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Plastic is fantastic but needs to be recycled

Environmental catastrophe can only be averted by upping recycling rate from one tenth to 100 per cent

20th April, 2016
Adrian Griffiths of Recycling Technologies

The landfill reduction target for 2030 is a great objective, but creating the capacity to do something better with the material currently being landfilled is the real challenge.

That's according to the chief executive officer at Recycling Technologies Ltd, Adrian Griffiths.

Recycling Technologies Ltd is focused on turning a waste stream currently either landfilled or incinerated, into a resource.

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