100% of Most Challenging Plastic Wrapping Could Be Recycled With New Technology

100% of Most Challenging Plastic Wrapping Could Be Recycled With New Technology

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On average we each consume 120 grammes of plastic wrapping on Christmas gifts most of which is of a type which almost impossible to recycle. Now researchers at the University of Warwick have devised a new technique which could process 100% of Christmas and other household plastic instead of the tiny fraction that currently actually gets processed…

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