‘Invisible barcode’ tech enables recycling of PP food packaging

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Announcement: Post-consumer Food-grade PP is currently being recycled ready for analysis from NEXTLOOPP members

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‘Invisible barcode’ tech enables recycling of PP food packaging

Fluorescent markers printed on labels permit high-value food packaging made of polypropylene to be sorted and recycled.

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