Plastics recycling: Four 'cutting edge' facilities secure £20m UKRI funding

Michael Holder
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The four facilities are aimed at increasing UK's plastic recycling capacity
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The four facilities are aimed at increasing UK's plastic recycling capacity

Government research body announces fresh support for plastics recycling facilities alongside £65m of industry investment

Four "cutting-edge" plastics recycling plants have today secured a share of £20m in funding from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), forming part of the UK's largest ever investment in plastic chemical...

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