Recycling & Scrap Reclamation
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Connecticut Joins Film Recycling Initiative
A major focus of the new partnership will be to increase voluntary participation in the recycling of plastic bags, wraps and other film packaging at supermarkets, grocery stores and other retail locations.
PP Recycling Provides New Life for Keurig K-Cups
Premium coffee maker to shift from multi-layer pods to single-layer polypropylene later this year as demand for recycled PP soars.
Bunting Magnetics Co. Appoints New Western Territory Sales Manager
Wendy Doll brings Bunting Magnetics 15 years of experience in manufacturing sales and support and familiarity with Western U.S.
Boston Matthews Adds New U.S. Sales Manager
Matthew Brown will be responsible for the machinery sales and coordination of the company’s network of sales representatives for the U.S. and Canada.
WEIMA Group Celebrates 30 Years
Europe remains the strongest individual market followed by the U.S. WEIMA America generates a quarter of the company's overall earnings.
Is Your Granulator Helping You Maximize Your Profit?
It’s easy to take a scrap granulator for granted. Many people do. But getting the most value out of your production scrap requires both a granulator design and a preventive-maintenance program that are appropriate to the way you use the granulator.
Novolex to Acquire Heritage Bag Co.
Heritage Bag Co. is Novolex’s fifth acquisition since Wind Point Partners acquired Novolex (formerly Hilex Poly) in 2012.
Are You Getting Maximum Value From Your Plastic Scrap?
If not, you’re throwing away money. The solution comes from knowing the difference between a scrap materials reprocessor and a recycler, and how to evaluate what a reprocessor can do for you.
Economics, Rise of Recycled PP Highlight Recycling Conference
Industry faces challenges, but opportunities beckon, in particular in PCR PP
Ahead of the Curve in Recycling
A pioneer in recycling milk bottles built a thriving business in plastic lumber, but blow molding with PCR has proved a longer, harder road to success.