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3D vision: let there be light

UK lighting brand Plumen has partnered with 3D printing specialist Batch.works to develop sustainable lampshades for its LED bulbs. The collection features five lampshades…

The countdown is on: the virtual world of eREC Is waiting for you!

From the 31st of August to the 5th of September, eREC, the online expo, and conference for the recycling industry…

Car recycling experts to meet up next year instead

Swiss event organiser ICM has decided to postpone next month’s International Automobile Recycling Congress (IARC) in Geneva to a ‘safer’…

Goodbye face masks, hello liquid fuel

India’s University of Petroleum and Energy Studies has found a new way to convert personal protection equipment (PPE) – such…

Tomra’s multi-feed system will take collection rates to new heights

Consumers can for the first time pour more than 100 empty beverage containers and bottles into a reverse vending machine…

‘Recycling more devices with less hassle’

No less than 2.2 billion phones, tablets and laptops were sold across the globe last year. With more people working…

Big oil rig scrapping job no trouble for Heerema

Dutch firm Heerema has safely removed the steel infrastructure of an end-of-life Shell oil platform, located in the North Sea….

CMC constructing new micro-mill in Arizona

Commercial Metals Company is building its third micro-mill in Arizona. It says the facility will be the first in the…

Separation and recovery breakthrough for solar cells

Researchers believe they have found a sustainable solution to the toxic lead (Pb) ions inside perovskite – calcium titanium oxide…

Korea ramps up recycling to meet demand for PV panels

Korea’s Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy is building a facility for recycling photovoltaic panels which will be operational by…

Dave the dismantler for iPhones

Apple has unveiled its latest recycling innovation — a phone dismantling robot called ‘Dave’. The system was specifically designed to…