'Ground-breaking': Viridor plans £65m plastics recycling plant powered by waste

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The Avonmouth energy recovery centre is set to be completed in 2020 |Credit: Viridor
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The Avonmouth energy recovery centre is set to be completed in 2020 |Credit: Viridor

The facility will produce over 60,000 tonnes of recovered plastics for use in new products, using electricity from neighbouring waste-to-energy plant

Viridor has today unveiled plans for a "ground-breaking" £65m plastics recycling facility near Bristol that will produce over 60,000 tonnes of recycled polymers each year, using power generated by an on-site...

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