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Visible opportunities for recycling

Recycling technology provider Polytag is set to apply both unique-every-time QR codes and UV tags to Co-op own-label PET 2-litre spring water bottles in what it calls an industry-first. The company says that the codes and tags offer the UK-based retailer ‘unprecedented visibility’ of its packaging during the recycling process. Co-op’s bottled water supplier will apply QR…

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