Swindon’s Recycling Technologies launches new recycling strategy

The Swindonian News Centre

“Recycling Technologies, on behalf of the project’s partners, today announces the publication of the results of Project Lodestar. This case study 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. “Lodestar is a Pioneer Project initiated and run by participant organisations of the Ellen MacArthur …

New Resources and Waste Strategy published by UK Government

GOV.UK News Centre

The UK Government has today published its new Resources and Waste Strategy, with an emphasis on encouraging investment in recycling and the wider UK economy as a whole. Adrian Griffiths, Chief Executive at Recycling Technologies said, “The Government’s new Resources and Waste strategy encourages greater reuse and recycling of materials and plastic in particular and will drive much-needed investment into …

Using obligations to drive innovation

Packaging News News Centre

“Adrian Griffiths, chief executive of Recycling Technologies, says producers need to get strategic with their packaging obligations.” An opinion piece by Adrian Griffiths has been featured by Packaging News on their website. Take a look at the link below to read this great insight and report on the importance of innovative technology in a changing environment. Read the full piece …

UK Industrial Strategy Innovators – Recycling Technologies Case Study

UK GOV News Centre

“The government’s modern Industrial Strategy is a long-term plan for boosting the productivity and earning power of people throughout the UK.” This interactive map showcases some of the many innovative, cutting-edge small businesses and organisations employing thousands of people in high-quality jobs and working day in, day out to drive innovation and growth across the UK. This is our modern …

Recycling Technologies featured in SyndicateRoom’s top 100 fastest-growing businesses of 2018

SyndicateRoom News Centre

Recycling Technologies has been featured in a report released by SyndicateRoom showcasing the top 100 Fastest-Growing Businesses in Britain of 2018 For the report, Recycling Technologies CEO and founder Adrian Griffiths was interviewed about what has made the company so successful and shares the vision of the company to change the future of plastic forever. From the report: “Recycling Technologies …

Chemical recycling heats up with plants at scale

Material Recycling World News Centre

“MRW has also been keeping a close eye on Recycling Technologies, which has now set up factory production of its RT7000 machine – which can be installed at small sites to turn any plas¬tic waste back into feedstock. The machines will go into production early in 2019.” Recycling Technologies featured in an article on Material Recycling World after the announcement …

You can help Recycling Technologies save the world

Swindon Advertiser News Centre

“A plastic recycling technology company is looking for the next round of investment to help turn the tide on plastic waste.” “Recycling Technologies, which this month officially launched its manufacturing plant in South Marston, is looking to raise £1.2m in the second round of funding through the investment platform Crowdcube.” Read the full article on Swindon Advertiser here.

Recycling The Unrecyclable

Grow News Centre

“Recycling, for most of us in the UK, has become second nature. Depending what council borough you live under, materials from tin foil to glass can be recycled at home and collected on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. “Recycling Technologies, a Swindon-based company, have developed a process to recycle the unrecyclable. Over the last six years, they have developed a …

Recycling Today, Waste Management World and many others report on Recycling Technologies’ crowdfunding campaign

Recycling Today, WMW News Centre

Following the launch of our crowdfunding campaign on Crowdcube many news sites in the waste and recycling sector have reported on the news, including many local council news sites and a few further afield. Read the article on Recycling Today here. Read the article on Waste Management World here. Read the article on Plastic News Europe here