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Ireland eager to rejuvenate e-scrap and repair sector

Ireland is launching an industry-wide drive to extend the lives of repairable white goods to combat a major shortage of…

‘Recycling carbon fibre not impossible’

The UK’s National Composites Centre (NCC) is conducting ‘ground-breaking’ research to prove that composite materials can be recycled at end-of-life…

Intelligent pre-shredding thanks to BHS Rapax

BHS-Sonthofen has launched the new universal pre-shredder called ‘Rapax’. This model is described as ‘powerful, easy to maintain and versatile’…

Ambercycle has ‘elegant’ solution for synthetic fibres

Have you heard of Cycora? ‘It is the regenerated alternative to conventional polyester, made from landfill-destined textile waste’, says Shay…

Leyland sees the benefits of Reconomy

Leyland SDM, a leading decorating and do-it-yourself retail brand in central London, has appointed Reconomy to manage its waste and…

Can the Tokyo Games get a perfect recycling score?

The Olympics are now in full swing with more than 11 500 athletes competing in Tokyo to claim gold medals…

Phone recycling boost in France

Scientists at the University of Lorraine in France have set an ambitious target of collecting 10 000 used mobile phones…

TOP 100: ranking the recycling stars

There are many pioneers in the global recycling arena. This is what we need to realise in times as strange…

Sonoco invests millions in URP tech

Sonoco is investing US$ 115 million (EUR 97 million) in its state-of-the-art recycling operation in Hartsville, South Carolina to process…

Industry report: a partnership to beat battery fires?

There is no ‘magic formula’ to eliminate the risk of fires caused by lithium-ion batteries, the WEEE Forum says in…

Call the front desk for recycling

Our team typically stays at more than 50 different hotels every year. The past year has been notably quiet, of…