Is Graphene The Silver Bullet For Plastic Recycling Woes?
Randall Zajac, Director of Business Development, Resins & Composites, explores the potential of graphene as a game-changer in plastic recycling in a recent article on Sustainable Plastics.
“If it feels like you’ve been hearing about recycling plastic all of your life, you might be right. The first plastic recycling mill was built in 1972, about the same time as the Environmental Protection Agency was formed. But despite promoting plastic recycling — including spending tens of millions of dollars in advertising, marketing and public relations campaigns, as well as lobbying for curbside recycling — the technology to economically recycle plastic didn’t exist. …”
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