Dow and Mura plan pipeline of plastic recycling facilities for Europe and US

Cecilia Keating
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Dow and Mura plan pipeline of plastic recycling facilities for Europe and US

Firms behind major recycling plant on Teesside announce major expansion of partnership

Advanced plastic recycling firm Mura and leading chemicals giant Dow have announced they plan to work together to construct multiple large-scale recycling facilities in the US and Europe. Under the...

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