Circular economy2021-05-13 12:08:00 LyondellBasell starts commercial production of polymers using plastic waste LyondellBasell has started making virgin-quality polymers from raw materials derived from plastic scrap at its site in Germany. read more ... Collaboration2021-05-13 10:40:00 Powerhouse Energy could expand its plastics-to-fuel-technology to Hungary and Greece Powerhouse Energy Group could extend its relationship with Hydrogen Utopia International beyond Poland to include Greece and Hungary for using the technology which is designed to convert waste plastic into a syngas and/or hydrogen. read more ...
Construction waste2021-05-12 13:31:53 Indias Ludhiana gets a construction waste plant A plant for the management of construction and demolition (C&D) waste will be set up at Dhandari Kalan. Recently, the the construction and demolition waste is being dumped on roadsides and vacant plots in the city. read more ...
packaging2021-05-12 13:22:33 DS Smith invests 100 million pounds to boost circular economy projects The packaging company DS Smith invests 100 million pounds in R&D and innovation. The new investment over five years includes the creation of a new technologies hub in the UK and new materials development. read more ... Wastewater2021-05-12 12:56:10 Circular economy products developed from industrial wastewater Industrial wastewater is facing tougher regulation, and tighter limits on nutrient discharge are being imposed to secure the quality of waterways. This increases the need for more thorough purification technologies. Meanwhile, there is a significant potential for raw materials lurking in wastewater. read more ... Recycling2021-05-12 12:43:53 Robotic manufacturer Fanuc partners with Recycleye to automate Recycling Industry Fanuc is breaking into the waste management industry by partnering with intelligent waste management start-up Recycleye. They developed Recycleye Robotics, an AI-powered robotic waste-picking system. read more ... Certification2021-05-11 11:52:38 C2 Management Joins TERRA read more ...
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