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Chemical Recycling 2020

About Chemical Recycling 2020 This brand-new international conference from AMI aims to bring together key players and industry experts from…

Recycling Technologies takes Plaxx to Dutch petrochemical hub

UK-based recycling technology provider Recycling Technologies is building its first European plastics recycling site at the Brightlands Chemelot Campus in…

Multi-million funding for Pyrowave’s chemical process

Plastics recycling pioneer Pyrowave is one of 14 Canadian tech companies to benefit from a total of EUR 32 million…

BASF commits to chemical recycling

Chemical giant BASF is to invest €20 million into a partnership with a Norwegian pyrolysis specialist to boost the chemical…

Chemical recycling offers major potential for plastic packaging

Issues surrounding plastic packaging waste and how we tackle it continue to dominate the headlines. Pressure is growing to find…

Dow signs up to chemical recycling

Chemical giant Dow has struck a deal with the Fuenix Ecogy Group for the supply of pyrolysis oil feedstock, made…

Legislation call for chemical recycling

Zero Waste Europe (ZWE) has called for a package of measures to ensure that the chemical recycling (CR) of plastics…

Eastman makes big strides in chemical recycling of plastics

US chemical company Eastman has developed two circular production processes. Eastman is building a facility, expected to be completed in…

Chemical recycling breakthrough from Taiwan

Taiwan textile supplier Far Eastern New Century has developed an ‘all-in-one’ chemical recycling solution for mixed polyester textiles. ‘During the…

Chemical specialist makes light of bulky waste challenge

A German chemical company is leading research into obtaining high-value recycled polyols from plastic waste such as mattresses and upholstery….

California pioneers chemical process for dirty plastics

US start-up BioCellection has developed a chemical process to recycle contaminated plastic film. The material is shredded but doesn’t have…

Share your shear stories and win a GoPro!

It’s safe to say that scrap shears are the pillars of the recycling industry. But which configurations are the future? Take part in our tech survey and get a shot at winning a cool GoPro camera!

Thousands of scrap shears are driving recycling businesses all over the world. When it comes to different types, an operator may opt for maximum tonnage or flexibility, such as a mobile set-up. An integrated baling system is also gaining popularity. Ultimately, there is no wrong or right shear; it comes down to how you’re going to use it.

Our survey is meant to map the wants and needs of today’s dynamic recycling industry. Voice your opinion here and, who knows, you may be able to capture your recycling facility in action in HD.

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