Medical Supplier Baling Cardboard & Plastic Packaging for Recycling 23.03.2018 12:57 CASE STUDY: HSM Waste Balers Crushing It for PAUL HARTMANN Thanks to new waste baling equipment from German manufacturer HSM, PAUL HARTMANN AG is producing marketable cardboard and polyethylene bales weighing 400 kg. read more … Waste Cardboard Bale Conveyer System Replaced by Carts on Rails 22.02.2018 15:37 VIDEO: Automated Bale Feeder from Presona Helps DS Smith in Finland Bale conveyor system supplied by Presona is simplifying operations at for packaging manufacturer DS Smith in Finland. read more … Veolia VP Estelle Brachlianoff Calls for Incentives to Boost Paper Cup Recycling 05.01.2018 15:02 UK Government Report into Coffee Cup Recycling Conundrum The use of disposable cups that are difficult to recycle and the lack of specialist reprocessing facilities in the UK results in fewer than 1 in 400 being recycled, concluded a report by the UK Parliament’s Environmental Audit Committee. read more … Reformed PRN System Could Produce Greater Funds for Recycling 19.12.2017 11:36 FPA’s Six Key Reforms Needed for Packaging Recovery Note System The Foodservice Packaging Association has suggested six key reforms the Government should make to the Packaging Recovery Note System. read more … Investment in Infrastructure Needed & Improved Measurements 19.12.2017 11:10 Cautious Welcome for Circular Economy Package Progress from Steel Industry EU steel industry representatives welcomed a balanced Circular Economy Package following the progress made during Trilogue discussions yesterday. read more … Dell, GM & Others to Keep Plastic Waste Out of the Oceans 18.12.2017 14:45 VIDEO: NextWave Consortium to Boost Recycling of Ocean Bound Plastics A consortium including Dell Inc. and General Motors has launched NextWave, an open-source initiative to scale the recycling of ocean-bound plastics into packaging and products. read more … Budget 2017 Reaction from Plastics Industry 23.11.2017 13:39 GUEST Blog: Chancellor’s Proposed Tax On Take Away Packaging Peter Atterby, managing director of plastics firm Luxus, discusses treasury plans that it to investigate how the tax system and charges on single use plastics can reduce waste. read more …
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