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Just how real is sustainability on the shelf?

EPPM Editor Rose Brooke’s blog on green consumerism asks if sustainability on the shelf is something we are seeing more of, do the brands making green promises do enough for their customers? more

20 Apr 2018 10:56 editor's blog

Nestlé has announced its ambition to make 100 per cent of its packaging recyclable or re-usable by 2025. more

industry

England is introducing a deposit scheme for plastic drinks bottles and other packaging, a move Environment Secretary Michael Gove says will "take action on plastic bottles to help clean up our ocean". more

industry

Europe, Canada and South Africa are making strong progress in household packaging collection and recycling but wide disparities remain a block to reaching a circular economy. more

industry

PET Recycling team has cut carbon emissions by 10 per cent improving carbon footprint of rPET. more

industry

Today, unrecyclable plastics face a fork in the road in the waste stream: incineration or landfill. EPPM Editor Rose Brooke explores whether a sustainability case can be made for either. more

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Petcore Europe has launched its new Plastic Aerosol Recycling Special Industry Group (SiG). more

industry

The BP Energy Outlook for 2018 predicts that rising awareness on a global scale of the recyclability of plastic products and the consequences of plastics leaking into the natural environment will impact worldwide oil demand. more

industry

Luxus, based in the East of England, has demonstrated its analytic tool for near-infrared separation. more

industry

Montello, based in Bergamo, has received forty separation machines from Norway's TOMRA. more

machinery

RPC Bramlage has manufactured the latest Ecosolution high viscosity pump for the Vega AirFree bottle. more

materials

Herbold, based near Heidelberg, has opened a film recycling plant in the East Rand in South Africa. more

industry

Out of sight, out of mind no more: An open letter to the plastics industry

Naturalist and author Sarah Roberts believes the plastics industry can put pressure on brand-owners to help consumers close the plastics circular economy loop, as the ocean plastic crisis reaches boiling point in the media. more

12 Feb 2018 11:20 guest blogs

A R&D&i project, Life EPS‐SURE, to turn used polystyrene fish containers into new food contact packaging has launched its website. more

industry

Recycling specialist RIGK is looking to its anniversary of 25 years spearheading plastic collection and recycling in Germany. more

industry

LyondellBasell has joined forces with waste and water management giant SUEZ to help achieve a plastics circular economy together as a recycling power duo. more

industry

BUNTING

Paul Fears

Cover star for EPPM's January/February 2018 issue, Bunting Europe explains the argument for separation you won't hear in the mainstream media. more

industry

Austrian recycling experts Starlinger have installed new recoSTAR lines in Houston. more

machinery

Circular economy practices are being adopted by big brands leading the way for other brand-owners, retailers and plastics processors to make the consumables market more sustainable. more

industry

The global plastic waste crisis might be best tackled by social scientists, according to one expert, as the problem is strongly linked to global inequalities. more

industry

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