Sorting 2021-05-03 10:41:05 AMP Robotics launches AI-powered sortation to improve recycling AMP Robotics has introduced an AI-powered material characterization software solution that enables the recognition and classification of recyclables that flow through different recovery stages of the recycling process. read more ... Recycling 2021-05-03 09:12:10 Digital Recycling Expo starts today For the second time, eREC, the digital recycling expo and conference for circular economy and waste management, is taking place. From today, May 3 to 8, 2021, visitors can explore the virtual expo with a free ticket. read more ... Technology for advanced recycling 2021-04-30 10:06:00 Dow and Mura Technology to find advanced recycling solution for plastics Dow and Mura Technology announced a partnership to help keep plastic waste out of the environment with a technology that can recycle all forms of plastic. The recycled products are expected to be suitable for use in food-contact packaging. read more ... Grant announcement 2021-04-30 09:17:00 US Department of Energy to invest 25 million dollar in upcyling and reuse research The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) plans to invest 25 million dollar in fundamental science to lay the groundwork for technology that finds reuses for plastic waste and reduces the climate impacts of plastic production. read more ... Recycling facility 2021-04-30 09:14:00 Bingo is about to open Australia’s largest recycling facility Shortly, Bingo Industries will officially open a 100 million dollar Materials Processing Centre. It will be the largest recycling facility of its type in the world. read more ... Recycling 2021-04-29 11:39:31 Partnership for recycling of heat exchangers and metal regeneration Alfa Laval and Stena Recycling launched a business model for sustainable and environmentally efficient recycling of heat exchangers, enabling up to 100 percent metal regeneration. read more ... Plastic recycling 2021-04-28 13:21:10 Researchers found possible solutions for hard-to-recycle plastics Researchers have developed a new method to convert single-use plastic waste into ready-to-use molecules for jet fuels, diesel and lubricants. It requires 50 percent less energy than other technologies and doesn't add carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. read more ...
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