1. Plastics Recyclers Europe supports European Commissions Circular Economy Package

    This years annual meeting of “Plastics Recyclers Europe” (PRE) on 21st of November 2014 in Brussels showed broad support for the planned Circular Economy Package of the European Commission, regulating the evolution of Europes waste and recycling markets. The referring press release: Circular economy package will push quality plastics recycling in Europe

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  2. Ecoplast

    Plastics Recycling in “Der Standard”

    The Austrian plastics mechanical recycling was part of an enclosure in Austrias daily newspaper “Der Standard” which was running in 100.000 pieces on Thursday September 18th. Our main goal with this press release is to clarify the fact that recycling in Austria generally doesn’t mean incineration and/or shipping the collected plastic scrap to other countries. […]

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  3. eucertplast

    ISO and EUCertplast successfully audited

    Within August 2014 both ISO9001 and ISO14001 as well as EUCertplast audits took place at Ecoplast. All three were successfully completed and therefore Ecoplast will be equipped with all certificates for another year.

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  4. Ecoplast participates at the 17th International Altkunststofftag in Bad Neuenahr

    Being Austrias leading PE-Recycler, Ecoplast and several more companies from plastics branch showed their participation at bvse’s “17. International Altkunststofftag”, taking place in Bad Neuenahr from June 3rd to June 4th 2014. The main question of the event dealt with the mid- and longterm evolution of the European Plastics Recycling and – as a keypoint […]

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  5. Ecoplast joins the 23rd Event “Kunststoffrecycling Sachsen” in Dresden

    On the 13th of May 2014 Ecoplasts Mag. Günter Zotter, Member of the Board, presented our way of Recycling at the 23rd Conference for “Kunststoffrecycling in Sachsen” in Dresden. Main points were the challenges which recyclers are facing, especially due to multilayer-films such as aluminum coated Polyethylene, as well as “Bioplastics”, which are causing severe […]

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