16. Nov 2022
INEOS Styrolution (Frankfurt, Germany), the global leader in styrenics, has recently announced the availability of a new publication on the recycling of plastics.
Together with a team of renowned authors from across the industry, Norbert Niessner, Global Innovation Director at INEOS Styrolution, published the new ‘Recycling of Plastics’ book that leaves no question on the topic unanswered.
In times, when the value of plastics to society is taken for granted and at the same time is overshadowed by issues caused by the inappropriate handling of plastics after use, recycling of this material becomes more relevant than ever before. The new book on ‘Recycling of Plastics’, published by the Hanser Publishing House, addresses all aspects of the topic in almost twenty chapters – from understanding the value chain in a circular economy to recycling technologies for a broad range of polymers, the recycled materials and their properties and life cycle assessments to determine the impact on the ecological footprint. First copies of the book became available just recently at the K 2022 Fair in Dusseldorf, Germany.
About fifty international industry leaders and renowned researchers contribute to the over 800-page long book exploring all aspects of recycling of polymers, including new advanced recycling technologies. The result is a comprehensive and state-of-the-art guide on the global recycling value chain with focus on the most important technologies.
Niessner says, “The book intends to show the current state in plastics recycling. I am happy that so many distinguished recycling experts joined me in contributing to this ambitious project. We all share one vision, which is as well the basis of INEOS Styrolution´s strategy: Used plastics need to be treated as precious resources for highquality applications in all industry segments. They must not be buried in landfills, burnt nor end up in the ocean. Therefore, recycling is the key step for a circular economy, providing a sustainable and healthy lifestyle for all of us”. AT
 ISBN: 978-1-56990-856-3