recyclate

recyclate

(riːˈsaɪkleɪt)
n
material that is recyclable
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Translations

recyclate

nwiedergewonnener Rohstoff
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On May 21-22, 2019, Siegwerk presented its newest development project as part of the recyclate initiative of Werner & Mertz at this year's international PLMA trade show, the "World of Private Label," in Amsterdam.
The performance reflected the positive impact of strong price increases for inbound waste, which were introduced in January to offset lower recyclate income and increasing costs, especially in the disposal of residues.
38), are specialty grades that enhance post-consumer recyclate (PCR), as shown by the following development activity: ExxonMobil Chemical has been offering its "Rethink Recycle" program with Vistamaxx performance polymers, targeting high-value uses.
More collection and better sorting are needed to increase recycling and incorporate more recyclate into new products.
The report states that the clean, high quality, recyclate generated from the new kerbside system generates around PS400,000 a year for the authority.
In addition, the quality of the polymer chains varies depending on the degree of degradation [21], Since the quality of the recycled plastic defines the commercial value of the plastic recyclate. The quality that can be achieved often determines whether a plastic is mechanically recycled or thermally treated [22].
For the first time in many years, recyclers had an oversupply of recyclate in 2016.
The company collects waste from aggregates, plastic recyclate, mixed recyclates, compost, wood products and fuel.
This provision limits the amount of recyclate that can be collected, as overflow of these containers means a refusal to collect.
During the process, Sabic captures the recyclate from their packaging material and converts it into new plastic bags containing 50 per cent recyclate.
The company began using recycled resin based on a customer's request to use recyclate to reduce cost, but CES has gone far beyond the common technique of simply adding a percentage of recycle or regrind to a formula.
Cabinet member Councillor Brian Phillips said: "Its prime feature is to increase the amount - and types - of recyclate taken at the kerbside.