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Recycling Technology goes around the world

Global – The second edition of Recycling Technology – which will be published in October 2016 – is confidently expected to surpass the success of its predecessor.

Following the launch of Recycling Technology in October 2015, we received many emails and phone calls. Many researchers and companies told us they very much liked the magazine, notably the high standard of its excellent technological articles.

Recycling Technology enjoys a widespread global distribution. It is sent to Recycling International’s many thousands of readers worldwide and is on display at the most important recycling congresses and trade shows around the globe. Over the coming months, for example, Recycling Technology will be displayed at:

* Plastics Recycling Show Europe (22-23 March, Brussels);

* ISRI Convention & Expo (3-7 April, Las Vegas);

* 9th China Int’l Metal Recycling Conference (26-28 April, Wuhan);

* Circular Materials Conference (11-12 May, Gothenburg);

* BIR World Recycling Convention (30 May-1 June, Berlin);

* IFAT Trade Show (30 May-3 June, Munich).

So if you visit one of these events, take the opportunity to pick up your own copy of Recycling Technology and find out for yourself what everyone is talking about.

Recycling Technology, powered by Recycling International, is dedicated to new and existing technologies used in all sectors of the global recycling industries such as ferrous and non-ferrous metals, e-scrap, end-of-life vehicles, paper, plastics and tyres. Recycling Technology includes articles about state-of-the-art recycling technology, written by leading researchers and scientists from technical universities and R&D institutes around the world. In addition, it contains (paid-for) application stories from companies which develop their own recycling technologies.

You can view all the Recycling Technology 2015/16 articles on our website at: If you are interested in writing an article for Recycling Technology 2016/17, please send us a short proposal outlining the research project or application story.

For more information, call Manfred Beck (publisher/editor) on +31 26 3120 994 or email [email protected]

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