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Recyclable Plastics Consortium

Press/Media: Research

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Announcement and coverage of a consortium of predominately US researchers working on US government-funded plastics recycling initiative, with UoP the only UK partner

Period9 Nov 2020 → 14 Nov 2020

References

TitleA super-enzyme capable of devouring plastic
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletTici
Media typeWeb
CountrySwitzerland
Date14/11/20
DescriptionScientists have created a super-enzyme in the laboratory that degrades plastic at incredible speed
URLhttps://www.tio.ch/newsblog/avanti/1473319/plastica-enzima-super-enzima-grado-mcgeehan
PersonsJohn McGeehan
TitleU.S. labs collaborate on plastic bottles
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletSolid Waste & Recycling
Media typeWeb
CountryCanada
Date11/11/20
DescriptionLos Alamos National Laboratory is partnering with four other U.S. laboratories and four academic institutions in a new program to tackle the problem of plastic pollution. The partnership has been dubbed the BOTTLE Consortium for “Bio-Optimized Technologies to keep Thermoplastics out of Landfills and the environment.”
URLhttps://www.wasterecyclingmag.ca/research/u-s-labs-collaborate-on-plastic-bottles/1003284154/
PersonsJohn McGeehan
TitleLos Alamos Works to Make Better, More Recyclable Plastics with New BOTTLE Consortium
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletScrap Monster
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/11/20
DescriptionThe consortium will focus on two critical problems that are both essential to tackle the plastics pollution problem
URLhttps://www.scrapmonster.com/news/los-alamos-works-to-make-better-more-recyclable-plastics-with-new-bottle-consortium/1/77383
PersonsJohn McGeehan
TitleLos Alamos Works to Make Better, More Recyclable Plastics with New BOTTLE Consortium
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletWasteAdvantage
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited States
Date10/11/20
DescriptionLos Alamos National Laboratory is partnering with four other national laboratories and four academic institutions in a new program to tackle the problem of plastic pollution. The partnership has been dubbed the BOTTLE Consortium for “Bio-Optimized Technologies to keep Thermoplastics out of Landfills and the environment.”
URLhttps://wasteadvantagemag.com/los-alamos-works-to-make-better-more-recyclable-plastics-with-new-bottle-consortium/
PersonsJohn McGeehan
TitleLos Alamos works to make better, more recyclable plastics with new BOTTLE consortium
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletLos Alamos National Laboratory
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited States
Date9/11/20
DescriptionLos Alamos National Laboratory is partnering with four other national laboratories and four academic institutions in a new program to tackle the problem of plastic pollution. The partnership has been dubbed the BOTTLE Consortium for “Bio-Optimized Technologies to keep Thermoplastics out of Landfills and the environment.”
Producer/AuthorNancy Ambrosiano
URLhttps://www.lanl.gov/discover/news-release-archive/2020/November/1109-bottle-consortium.php
PersonsJohn McGeehan

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