Plastics 1, 3, and 7 technically could be chemically recycled, as some claim, if everything is sorted up front or treated at the back end at exorbitant cost. In other words, it’s possible with an unlimited budget. But when has that ever happened?
Advanced recycling facilities generate no more emissions than an average hospital, college campus, or even auto manufacturer, according to the report.
Nexus has developed a commercial-scale process for converting waste plastics formerly bound for landfills and oceans into virgin plastic precursors and resins.
On HBO’s "Last Week Tonight," John Oliver devoted the main segment of the show to the plastics industry. Guess who got the short end of the stick?
Skittles packaged in Danimer’s Nodax PHA material, engineered to break down in industrial and backyard compost units, will soon be on US store shelves.
The number of electric vehicles is expected to grow from 10 million in 2020 to more than 100 million by 2030 worldwide. Ensuring stable access to responsibly sourced battery materials is deemed a strategic challenge.
The agreement aims to commercialize Synova’s advanced plastic waste-to-olefins technology in conjunction with Technip Energies’ steam-cracking expertise.
The partnership aims to accelerate implementation of chemical recycling facilities globally using Agilyx’s advanced pyrolysis technology to convert mixed waste plastic into circular olefins and fuels.
The Alliance to End Plastic Waste welcomes new member companies and calls for project proposals that capture economic value from plastic waste.
For nearly two decades, biodegradable plastic held promise as a material that would magically disappear in the environment. Now, it’s being banned in Australia.