plastics 07/2012, Seite 72 - 75
Values regain - Recycling
Solvent-based processes offer new approaches for an economically interesting recycling of thermoplastic composites . This can be applied for both production waste and end- of-life products . In two case studies describes how through the recovery of , inter alia, can minimize polyamide and ABS or ABS blend raw material losses . This relieves the same time the environment .
German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
KMU-innovative Project Flyers - Status April 2012- Translation
Shredder-Residues as Source for High-Quality Plastics (Poly-Ressource)
During the last decades steel, glass, wood and other materials have been replaced by plastics with increasing tendency and the demand for high-quality plastics for technical products is still increasing. However fossil raw-materials, especially crude oil, for the production of plastics are limited. Therefore actual research work focusses on opportunities to recover plastics from waste streams for the use in high-value applications.
Fraunhofer Institute for Process Technology and Packaging IVV
Annual Report 2010/2011
Business Field "Recycling Plastics", pages 11, 58-61 (Extract)
DBU aktuell Nr. 2 / February 2012
Information on Support Activities of the German Environment Foundation
New Recycling Process for Technical Brushes
The innovative Recycling of abrasive filaments for technical brushes, developed by the CreaCycle GmbH (Grevenbroich, Germany in cooperation with the Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging (IVV) in Freising, Germany offers a considerable environmental relief, combined with a good economic efficiency based on the substitution of raw-materials.
Reycling Magazin 20 / 201; pages 18 - 19 (translation)
PLASTIC WASTE – Using the CreaSolv® Process plastic shredder residues will be recycled to polymers of high quality. A project is targeting integrated industrial realization in 2012.
Using the CreaSolv® Process the Fraunhofer lnstitute for Process Engineering and Packaging in Freising, Germany has developed an innovative plastic recycling process that produces high-quality recycled polymer from plastic waste that previously could not be re-used. This includes plastics from old electrical equipment, old cars and the production of composite materials.