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State senators are considering imposing a minimum of 10% recycled content for all plastic beverage bottles sold in California starting in 2017.


27 April 2015
Despite posting double-digit sales growth in 2014, Kingfa Science & Technology, China’s largest plastics compounding group, saw its annual profit fall by more than a third last year. 23 April 2015
The three-year programme is backed by Innovate UK and involves Warwick, Liverpool and Leeds universities and the Centre for Process Innovation (CPI).  22 April 2015
Two years ago, the Manchester-based plastics recycler was one of the first companies in its sector to sign up to the government’s current Climate Change Agreement, administered by the Environment Agency (EA). 21 April 2015
Plastic milk bottle producer has called on the UK dairy supply chain to maintain its commitment to recycled high density polyethylene (rHDPE) during the current period of uncertainty.


  17 April 2015

The British Plastics Federation's upcoming seminar, Recycling the ‘Unrecyclable’, will take place on 2 June. 17 April 2015
The Recycling Association has hit back at claims that the role of exports and the PRN system are causing difficulties for businesses such as Closed Loop Recycling.

  15 April 2015

The National Association for PET Container Resources (Napcor) has published details of a new grading scale for the PET fraction in bales of recycled material in an effort to improve quality.
13 April 2015
A Loughborough recycler has Invested in a hot water bolier and heat exchanger to save on processing costs.  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
The organisation has looked at developing end markets for the commercial recycling of PET pots, tubs and trays as well as work to assess the viability of using machine readable inks. 24 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

Guideline document incorporates additional chapters, contributed by Recoup members and contacts. 16 March 2015
Exide Technologies is immediately closing its lead-acid battery recycling facility in Vernon, California, in the US, admitting felony violations and agreeing to pay millions of dollars to tear down the site and clean neighbouring land. 13 March 2015

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