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UK government excludes small retailers from plastic bag charge scheme in England
By PKBR Staff Writer
The UK government has excluded small retailers from the proposed 5p carrier bag charge, which will come into force in England in October 2015.
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Consolidated Container buys Envision Plastics and Ecoplast
By PKBR Staff Writer
Consolidated Container (CCC), an investment arm of Bain Capital in the plastic packaging sector, has acquired plastic recycling companies Envision Plastics and Ecoplast from their founders Massoud Rad and Parham Yedidsion.
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Portland committee approves ban on foam packaging
By PKBR Staff Writer
The Portland City Council has voted in a bid to ban the usage of foam packaging in stores as well as restaurants so as to cut down trash that is polluting waterways.
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Novelis commences production at new aluminum recycling center in Germany
By PKBR Staff Writer
Novelis, a subsidiary of India-based Aditya Birla Group, has cast the first production-sized ingot at its €200m aluminum recycling and casting center in Nachterstedt, Germany.
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Tri-Star to distribute recyclable beverage cup holder in UK
By PKBR Staff Writer
Food packaging supplier Tri-Star Packaging has been selected as the UK distributor of Handle-it, a new cup holder developed by packaging designer Alison Bateman.
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Amut to supply processing equipment for bottle recycling facility in US
By PKBR Staff Writer
Canada-based Amut will supply primary processing equipment for installation at CarbonLITE Recycling's new bottle recycling facility in Abilene, Texas, US, as part of a contract.
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Scotland approves new law to charge for single-use carrier bags
By PKBR Staff Writer
The Scottish parliament has approved a new law, which will allow retailers to charge for single-use carrier bags, a move to cut down plastic waste.
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Phoenix secures EFSA approval for rPET process
By PKBR Staff Writer
Recycled polyethylene terephthalate (rPET) producer Phoenix Technologies International has secured approval from the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) for its manufacturing process, which is based on extra small particle size technology.
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Huhtamaki expands FSC certification to entire operations in Europe
By PKBR Staff Writer
Packaging company Huhtamaki Molded Fiber Europe has expanded its Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Chain of Custody (CoC) certification to include its complete operations in Europe.
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Caribbean Container commissions waste recycling plant in South America
By PKBR Staff Writer
The Caribbean Container (CCI) has commissioned a $44m waste recycling plant at its facility in Farm East Bank Demerara, Guyana, South America.
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Portland committee proposes fee on plastic bag use at grocery stores
By PKBR Staff Writer
Portland’s Transportation, Sustainability and Energy Committee has voted in favor of a proposal that would require retailers to charge shoppers with 5-cent fee on every single use of plastic or paper bags at grocery stores.
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Pennine-Pack to introduce low carbon packaging scheme
By PKBR Staff Writer
Packaging compliance scheme Pennine-Pack is set to unveil new low carbon packaging service, Ethical Compliance
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Reynders joins Avery Dennison, Smurfit Kappa’s paper recycling program
By PKBR Staff Writer
Belgium-based label converter Reynders_Label Printing has signed for the new paper liner recycling program, which is initiated by Avery Dennison and operated by Smurfit Kappa.
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Dell unveils new carbon-negative packaging
By PKBR Staff Writer
Dell, a US-based multinational computer technology company, has introduced new carbon-negative packaging, which is based on sustainable AirCarbon material developed by Newlight Technologies.
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MMBC to support recycling services in British Columbia, Canada
By PKBR Staff Writer
Non-profit organization Multi-Material BC (MMBC) has officially taken the responsibility for financing and delivering recycling services for packaging and printed paper across British Columbia (BC), Canada.
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