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Nestlé invests in Impact Recycling

Food and drink giant Nestlé is investing £7 million ($8.7m) into a UK-based recycling facility, which will process hard-to-recycle flexible plastics, typically used in food packaging, into pellets that can be used to make new flexible products such as postbags and refuse bags. Nestlé has agreed to provide Impact Recycling with a loan to get…

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