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New Data on Advanced Recycling Emissions

I’ve written about the promise of advanced recycling a lot on this blog. These technologies take a raw material – in this case, used plastics with their inherent hydrocarbon/energy value – and create valuable new materials that can be turned into new plastics, chemicals, lubricants, waxes, coatings and transportation fuels, and more. That helps keep…

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New Study Measures the Potential for Additional Recovery of Recyclable Materials in the Northeast

The American Chemistry Council (ACC), in partnership with Titus MRF Services, launched a secondary sorting study to measure the potential for additional capture of recyclable materials otherwise destined for landfill. This study is projected to wrap up in early 2021 and will provide real-world data to help guide recycling infrastructure decisions. The Northeast Secondary Sortation…

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