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Published: 1/20/2017

Welcome to the New Plastics Recycling Economy
A new report provides a clear transition strategy for the plastics industry to design better packaging, increase recycling rates and introduce new models for making better use of packaging. 

Published: 1/5/2017

Plastics Technology's Most Popular Tweets of 2016
Materials, robots, K Show, resin pricing, recycling: these are the Top 10 Most Popular Tweets from Plastics Technology Magazine in 2016.

Published: 12/16/2016

SPI Rebrands as Plastics Industry Association
SPI is now PLASTICS and also has a new logo, which represents the six facets of the plastics industry supply chain.

Published: 10/24/2016

Video: Rapid’s Open-Hearted Design for New Family of Shredders
Size-reduction technology specialist Rapid Granulator introduced The Raptor Series, a new family of shredders for plastics.

Published: 10/21/2016

EREMA Recycling at Work During K
EREMA is recycling over 30 tons of plastic waste live on an INTAREMA TVEplus 1108 recycling system during the K show.

Published: 10/11/2016

Collaboration on Recycling Chewing Gum into TPEs
Teknor Apex teamed up with U.K.’s Gumdrop to divert gum waste from landfills and into TPEs.

Published: 10/6/2016

New Pilot Program Aims to Jump Start Automotive PP, TPO Recycling
The goal of the ELV Recycling Demonstration Project is to develop collection and recovery methods for PP and TPO that are technically and economically feasible.

Published: 9/29/2016

Single-Serve Package Reduces Carbon Footprint By Over 30%
The Freshpack is tailored to workplaces and reduces emissions from raw material extraction by 40% by eliminating aluminum.

Published: 9/28/2016

Army Veteran, Unifi Producing American Flags from Recycled Water Bottles
The veteran’s company creates flags using Repreve recycled fiber made from 10 recycled water bottles.

Published: 9/22/2016

City in Iraq Opens its First Recycling, Production Plant
Iraq, with a population of 34.3 million, is estimated to produce 31,000 tons of solid waste every day while the capacity to collect this waste is 4,000 tons per day.