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Chemical recycling process secures additional funds

A research consortium comprising technologists from the University of Birmingham, UK, and engineering firm Stopford has been awarded a further £300,000 ($370,000) of funding from Innovate UK to develop a novel plastics recycling technology. The technology is a chemical recycling process that utilises hot compressed water as green solvent to selectively depolymerise waste plastics into commodity compounds that can…

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