Royal Dutch Shell plc plans to use pyrolysis liquid made from plastic waste to make chemical products.
With currently just 12% of the materials used for clothing being recycled globally, textile recycling has some very considerable ground to make up.
California-based Ship & Shore Environmental, Inc. (S&SE), a multinational environmental pollution abatement and energy solutions firm specialised in energy-efficient clean air solutions, has been steadily expanding its overseas presence over the past two years.
Following independent testing according to the methodology established RecyClass, the cross industry initiative to advance plastic packaging recyclability in Europe, Leonhard Kurz’s InLine Foiling’ decoration technology has been determined to be compatible with the HDPE-container recycling stream.
Within the scope of the arburgGREENworld programme, German injection moulding machine manufacturer Arburg collaborating on a number of projects to develop technology aimed at creating a closed-loop economy.
Israel-based compostable packaging producer Tipa is looking to grow its presence in what it describes as the ‘booming Italian compostable materials market’.
Georgia-based Danimer Scientific and private label manufacturer Eagle Beverage Products, located in Washington, have announced plans to produce biodegradable drinking straws made from Danimer’s Nodax PHA for the quick service restaurant industry.
As carmakers’ interest in more sustainable solutions grows, attention is also increasingly being directed at the cars’ interiors.
The Persil 4in1 DIscs cardboard-plastic packaging developed jointly by Henkel and Greiner Packaging has been recognised with a special distinction at the World Packaging Organisation’s Green Packaging Award 2020.
Leading packaging producer CEDAP, Compagnie Européenne Des Applications Plastiques, has become the newest member of Styrenics Circular Solutions (SCS), the value chain initiative to increase the circularity of styrenic polymers.
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