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New Resin Made From Disposable Paper Coffee Cups
Consultancy and recycling manufacturer may have the answer to turning disposable coffee cups into durable resin.
Blog Published: 6/28/2016
Ensuring a Package Is Recyclable AND Useful
Generally speaking, there’s a lot of doom and gloom talk in the recycling space at the moment, mostly thanks to low oil prices, but despite that consumers remain passionate about the topic.
Blog Published: 5/4/2016
Recycling of Plastic Auto Parts Gains Attention Even As It Remains In its Relative Infancy
SPI launches automotive recycling report; separation process key to German start-up’s patented recycling technology.
Blog Published: 5/3/2016
Petoskey Plastics Launches Recycling Scorecard for Blown Film
The data are based on the level of recycled content supplied within film and bags purchased from Petoskey.
Blog Published: 4/26/2016
First PC/ABS Production from Post-Consumer Recycled Plastic Underway
MBA Polymers looks to be first in producing post-consumer PC/ABS pellets from shredded WEEE.
Blog Published: 4/26/2016
Keurig Switches to PP But Has Long Recycling Journey Ahead
After a decade of listening to complaints about the lack of recyclability of its K-Cups, Keurig, Waterbury, Vt., recently announced changes to its packaging but will they be enough for critics?
Blog Published: 4/20/2016
GM Recycles Water Bottles to Produce Chevy Equinox Part
The Detroit auto giant is recycling employees’ water bottles into noise-reducing fabric insulation that covers the Chevrolet Equinox engine.
Blog Published: 4/13/2016
Hong Kong’s Recycling Needs
Prior to the Taipei Plas factory tour that kicks off on March 22 in Taiwan, I took a trip to Hong Kong. Of course, I can’t take off my plastics packaging/recycling editor hat despite being on vacation.
Blog Published: 3/21/2016
Ways to Grow PET Packaging Recycling
Global commodities markets are placing intense price pressure on all players in the PET supply chain, as reclaimers and PRF operators suffer tight margins due to low resin pricing.
Blog Published: 3/10/2016
Plastic Recycling Start-Up Looks to Change India’s Recycling Culture
India has been referred to as the world’s trash can. Harsh for certain, but if you type in the words ‘India’ and ‘Trash,’ plenty of disturbing Google images of kids playing in trash will pop up.
Blog Published: 3/2/2016

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