BP invests £19.5m in innovative pilot plant for ‘unrecyclable’ plastics

BP’s Petrochemicals arm has unveiled plans for a multi-million dollar investment in an innovative recycling technology designed to create a second life for “previously unrecyclable” packaging. 

Elsewhere, Tesco has this year inked a deal with Swindon-based recycling firm Recycling Technologies to trial an innovative system that converts soft plastics back into oil, while Nestle and Procter and Gamble (P&G) have made considerable investments into US-based recycling innovation firm PureCycle, which purports to restore recycled plastic streams to ‘near-virgin’ quality.

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