Real-world test for latest plastics-to-oil technologies

Materials Recycling World News Centre

“Led by Recycling Technologies (RT), Project Lodestar is one of seven Pioneer Projects initiated and run by participant organisations of the ‘New Plastics Econ­omy’ initiative run by the Ellen MacAr­thur Foundation (EMF).” Our pioneer project, Project Lodestar, continues to make news headlines in the waste and recycling sectors with the recent publication of the Project Lodestar case study. “Project Lodestar …

Ian King interviews Adrian Griffiths on Sky News for Ian King Live

Sky News News Centre

Today, Adrian Griffiths was interviewed by Ian King on Sky News. He talked about our plan to recycling 10 million tonnes of waste plastic in the next 8 years, as well as what the future holds for Recycling Technologies as it continues its development of the Beta Plant in Swindon and finalises designs of the first commercial-scale RT7000 recycling machine …

CLIX. Finalist in the Future of Energy category.

14–17 January, Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre Events, News Centre

We are excited to participate in CLIX 2019, the Climate Innovations Exchange, launched in 2018 in support of the UAE’s Ministry of Climate Change and Environment strategy to enable the sourcing and funding of climate change solutions and technologies. CLIX organisers searched the globe for the breakthrough innovations in sustainability and the future of energy, space, food and agriculture. As …

Swindon may host plastics-to-oil recycling plant

Materials Recycling World News Centre

“Swindon Borough Council is set to send its plastics waste to a new Recycling Technologies plant if negotiations prove successful. “If the deal goes ahead, Recycling Technologies would work with Public Power Solutions, a wholly owned council company.” Read the full article on Materials Recycling World

Swindon eyes up ground-breaking facility that recycles ‘all plastic’

Edie.net News Centre

“Swindon Borough Council has today (7 January) announced that it is working on plans to deliver an advanced recycling facility for practically all plastics, including crisp packets and plastic film. “The proposed facility would employ a feedstock recycling machine provided by specialists Recycling Technology, which can convert plastic waste back into oil, from which new plastics can be made. “In …

World-leading ‘all plastic’ recycling could be coming to Swindon

This Is Wiltshire News Centre

“The first advanced recycling plant in England that can handle nearly all plastics could be in Swindon. “Recycling Technologies in South Marston is in discussions with Swindon Borough Council and its fuel-from-waste company Public Power Solutions about building the new plant in the borough.” Read the full article on This Is Wiltshire

Ben Prater interviews Adrian Griffiths on BBC Radio Wiltshire about the recent plans to build the first aPRF in England

BBC Radio Wiltshire News Centre

Ben Prater interviewed Adrian Griffiths this morning about the recent announcement from Swindon Borough Council and their plan to build the first Advanced Plastics Recycling Facility (aPRF) in England, with Recycling Technologies’ innovative new machine, the RT7000, playing a central role in enabling this type of facility. Adrian Griffiths talks about how far the company has come in developing the …

Recycling Technologies appoints Paul Turner as non-executive director

Recycling Today News Centre

“Paul Turner, an experienced senior executive in the petrochemical industry, joins the company’s board of directors.” Recycling Technologies Ltd., Swindon, U.K., appointed Paul Turner to its board of directors. Turner, managing director of Marcian Ltd., a privately owned advisory company to leaders in the plastics and chemical sector, joins as a non-executive board director, effective immediately. Read the full article …

£1m Loan for Recycling Technologies Agreed In Principle

SWLEP News Centre

“Recycling Technologies to be granted £1 million loan by Swindon and Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership to accelerate delivery of plastics recycling machines “Swindon and Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership (SWLEP) has agreed in principle to grant a Growing Places Infrastructure Fund loan that will help Recycling Technologies speed up the production of its RT7000 machines as well as stimulate innovation, growth …

Project Lodestar models a pathway to recycle ‘all plastic’ waste

British Plastics and Rubber News Centre

“Recycling Technologies, on behalf of the project’s partners, has announced the publication of the results of Project Lodestar, a significant piece of research into future recycling models. “The research shows the potential for waste site operators to recycle ‘all plastics’ by combining state-of-the-art mechanical and feedstock recycling in an advanced Plastics Reprocessing Facility (aPRF). “Lodestar is a Pioneer Project initiated …