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The reflective film packaging recycling project has made good progress

headquartered in Cheshire, England 21. Axion consulting, which tests automatic parking at fixed time, automatic parking at fixed deformation and automatic parking at fixed load, recently announced that great progress has been made in the recycling of flexible packaging. Many well-known enterprises, including Dow Chemical, Amcor, Interflex group, Sita, tomrasorting, Nestle and Unilever, participated in the project and made significant contributions to the successful progress of the reflective film recycling project

Amcor, a packaging manufacturer, is one of the members of the reflective film recycling project. The company's main research focus is to find and evaluate alternative multilayer film products that are difficult to recycle before, so that new alternative products can meet the standard of 'easy recycling' and provide higher quality products to the candy packaging and washing packaging industry

Mr. richardmckinlay, project engineer of Axion, delivered a speech after the plastic recycling Expo (pre), "At present, we have made significant progress in the reflective film recycling project. For example, we have adopted the polymerization that is not easy to be compatible in the packaging structure, especially those steel parts (including springs) exposed outside the fuselage, which have produced unexpected damage phenomena. Through advanced technology, we add recyclable polymer materials to re combine and develop new recyclable products."

his speech made a relevant introduction on how to design flexible packaging film, which caused a sensation in Europe and the world. Many international famous enterprises and some packaging suppliers have shown great interest in this

richard MC kinlay said: in addition, we have made significant achievements in NIR technology, which is used to detect and separate mixed polyolefin materials (PP and PE), which are commonly used in candy wrapping paper, bread packaging bags and crisp sugar packaging. The improvement of NIR technology will improve the separation rate of materials after flexible packaging recycling. Previously, we usually obtained this polyolefin packaging from landfills, but now due to technological improvements, we can extract and separate useful materials from recyclable polymers. NIR technology can also play a greater role in identifying materials that cannot meet the conditions in degradable recycled polymers. In the future, we will also continue to explore this aspect, so that the automatic sorting technology tends to mature

the purpose of establishing the reflective film project to ensure the and good operation of the impact testing machine is to create the benefits of flexible packaging of circular economy in the process of polymer production, production, packaging waste management and recycling

flexible packaging products, including plastic bag packaging, candy packaging, frozen food packaging and self-supporting bags, account for nearly one-third (32%) of the plastic packaging field in the UK. However, 414000 tons of plastic bags produced every year have not been well utilized and developed. Relatively speaking, the recovery rate of plastic bottles is about 58%

at present, the project will further study how to process flexible packaging into high-quality recycled plastic particles to increase its utilization value. It is predicted that it will take at least ten years for the recovery rate of flexible packaging to reach more than 50%

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