bioenvironment Co., Ltd. has successfully started up two Andritz ADuro QZ1600-BIO shredders at its mills in Jinjiang City, Fujian Province, and Xiaogan City, Hubei Province, China.
| The Colombian company Plásticos Ojara is located in the idyllic south of the city of Medellin. The company is well known in the region as one of the leading manufacturers of plastic clothes hangers.
| At K 2022 in Düsseldorf, Germany, Lindner wants to present all-in-one solutions for the efficient plastics recycling of tomorrow.
| Weibold Academy article series discusses periodically the practical developments and scientific research findings in the end-of-life tire (ELT) recycling and pyrolysis industry.
| Wastefront and Newcastle University have announced a partnership to undertake a study into the characterisation and enhancement of Wastefront’s recovered carbon black (rCB).
| Lounais-Suomen Jätehuolto (LSJH) in Paimio, Finland, has successfully started up a new Andritz pilot line for research and development work on post-consumer textile recycling.
| The new VS420E Hybrid from Edge Innovate offers significantly reduced CO2 production, reduced operating costs, reduce servicing and a higher percentage uptime for its operators.
| Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have now demonstrated how the carbon atoms in mixed waste can replace all fossil raw materials in the production of new plastic.
| Nextloopp has successfully undertaken the first full-scale packaging production trials using its unique PPristine food-grade resins.