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Polyolefin decontamination process makes final

A multi-participant project that sought to find a viable solution to decontaminate food-grade post-consumer polyolefin films has been selected as a finalist in the Alliance Prize in Circular Solutions for Flexibles. Selected from more than 600 registrants, Nextek’s COtooCLEAN project is based on supercritical carbon dioxide to decontaminate plastics films back to food-grade quality, and…

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