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A NEW PLAYER IN FIGHT AGAINST PLASTIC POLLUTION

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A recently launched European-funded research project aims to revolutionise the recycling of difficult-to-recycle polypropylene products, delivering a sustainable plastic economy not reliant on fossil fuels with environmental benefits of lower CO2 emissions.  [read more]

POLYPROPYLENE - A QUICK GUIDE

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Polypropylene (PP), chemical formula (C3H6) n is an oil-derived polymer and is the world’s second most widely used commodity polymer (after polyethylene), accounting for 13% of total usage by value and 23% by volume.  [read more]

 

THE FIGHT AGAINST PLASTIC POLLUTION HAS BEGUN

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The issue of plastic pollution is at the forefront of everybody’s minds and is high on the global agenda.  Plastic has been become an integral part of our lives and is used for a multitude of applications, including; packaging, toys, furnishings and fabrics.  [read more]

CARPET WASTE – FEEDSTOCK FOR POLYPROPYLENE PRODUCTION

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The ISOPREP project builds on the achievements of an Innovate UK project entitled ‘High Performance Polymers (HiPerPol),’ which developed a method for solvent based recycling of end-of-life polypropylene (PP) into virgin quality.  [read more]

 

ISOPREP JOINED PLASTICS CIRCULARITY MULTIPLIER

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Twenty one innovation projects related to recycling with ISOPREP among them, joined forces in 2019 to boost European Union efforts towards a circular economy for plastics.  [read more]

 

A NOVEL APPROACH TOWARDS THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY OF PLASTICS 

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Strong, lightweight, versatile, low cost and moldable, plastics have become an integral part of our lives. They are used in the production of thousands of different products such as packaging  [read more]

 

ISOPREP PROJECT SUCCESSFULLY PASSED THE MIDTERM REVIEW

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Representatives from the ISOPREP project consortium, including the project monitoring officer and project reviewer, met online on Thursday 30 April 2020 [read more]