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Polymer Recycling
White paper cites enormous potential for manufacturers to recycle more plastics
Polymer Recycling : 18 November, 2012
The recycling firm VinyLoop has released a White Paper aimed at raising awareness among manufacturers, retailers, policymakers and the public that recycling can dramatically shrink PVC’s environmental footprint and boost sustainability.
 
Plant-based plastics acclaimed at Eco-Design competition
Polymer Recycling : 15 November, 2012
The Roquette Group was distinguished with an "Eco-Design’ award for its Gaialene plant-based plastic range at the Annual Sustainable Development and Enterprise Days (JADDE) held in Lille, France in October.
 
Elastomer powder modified thermoplastics (EPMT) - rubber residues processed into high quality plastics
Polymer Recycling : 12 November, 2012
Rubber residues from vehicle tyres have always been able to be "downcycled" to floor coverings and safety crashpads. Now, for the first time, they can be processed into high-quality plastics. A new kind of environmentally-friendly material mix called EPMT makes this possible.
 
European industry meets 10-year sustainable development targets for 'unrecyclable' PVC
Polymer Recycling : 12 April, 2011
The European PVC industry has announced the final progress report of its 10 year sustainable development voluntary commitment.
 
Recycling of aeronautics components
Polymer Recycling : 04 January, 2006
The INASMET-Tecnalia research project has the principal aim to perfect a recycling technique that enables, on the one hand, the obtaining of carbon fibre from waste components and, on the other, the study and evaluation of the possibilities of its reuse as an element of reinforcement in new applications.
 
Working
Polymer Recycling : 08 November, 2004
An environmentally-friendly method of recycling tyres, which would help solve a growing waste problem across the globe, could soon be on the way thanks to some new technology supported by NESTA (the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts)
 
 
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