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Scientists in the US have called for policymakers and plastics producers to “fill the void” in current measures to deal with waste that could harm the wider environment. 23 April 2015
German sportswear firm is teaming up with an environmental group to together develop materials made from marine plastic waste that can be used in its products.

  20 April 2015

The Biobased and Biodegradable Industries Association (BBIA) is set to launch in May. It will present a first report on the potential financial and employment benefits to the UK economy of the use of compostable materials in early summer. 8 April 2015
A Loughborough recycler has Invested in a hot water bolier and heat exchanger to save on processing costs.  27 March 2015
Axion has developed a process for extracting  Perfluorosulfonic Acid (PFSA) from fuel cells. 27 March 2015
The UK plastics recycling sector is feeling financially squeezed as plastics goods suppliers switch from recycling plastics to prime polymer. PRW talks to suppliers on how they are facing this tough challenge. 27 March 2015
Melba Swintex sees recycled material as the safe and durable option for its new crowd control barriers. 27 March 2015
The plastic packaging industry and supply chain met this week with recycling minister Dan Rogerson.

  20 March 2015

Leading figures in the industry have dismissed claims by Business Waste that plastics packaging should be replaced by a mushroom-based alternative.

  20 March 2015

A conference has been held in Brussels on potentially reintroducing the European Commission’s plans for a ‘circular economy’. 9 March 2015
Speaking at the recently-held Plastics Recycling Conference in Texas, Ted Siegler said governments in developing countries around the world had too many other priorities ahead of the issue to really make a difference 26 February 2015
California’s voters, not politicians, will decide the future of the state’s plastic bag ban in a referendum on the controversial subject in November next year.
 
25 February 2015
Trade body says there are currently nearly 200 industry projects in place to tackle the problem.

  16 February 2015

An increase in the number of projects being awarded to UK manufacturers is seeing increased output ranked higher than energy management. PRW reports 30 January 2015
UK government claims that shale gas could provide the country with gas for three decades have been described as “very speculative and optimistic” by an leading energy expert.
 
19 January 2015


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