Hamburg-based distributor K.D. Feddersen and Aurora Kunststoffe, a manufacturer of high-quality technical recompounds based in Neuenstein, Germany, are expanding the scope of a collaboration that has been in place between the two companies since 2014.
In a legislative session full of plastics bills, Colorado wrapped up June 8 by banning plastic bags and EPS takeout containers, dropping an alternative pushed by industry, and giving cities the authority to go further.
Brightmark LLC said the facility will turn waste plastics into fuels, plastic feedstocks and waxes, and will be the largest such plant in the world. It did not provide a date for when the $680 million plant would start.
Monitoring Recyclates for Europe (MORE), the EU harmonised digital platform to monitor the uptake of recycled polymers into products, went back on line on 1 June, following its annual closure for maintenance and updates.
Technip Energies has signed an agreement with Agilyx Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Agilyx AS and pioneer in the advanced recycling of post-use plastics, under which it will market and license the integrated technologies of Agilyx depolymerisation and Technip Energies purification technology.