5 Major Challenges in Plastic Waste Recycling

Plastic waste recycling is the reprocessing of plastic waste into new and useful products. The effective performance of plastic recycling can Protect the environment, Reduce the dependence on landfillsConserve resources from plastic pollution and Reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Challenges of Plastic Waste Recycling It is well known that plastic recycling is an important part and can... Continue Reading →

Draft Gazette Notification on EPR Rules October 2021

The latest Draft Gazette notification on EPR rules by the Ministry of Environment Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) was released on 6th October 2021. The Draft has brought in new/changes in the following specific areas: Applicability of the EPR RulesRegistration proceduresTargetsObligations w.r.t plastic packagingReuseRecycleUse of Recycled ContentEnd of Life DisposalPlastic Credits TradingFiling of Annual ReturnsEnvironmental... Continue Reading →

Recykal and HUL in Arunachal Pradesh

Recykal’s recent partnership with Unilever in Arunachal Pradesh has reached a new scale with the collective project being shortlisted for the Prime Ministers Award 2020 in the innovative projects category. Preventing plastic waste from entering the landfills The plastic waste channeled between June 2020 to May 2021, includes MLP or Multi-Layered Plastics (Non- Recyclable), Low-Density... Continue Reading →

Dow Unlocks the Power of Circular Economy through Looped In

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x474HYRnyBA Team Recykal's Abhay Deshpande recently sat down with Dow Packaging & Specialty Plastics' Han Zhang, PhD to discuss how big #tech is creating #sustainable solutions for the plastic waste problem in India, where 10,000 tons of waste goes uncollected every day. Here's a transcript of the discussion. Han Zhang Hello everyone. I'm Han Zhang, Asia Pacific Sustainability Director, Packaging and Speciality Plastics at... Continue Reading →

Recykal, Raising Recycle Rates

Waste can be turned into a resource. Who would’ve thought so or believed it 5 years ago? Let alone using digital technology to streamline and manage waste.Plastic Waste or E-waste is perceived as nothing but as it is - waste. In India, when someone says “throw it away”, it automatically goes into the dustbin. Whether... Continue Reading →

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