California-based waste renewal company Brightmark and bp, an international oil company transitioning into an integrated energy company, are jointly looking at the feasibility of bringing Brightmark’s advanced recycling technology to Europe.
The companies announce plans for the construction of a 75,000 t/pa plant in the US by 2025.
Royal DSM announced in a 14 September statement that it is simplifying its operating structure and reorganising its Health, Nutrition & Bioscience activities into three, new, market-focussed business groups.
New approach to resin price forecasting leverages machine learning and AI to generate real-life scenarios
Meguri, the Japanese word for circularity, is the name chosen by Sumitomo Chemical to introduce its new range of products derived from recycled waste materials and feedstocks.
PureCycle Technologies Inc. has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Tokyo-based Mitsui & Co for the development of a facility for the production of what it calls ultra-pure recycled polypropylene (UPRP) in Japan.
"In one tire, we can process up to 143 yogurt cups and around 12.5 PET bottles with the high-tech recycling processes," Anish Taneja, CEO of Michelin's Northern Europe region.
PP recycling is currently limited, coming in a distant third behind PET and high density polyethylene, but the material is viewed as having the potential to be more widely recaptured.
Gr3n, headquartered in Switzerland, announced today that it has raised €6.3million in a Series B funding round led by Chevron Technology Ventures and joined by Standex International, among other investors.
While wind power is seen as a cornerstone of renewable energy production policies around the world, the wind turbines themselves, and especially the blades, have been comprised of components and materials that can be challenging to recycle.
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