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Published: 10/6/2016

Pilot Program Aims to 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 Vet, Unifi Producing 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.

Published: 9/14/2016

The Verdict Is In: Brand Owners Want Recycled PP
The Association of Postconsumer Recyclers surveyed 21 consumer brand companies regarding the potential for PCR PP.

Published: 8/10/2016

Diesel Fuel Made from Recycled Plastic Undergoing Trials
Plaxx is the product of polymerizing mixed plastic waste into a substance consisting of hydrocarbon monomers similar to crude oil.

Published: 8/10/2016

The Minco Group Becomes SPI’s First Zero Net Waste Company
The company is projecting a revenue increase of approximately $20,000 for 2017 based on recycling efforts.

Published: 7/13/2016

Petoskey Plastics Helps With Flint Water-Bottle Recycling
Petoskey has donated recycling bags to help recover used water bottles.

Published: 7/6/2016

APR: Plastic Cans With Metal Lids Contaminate Recycling
Recycling association says new container design can lead to significant issues in the plastics recycling stream.

Published: 6/29/2016

IBM Researchers Discover a New Way to Recycle PC
IBM says it has discovered a new process to turn old smartphones into medical-grade plastic.