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The latest portable battery recycling figures from the Environment Agency (EA) make for confusing reading, but the bottom line is that the UK will need to up its game to hit its EU targets
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By Tiffany Holland
A study undertaken by the University of Bradford and commissioned by Nampak Plastics has proven that it is feasible to produce a milk bottle using 50% food grade recycled HDPE (r-HDPE).
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