Closed Loop slates second UK plant for '09

Verespej, Mike
March 2008
Plastics News;3/31/2008, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p31
Trade Publication
The article reports that Closed Loop Recycling is planning to build a second recycling plant in Great Britain. According to managing director Chris Dow, Closed Loop has secured venture capital financing for a second plant to be started in 2009. One plant of the firm is already under construction in Dagenham. Dow says that each plant will recycle nearly 15 million pounds of high density polyethylene annually into pellets for milk bottles.


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