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A new joint venture, aimed at establishing a PET bottle-to-bottle recycling facility in Targu Mures, Romania has been formed by three partner companies, each with a different area of expertise.
Polykemi Group, a Swedish manufacturer of plastic compounds, has developed a new simulation tool designed to help their customers understand the impact of their material choices on the climate, the company has announced.
At SK Global Chemical’s ‘Brand New Day’ event on 31 August, the company unveiled its new corporate identity and announced its ambitious goal of transforming into the world’s ‘largest eco-friendly urban oil field company based on recycling plastic waste’.
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.
Korteks, one of the world’s biggest yarn producers based in Bursa, Turkey, has started the production of recycled polyester filament yarn in its production facility using a Starlinger recycling line.
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.
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