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Hydro is the world's largest independent manufacturer of chemical proportioning/dispensing equipment serving the janitorial, institutional, food service, commercial cleaning, industrial and automotive care markets.Chemical Proportioning Systems, Dilution Control, Volumetric Chemical Injection, and Chemical Dispensing Equipment

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The quantity of plastic recycled in the EU is staggeringly low. Just 15% of EU-collected plastic waste finds its way back into the EU plastic market. If we are to create a cleaner and more competitive Europe – one of the objectives of the upcoming EU Circular Economy Action Plan – we must make boosting plastic waste recycling rates an urgent priority in the next few years. Solutions to accelerate plastic recycling already exist. Chemical recycling is a key technology that...

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Chemistry World | July 07, 2020

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