Carbios, a biotech company developing and industrializing biological solutions to reinvent the life cycle of plastic and textiles, and Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited (IVL) (Bloomberg ticker IVL.TB), a global sustainable chemical producer, announce today the signing of a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to form a Joint Venture for the construction of the world’s first PET biorecycling plant in France.
New Agreement in California for Waste Recycling, JV, and Funding for Waste Recovery in India, Plus Additional Green Energy, Carbon Reduction, and Waste Management Projects: Astra Energy Inc.
Curbside recycling provides a return on investment similar to or better than environmentally friendly strategies like transitioning to electric vehicles or purchasing green power, study shows
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a primary greenhouse gas produced by different human activities.
New research finds that Canada's electrical and electronic waste (e-waste) has more than tripled in the last two decades, the equivalent of filling the CN tower 110 times and generating close to a million tons in 2020 alone.
Carbon is an essential element in the formation of living beings. The carbon energy system, which involves biomass, permitted the ancestors of humans to quit the time when they consumed raw birds and animals and join the age of carbon civilization.
The plastic in used coffee pods can be recycled to generate filament for 3D printers, reducing their environmental impact, according to an article published in the journal ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering.
INEOS has today announced a world first as it has produced ultra-thin, rigid film used for recyclable flexible packaging products made from more than 50% recycled plastic.
A technology based on natural materials converts nitrogen oxide emissions into basic materials for fertilizers. Now this technology is being tested for the first time on a large scale for thermal waste treatment.
ALUULA Composites an advanced materials technology firm is pleased to report that it is collaborating with the University of British Columbia (UBC) to develop world-first recycling applications for ALUULA’s high-performance, UHMWPE based composite materials.