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Faerch plant to fix ‘broken system’

Illustrating his company’s commitment to what he calls “a broken system”, the chief executive of Faerch Group hailed the opening of a new plant in the Dutch town of Duiven that will process used PET trays from household waste. The Cirrec plant has an input capacity of 60,000 tonnes. Annually, 400,000t of rigid food packaging…

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