TOMRA Sorting Recycling has published an e-book providing advice for businesses who sort paper and cardboard for deinking and recycling. The new online publication addresses the intensifying commercial and regulatory pressures for higher recovery rates of deinked pulp and the
The editorial team of PIMI has picked up the following news item for the latest issue of macplasonline which has been published today. This is the issue number 389 of this Italian weekly media. The first half of 2018 was
URBASER, the environmental management company with 128 plants in different Spanish cities, has automated two lines at the Las Dehesas Waste Treatment Centre through the incorporation of six AUTOSORT units. The facility, which receives over half the waste sent to
A new press release from DSM is considering the cooperation with APK for recycling of multilayer packaging films. According to this press release Royal DSM, a global science-based company active in health, nutrition and sustainable living, together with APK, are leading
The Italian machine manufacturer “AMUT Group” has sent PIMI a new PR regarding their latest achievements in recycling technology. As they call it, a “Bottle to Bottle” approach. The text is self explanatory: Recycling Plant for Bottle to Bottle “With
Having a flight with a plane that less than a week ago the similar one “killed more than 66 people” from our compatriots may not have been be so wise. But the eagerness of visiting a domestic processing machine manufacturing
According to a report published by “Plastics News”: Possibly cracking open the door in its ban on plastic scrap imports, the Chinese government may allow some grades of clean material in, if they can be used directly in manufacturing, according to a Chinese industry group.
Like Boxers all Starts with Training at our GYM: Like a boxer who constantly trains very hard to beat opponents, also a technologist needs to train constantly and be ready to tolerate respectfully with the limits set by the market
Funding has been granted to a consortium from government innovations agency Innovate UK to identify new luminescent materials that can be applied invisibly to labels on plastics packaging, providing a low-cost sorting option for recyclables.