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Listen: Mechanical vs chemical recycling for plastics: competing or complementing to drive sustainable growth?

Recycled plastics has become a hot topic recently with soaring demand driven by legislation, corporate commitments and increasing consumer awareness across the globe. There are raising questions on how the current recycling mechanisms could cope with such rapid-changing market dynamics to drive the sustainable growth of recycled plastics industry. Which option is better – mechanically or chemically recycled plastics?

In the latest Platts Future Energy podcast, our experts take a closer look at both plastics recycling mechanisms, how they work, and what role they play in the industry at large.

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