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.
Resource recovery specialist Axion say easy kerbside collections for consumers that focus on consistent quality are vital, if the UK is to boost plastics recycling rates and meet current targets.
Carpet Recycling UK’s Scheme Manager, Adnan Zeb-Khan is set to reveal the company’s ongoing challenges and secrets of its success at edie Live 2019.
The Board of Directors at S Norton & Co Ltd, one of the UK’s prominent metal recyclers, has announced the resignation of Roger Morton as MD of both S Norton and Axion Recycling.
Axion have urged the industry to plan a viable solution to recover the 100,000 tonnes of packaging material polypropylene (PP) film put on the market every year in the UK.
Carpet Recycling UK has announced that at the end of 2018, its Founder and Director Laurance Bird will retire from his involvement with the organisation.
Richard McKinlay, Axion’s Head of Circular Economy, suggests changing business models for plastic recycling could lead to a range of benefits.
Axion Polymers believes Brexit offers fresh opportunities for the UK and its manufacturers to secure their raw material supplies.
According to latest industry figures, the collection and recycling of waste PVC throughout Europe in 2017 has reached a new high of 639,648.
Although setting minimum targets for recycled content in food packaging sounds like a good idea, Richard McKinlay, of Axion, believes it could lead to less efficient use of resources.