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Stadler helps Schroll recycle more with brand-new facility

Recycling technology specialist Stadler has completed a new recycling plant for Schroll Group in Vosges, France. The site has a…

Recovering vital metals by recycling more car batteries

‘Battery costs are falling by half every five years as the scale of manufacturing increases,’ Berenberg bank analyst Asad Farid…

Is Australian innovation the answer to complex plastics?

Australia consumes 3.4 million tonnes of plastic each year, of which only 9% is recycled. This low rate inspired technology…

Plastic vision: seeking game-changers around the world

The global plastics industry will be worth upwards of US$ 650 billion this year, according to analysts at Grand View…

Low demand hinders switch to European processing

Import restrictions on plastic scrap in South East Asia has encouraged greater recycling capacity in the EU but prevailing prices…

What will drive the automotive market in 2020?

Nearly 80 million vehicles were sold worldwide last year, according to market analysts. This is a slight dip compared to…

How to sort, how not to sort?

The market for the robotic sorting of waste is expected to grow by nearly 16.5% growth every year until 2024,…

Recovering precious metals from the urban mine

‘Approximately 350 000 mobile phones are disposed of in the US every day — that is worth US$ 200 million…

Highlights of 2019, what’s waiting in 2020?

The holiday season is at the door. Recycling International wishes all readers a merry Christmas and a very happy New…

Shredders make the world go round

In the world of scrap, the shredder is at the heart of any recycling plant. That’s why the 2020 March/April…

Can battery giants recycle half of all precious battery metals?

Swedish firm Northvolt says it plans to combine mass production of battery cells with recycling. The company, managed by former…