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HDPE bottles made from waste light packaging

Plastic waste
A new and patented recycling process from recycling service provider Interzero allows HDPE plastics from post-consumer flows to be processed in such a way that during processing the properties of the recycled materials compare favourably with those of virgin plastics.

Food

Energy saving and decarbonization in food industries: Aasted offers solutions – and insights

Collage with CO2 in the spotlight
“I think we are at a tipping point” – Aasted ApS Energy Solutions Manager Schmidt Hansen believes that companies need to be more proactive when it comes to energy efficiency and decarbonization. He emphasizes that trade fairs are crucial for networking to successfully decarbonize the industry.
decarbXpo from 28 to 30 November 2023 in Düsseldorf

Beverages

Design4Recycling: flat plastic bottle for sustainable wine enjoyment

Plastic wine bottles
If wine bottles were designed for the first time today, they would look different – the British start-up Packamama is sure of that. In an interview with K-MAG, Amelia Dales talks about the advantages of plastic, the extent to which the flat wine bottle saves CO2 and why this is particularly exciting for the wine industry.

Food

Eurostars project for fibre-based packaging concluded

Research situation
As part of the Eurostars funding programme, PulPac in Sweden and the Bio-Lutions start-up in Germany have together developed a prototype for a new dry-moulded-fibre machine that’s able to process fibres from agricultural waste. The project saw them adapting standard components that are traditionally used to make plastic products.

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Bio-based packaging using food waste

Talk situation
The SAVE FOOD project together with BAU University is set up as a student challenge on new bio-based packaging materials from food waste or food by-products. We spoke to project coordinator Zeynep Tacer Caba, Associate Professor, Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Bahcesehir University.

Food

Wireless automation

Gripper
Manufacturing increasingly requires automated solutions that intelligently network components within plants. Rotzinger is therefore now using CoreTigo's wireless IO-link technology in its new machine for packaging food. The technology is being employedfor wireless control of grippers on a rail system as they move through the plant performing tasks.

Industrial Goods

Recycling programme for engineering plastics

Plastic energy chains and bearings are deployed wherever movement is required in production. They are responsible, for instance, for keeping processes running smoothly in packaging plants. But even chains and bearings need to be disposed of at some point in time. What happens then?
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