Recycling Technologies Showcases Its Chemical Recycling Process at INNOVATE 2017

Seeking investment to enter growth phase Swindon, 7th November 2017 – Swindon-based Recycling Technologies has been invited by BEIS UK, as a recipient of the Energy Entrepreneurs Fund, to exhibit at INNOVATE 2017, Birmingham. Innovate 2017 is a leading UK innovation exhibition which showcases the most cutting edge advances from businesses across the country. Recycling Technologies recycles the ‘unrecyclable’ and …

Recycling Technologies Appoints New Chairman and Investor Director

Swindon, 1st February 2017 – Recycling Technologies today announced new changes to its leadership board following a recent shareholder meeting. Howard Lack joins as the new Chairman bringing leadership experience within the commercial and finance sectors. Also joining the board is Geoffrey Phillips as Investor Director. Geoffrey has extensive experience in the oil, gas and marine sectors and has previously …

Trial Partners Sought for Plaxx® Marine Fuel

Swindon, 19th January 2017 – Currently, global production of plastic surpasses 300 million metric tons per year and is forecast to double over the next 20 years. Only 10% of the waste generated is recycled with the remainder being incinerated, sent to landfill or left to pollute land and sea*. If the current trend continues the world faces an ever-increasing …

Recycling Technologies endorses plan to recycle 70% of plastic packaging globally

Recycling Technologies supports the New Plastics Economy report launched in Davos this week Swindon, 17th January 2017 – Recycling Technologies is pleased to announce today its support for a new action plan, laid out in a new report, The New Plastics Economy: Catalysing Action, which was launched by the World Economic Forum and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation at Davos. The …

Recycling Technologies Appoints New Non-Executive Director

SWINDON, 23rd NOVEMBER 2016 – Recycling Technologies today announced that Paul Hodges, a trusted adviser to major global chemical companies and the investment community, has joined the Recycling Technologies Board as a Non-Executive Director. Paul has worked in the chemical industry for 30 years having initially spent 17 years as a senior executive with one of the world’s leading companies, …

Recycling Technologies wins place at UK’s largest innovation show

Recycling Technologies has been shortlisted for the CIWM’s Open Sky Award for Demonstrating Project Innovation SWINDON, 11 OCTOBER 2016 – Swindon-based Recycling Technologies has been selected to exhibit at a leading UK innovation exhibition showcasing the most cutting edge innovations from businesses from across the country. Recycling Technologies is one of 100 companies nationwide to be selected to showcase its …

Recycling Technologies shortlisted for CIWM Innovation Award

Recycling Technologies has been shortlisted for the CIWM’s Open Sky Award for Demonstrating Project Innovation SWINDON, 11 OCTOBER – Recycling Technologies has been shortlisted for an innovation award in the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) Sustainability and Resource Awards. The CIWM Awards are the most prestigious in the industry and are judged as respected experts in the sector. The awards …

Recycling Technologies selected to participate accelerator programme for entrepreneurs

Unreasonable Impact is the first social and environmentally focused accelerator programme that boosts entrepreneurs across multiple geographies GLOUCESTER, SEPTEMBER 30, 2016 – Unreasonable Impact, the first international network of accelerators focused on scaling up entrepreneurial solutions to pressing societal and environmental problems while tackling global unemployment, has selected Recycling Technologies as a leading UK-based participant. Recycling Technologies was selected among …

A circular solution to managing plastic waste

By Adrian Haworth, Sales and Marketing Director, Recycling Technologies SWINDON 23 SEPTEMBER 2016. Plastic has a significant role to play in achieving a sustainable future. Global production has topped 300 million metric tons per annum, a figure expected to double in the next 20 years. However, the systems for dealing with plastic waste lag significantly behind other materials, with the …