Major challenges for recycling automotive plastics

Despite initiatives such as the End of Life Vehicles Directive in Europe, there is still a significant volume of automotive plastic that is not currently recycled and is destined for landfill or incineration.

Meanwhile, the direct recycling of fibre-based materials, such as textile fabrics and nonwovens, used in vehicles is insignificant and is likely to remain so.

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Posted by Geoff Fisher on 17 September 2019

 

 

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