HomeProcessesRecyclingEPS producers prove yellow bag viability

EPS producers prove yellow bag viability

German manufacturers of expanded polystyrene (EPS) packaging claim to have successfully demonstrated in a pilot project that sorting EPS out of the yellow bag, and subsequent recycling, works and makes ecological and economic sense in the process. In a joint project with light packaging sorting plants, it was possible to separate EPS from the plastics…

To continue reading,
please login or subscribe

Related content

Latest news

Bread packaging on the rise in Saudi Arabia

SABIC has joined forces with Napco and Fonte to launch bread packaging made with fully recycled post-consumer plastics in Saudi Arabia. Part of SABIC’s Trucircle...

Action platform acquires Bluebird Climate and extends into new sectors

Plastics action platform rePurpose Global has acquired Bluebird Climate, a sustainability software company that helps consumer brands assess, improve, and transparently communicate the environmental...

Issue 271: FIT FOR REPURPOSE

How industry is moving the needle on plastics tray circularity This month’s features include Injection vs compression Which process is more costly, efficient and flexible?Flexibles Developing...