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100% fossil-free recyclable polymer - Avantium reaches key commercial milestone for its FDCA flagship plant with commitments for >50% of its output
Avantium N.V., a leading technology company in renewable chemistry, announces that it has signed a conditional offtake agreement with Resilux, an international rigid plastic packaging supplier, for the supply of PEF resin from the planned Avantium FDCA flagship plant.
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Metal recycler, EMR claims its new electrically-enabled material handler at Liverpool's Alexandra Docks will pave the way for the site to fully transition to renewable power before 2030.
A Humberside firm, Eco-Power Environmental, has agreed a deal to provide solid recovered fuel pellets to Tarmac's Tunstead cement kiln in Derbyshire.
Every year in the UK a staggering 44,000 tonnes of bicycle tyres and inner tubes are disposed of, with 99% ending up in landfills, and this is only set to increase with the growth in cycling since the coronavirus pandemic.
New figures from packaging company DS Smith have revealed the large amount of plastic waste that ends up in UK paper and cardboard recycling streams.
Battery waste is helping greenkeepers in the UK to improve the health of their turf, thanks to the launch of a new liquid fertiliser product.
The first phase of a £24 million investment programme has been completed at Padeswood cement works near Mold, Flintshire.
National homelessness charity, Emmaus, is highlighting how charity shops are often used as an alternative to landfill, reporting that one of its communities spent up to £47,000 on taking items to the tip that had been donated but were not fit to be resold.
We are thrilled to announce our partnership with the RWM Exhibition, which returns to the NEC Birmingham this September 11th and 12th.
The University of Birmingham has been awarded €4m to set up a pilot facility to reclaim rare earth metals from scrap as part of an EU-funded Horizon 2020 project. The facility will focus on recycling magnets made of neodymium, boron and iron. These are found in hard disk drives, household appliances, electric vehicles and wind turbine generators, and are increasingly important in the transition to a green, low carbon economy.