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Wednesday, 10 July 2019 17:16

End-of-Life Vehicle Project Proves Viable Market for Recycled Plastics From Automobiles

Launched in 2015, the ELV Project was designed to study the viability of collecting and recycling plastic car parts, including car bumpers, to eventually be broken down and used as materials to make new products.   Launched in 2015, the ELV Project was designed to study the viability of collecting and recycling plastic car parts, including car bumpers, to eventually be broken down and used as materials to make new products. pixabay.com

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Involved in the ELV Project were the following organizations: ACI Plastics, Asahi Kasei, Automotive Recyclers Association (ARA), Boston Auto Wreckers, Canadian Plastics Industry Association (CPIA), Erema North America, Fenix Parts, Gary’s U-Pull It, Geo-Tech Polymers, Innovative Injection Technologies (i2Tech), Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI), John Deere, Kal Trading, Manar Inc., Metro Recycling, Midland Compounding & Consulting, Milliken, Noble Polymers, Padnos, Post Plastics, Ravago Recycling Group, Series One, Standard Auto Wreckers, Toyota, TPEI and Ultra-Poly Corporation.

 

To read the summary results from all ELV Project phases, click here: plasticsindustry.org/sites/default/files/ELV%20Datasheet.pdf.

 

Obtained via PLASTICS.

 

 


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