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EVENT PREVIEW | PLASTICS RECYCLING WORLD EXPO EUROPE


Right: Starlinger RecoStar Dynamic recycling line


SIPA A specialist in PET containers solutions, SIPA has expertise in all available bottle manufacturing and filling technologies, from preforms to finished products, for the food and beverage, chemical products and other sectors. � www.sipa.it


Sirmax Based near Parma, Italy, SER became part of the Sirmax Group in January 2019. The company specialises in the treatment and recycling of post-consumer plastic materials, from which polypropylene, high- and low-density polyethylene, and polystyrene are processed. � www.sirmax.com


SK Global Chemical SK Functional Polymer is a newly established company headquartered in Paris, France, following the acquisition of Arkema’s Functional Polyolefins business by SK Global Chemical in June 2020. SKFP resins are used to design PE or PP mono- material packaging, facilitating their recycling. � https://sk-fp.com


Sogapol


Sociedad Gallega de Polímeros – a member of Valtalia Group – is a recycler located in the north of Spain which specialises in producing recycled polyethylene materials. � www.sogapol.com


Sorema / Previero The Sorema division of Previero designs, manufac- tures and installs plastic recycling plants for PET and HDPE bottles, PE film, PP film and raffia, fibres and other products in PE, PP, PET, PA, PS, ABS, etc. Previero machines and plants are designed for feeding, size reduction, transport and storing of plastics. � http://sorema.it


Left: SIPA Extreme Renew


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Starlinger Starlinger Recycling Technology produces machin- ery for the recycling and refinement of a wide scope of plastics such as PE, PP, PA, PS, BOPP and PET. Starlinger PET recycling systems are approved for use in food applications by many brand owners as well as various national and international authorities. � www.starlinger.com


Steinert Steinert is a global group in consulting, manufac- turing, installation and services in sensor sorting and traditional magnetic separation technologies. � https://steinertglobal.com


THEES Plastic Recycling THEES says high quality regrinds and compounds for injection applications are its core business. HDPE, PP, tailor-made blends, PS, PET, PA, ABS are some of the materials it supplies. � www.thees.com


TNO The Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scien- tific Research (TNO) is an independent research organisation involved in many industries, including plastics. � www.tno.nl


TrinamiX TrinamiX, a wholly owned subsidiary of BASF, has developed a patented 3D sensing technology and makes equipment that includes NIR plastics sorting units. The diverse compositions of different plastics can now be precisely determined and distinguished via the simple use of a portable handheld device that combines TrinamiX data analysis with a mobile app. � https://trinamixsensing.com


42 PLASTICS RECYCLING WORLD | September 2021


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IMAGE: SIPA


IMAGE: STARLINGER


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