Axion Polymers has been named a finalist in the 2019 National Recycling Awards for the ‘Team of the Year – Commercial’ category.
A 500ppm limit of flame retardant decaBDEs within recycled compounds and articles that looks set to be agreed by the EU Commission soon has been welcomed by Axion Polymers.
Axion Polymers believes Brexit offers fresh opportunities for the UK and its manufacturers to secure their raw material supplies.
Axion’s latest partnership to focus on reusing and recycling the growing volume of batteries used in electric vehicles and light automotive applications.
Axion Polymers has supplied its 100% recycled polymer from end-of-life vehicles to aid a leading automotive manufacturer in demonstrating the use of sustainable components in new cars.
Axion Polymers recently hosted a visit at its Manchester recycling facilities for the Lead MEP and appointed Rapporteur for drawing up regulations on POPs.
June 20th saw S Norton & Co Ltd purchase the entire share capital of Axion Recycling Ltd from the five individual, private investors who have owned Axion since July 2006.
Keith Freegard, director of plastics recycler Axion Polymers, believes landfilling, as opposed to incineration, could be the best option for dealing with the UK’s waste plastic levels rising.
Axion Polymers is asking for of larger demand for recycled materials across the nation after China’s decision to restrict imports of waste paper and plastics.