The Edge Premieres Tonight featuring our Adrian Griffiths and Iceland’s Richard walker

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The Edge: The Future of Packaging With plastic in the spotlight, CNBC’s Julianna Tatelbaum explores the lifecycle of this material, the technologies striving to keep it in our economy and the innovations aiming to disrupt the packaging industry. The program features Recycling Technologies’ CEO Adrian Griffiths and Iceland’s Richard Walker. Watch the promo above and tune in to watch it tonight …

Tesco Trials in the News: Julie Skentelbery interviews Adrian Haworth on BBC Radio Cornwall

BBC Radio Cornwall News Centre

Cornwall’s shoppers see first-hand marine litter from plastics & are actively mitigating this, re-using & reducing waste where possible. This morning we spoke with BBC Radio Cornwall about how we’re helping shoppers to recycle previously “unrecyclable” plastic packaging at Tesco stores. Recycling has an essential role in making plastics sustainable for everyone & there is now an urgent need for improved on-the-go & at home recycling. …

Tesco Trials in the News: Mark Cummings interviews Adrian Haworth on BBC Radio Gloucestershire

BBC Radio News Centre

Mark Cummings interviewed Adrian Haworth this morning about the recent announcement about Tesco using Recycling Technologies to get rid of non-recyclable plastics. Adrian Haworth talks about the technology that Recycling Technologies has developed, which is able to take those plastics which are currently hard to recycle mechanically, and turn them back into the oil from which they came. The trial …

Emma Britton interviews Adrian Haworth on BBC Radio Bristol about Tesco using Recycling Technologies to get rid of non-recyclable plastics.

BBC Radio Bristol News Centre

Emma Britton interviews Adrian Haworth this morning about the recent announcement about Tesco using Recycling Technologies to get rid of non-recyclable plastics. Adrian Haworth talks about how the company is working with Tescos on a pilot programme with collection points at 10 local Tesco’s stores, where Swindon and Bristol communities can deposit plastics such as crisp packets, soft films, black …

James Thomas interviews Adrian Haworth on BBC Radio Wiltshire about Tesco using Recycling Technologies to get rid of non-recyclable plastics.

BBC Radio Wiltshire News Centre

James Thomas interviews Adrian Haworth this morning about the recent announcement about Tesco using Recycling Technologies to get rid of non-recyclable plastics. Adrian Haworth talks about how the company is working with Tescos for a pilot programme with collection points at 10 local Tesco’s stores, where the Swindon community can deposit plastics such as crisp packets, films, black and laminated …

Tesco recycling trial with Recycling Technolgies makes national news

The Daily Mail, Evening Standard, The Independent News Centre

The press release about a trial being carried out by Tesco stores in the Bristol and Swindon area, which will enable customers to deposit ‘soft plastics’ for processing and recycling with our RT7000 recycling technology has made national news headlines in a number of publications online and in print. “Customers will be able to return to trial stores everything from …

Adrian Griffiths featured in Maserati 100 innovation entrepreneurs 2019 list

The Times News Centre

Recycling Technologies’ CEO & Founder Adrian Griffiths joins the 2019 Maserati 100 list of UK innovative entrepreneurs, hand-picked by The Sunday Times and its readers. Adrian started Recycling Technologies in 2011 to change the story of plastic. He is at the helm of a Company that has developed a machine to recycle plastics back into oil. It creates value from …

Chemical Recycling Makes Waste Plastic A Resource

Chemical Engineering Online News Centre

“With an eye toward a circular economy, technology developers are advancing a host of new approaches to chemical recycling of post-use commodity plastics” “One approach to addressing the problems associated with recycling mixed-stream plastics is to break down the plastics via thermochemical means, such as pyrolysis (thermal decomposition in the absence of oxygen), then separate them into fractions, similar to …