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Consumer Products

Partners to advance polypropylene reuse

by Michael McCoy
March 16, 2019 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 97, ISSUE 11

 

PureCycle Technologies will work with Nestlé and the polymer additive maker Milliken to develop its technology for recycling used polypropylene into “virginlike” material. PureCycle licensed the technology from Procter & Gamble and is building a plant in Lawrence County, Ohio, that will deploy it. Milliken will provide additives that help upgrade used polypropylene, while Nestlé will help PureCycle develop new packaging materials.

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