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Published: 1/27/2016

MAS Receives FDA Approval for Food Packaging
The FDA approval confirms that its proposed secondary recycling process produces post-consumer recycling material fit for use in the manufacturing of packaging for the food industry.

Published: 1/27/2016

Nordson to Supply 16 Pelletizing Systems to New PET Plant in China
Nordson’s CrystallCut system integrates underwater pelletizing, drying, water filtration and direct crystallizing at temperatures of up to 180 °C and crystallinity up to 40%.

Published: 1/21/2016

Compounder Finds Niche in Recycling
Combining compounding and recycling in one step is helping take Buckeye Polymers to the next level.

Published: 12/17/2015

New Recycling Center Opens In Vegas
The $37 million facility is said to be the largest residential recycling center in North America.

Published: 12/17/2015

Herbold USA Installs Rooftop Solar Energy System
In the fall of 2015, the company purchased a rooftop solar energy system to provide electrical power to its 10,000 square foot facility located in North Smithfield.

Published: 12/11/2015

Erema Opens New Upcycling Facility For Recycled Materials
The company invested about 2 million Euros in its 'UpCentre' facility, which features a COREMA 1108 T for a maximum monthly production of 500 tons.

Published: 11/5/2015

U.S. Plastic Bottle Recycling Reaches 3 Billion Pounds
Single-stream collection of household recyclables continues to grow, resulting in higher participation rates.

Published: 10/26/2015

Lightweighting Technologies Highlight Automotive Composites Conference
Advances in hybrid longer-fiber thermoplastic composites, growth in additive manufacturing, and increasing adoption of renewable materials in automotive were among the topics discussed at the recent SPE event.

Published: 10/13/2015

U.S. PET Recycling Rate At 31% For 2014
Recycled PET usage in domestic markets hits all time high.

Published: 10/5/2015

First-Ever Global Report Aimed at Ridding Oceans of Plastic Waste
The Ocean Concervancy's allies include Dow Chemical, Coca-Cola, and ACC.