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The so-called Circular Economy is far more than just a phrase of the moment. It’s fast becoming a megatrend for mechanical and plant engineering


MECHANICAL PROCESSES ARE A KEY PART OF EVERYTHING RELATING TO POWDER, GRANULATE AND BULK MATERIAL FOR PROCESSES IN ALMOST all material-converting industries. Traditionally, they are also an integral part of the recycling processes. Dr Eric Maiser, head of Competence Centre Future Business for the VDMA, is otherwise known as The Mechanical Engineering Industry Association, and other recognised specialists in this area, took part in a recent study which demonstrated that they now extend far beyond recycling. The result of this study outlines a megatrend for mechanical and plant engineering - the Circular Economy 4.0, which is why POWTECH events around the world increasingly meet this challenge by providing a process technology innovation forum for the Circular Economy. The facts are there for everyone to see: the amounts of global waste are increasing, resources are dwindling and there are alarm signals over our carbon footprint. That is why the concept of a Circular Economy is becoming increasingly important - for society and politics as well as for companies in all industries. Apart from ensuring the correct material flows in nature, this concept extends the use process for products and ensures extensive recycling.


BRIEF | REWARDED FOR RECYCLING


Vortex of Salina, Kansas, has been rewarded for its commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility by the Solutions-based Customer Recycling Program, founded by Cope Plastics Inc. They are a part of Vortex Global, received the Gold Level Milestone award, which recognises companies that have recycled 200,000 lbs of industrial plastics.


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