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The recycling startup has built a machine that vaporizes all types of plastics and petroleum-based products like carpeting through thermal cracking into a product it calls Plaxx. Plaxx is actually a catch-all name for a number of different products, ranging from Plaxx-8, a feedstock for producing new plastics, to Plaxx-30, for heavy fuel oil.
Latest plastics recycling technology on show More than 80 companies and organisations will be showcasing the latest advances in plastics recycling in the Plastics Recycling Show Europe, taking place at the RAI Amsterdam on 29-30 March 2017.
Advances in plastics recycling equipment and chemistry – and a couple of recycled content products – took the spotlight at the second-annual Plastics Recycling Showcase. Organized by the Association of Plastic Recyclers (APR), the showcase was held in conjunction with the Plastics Recycling 2017 conference in New Orleans.
Plastics Recycling Update Plastics recycling technology roundup: Sept. 8, 2017 - Plastics Recycling Update Achievements in flexible film packaging recycling are announced, and a new modifier for polyamides is released.
Recycling Technologies breaks the hydrocarbons in plastic down to produce different kinds of oil products. ... New Recycling Tech Could Turn Mountains Of Plastic Into Profitable Oil Business. Fri, ... His team designed a machine about the size of a tennis court that acts as a refinery and uses a process similar to thermal cracking.
Fortunately, over time, a steady drumbeat of new technologies has helped streamline the recycling process and increase efficiency … so even more plastics can live on in new products. Here are six innovative technologies that could boost plastics recycling in the future … and help us continue the recycling momentum. 1. Quick learner
A new online marketplace called Bazar sells products made with the machines, in an attempt to help more people begin to make a living by recycling plastic.. While Hakkens says that the team is ...
CreaSolv® Process technology has been adapted from a method used to separate brominated flame retardants from waste electrical and electronic equipment polymers. During the process, the plastic is recovered from the sachet, and the plastic then used to create new sachets for Unilever products - creating a full circular economy approach.