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Rudolf Group transforms PET waste into textile
June 2021
According to Dirk Sielemann, R&D director, Rudolf Group, recycled PET bottles, in the form of washed flakes, can be the raw material for the manufacturing of some of the textile auxiliaries.
Uhde to construct PET melt plant for Yu¨rek in Turkey
April 2021
The proposed world-scale polymer plant will produce 300 metric tons of PET (polyethylene terephthalate) per day for low-viscosity applications. The PET melt will further be processed into PET Chips and pre-oriented yarn.
Indorama Ventures to increase capacity of Nagpur plant
April 2021
The company will spend Rs 6 billion to upgrade equipment and add capacity at its Nagpur manufacturing site. The new PET resin facility at Nagpur is expected to be operational by Q2 of 2022
IVL to recycle 750,000 metric tonnes of PET by 2025
March 2021
Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited (IVL), a global sustainable chemical producer, has been awarded 'Best Regional Loan’ in the manufacturing sector for its US$300 million Blue Loan – the first of its kind granted to a plastic resin manufacturer.
Freudenberg develop process to re-use silk textiles
January 2021
Ratti re-uses silk textiles (outer fabrics/clothing) and Freudenberg uses this to produce thermal insulation made from 70 per cent re-used silk, which Ratti then markets.
Waste2Wear launches world’s 1st collection of ocean plastic fabrics
September 2019
Waste2Wear has presented the world’s first collection of recycled ocean plastic fabrics that is fully traceable using blockchain technology at the international textile fair Première Vision.
Gneuss’ innovative PET recycling process
May 2019
At this year’s ITMA, Gneuss will present its innovative PET recycling process with Gneuss’ reactor technology. The Gneuss Recycling Technology enables the pro-cessing of high-volume, industrial PET waste from fibre, nonwoven or film production, and from contaminated post-consumer bottle flakes.
Gneuss’ innovative PET recycling process at ITMA
April 2019
At this year’s ITMA, Gneuss will present its innovative PET recycling process with Gneuss’ reactor technology. The Gneuss Recycling Technology enables the processing of high-volume, industrial PET waste from fibre, nonwoven or film production, and from contaminated post-consumer bottle flakes.
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