The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is about more than just the latest TVs, smartphones and gadgets. This year’s event also showcased technologies in robotics, health care and plastics recycling.
A major U.K. plastics-to-fuel company is one of 10 companies participating in Unreasonable Impact, a two-week accelerator program designed to connect entrepreneurs and investors to address key global environmental and social issues.
NASA plans to experiment with interstellar plastics recycling, and a town in British Columbia says a fee on bags is successfully deterring residents from using the products.
California-based Verdeco Recycling is preparing to open an operation in central Indiana that could annually produce up to 60 million pounds of rPET for food grade applications.