PETCORE


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PETCOREPolyethylene Terephthalate Container Recycling Europe
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Last year Petcore published its "Guidelines and Test Protocols" for additives and barrier materials, which assesses the recycling properties of these technologies.
Opschoor, technical director and member of Petcore's Expert Evaluation Committee, says, "Products that pass this rigorous test regime can be recycled using existing recycling practices without any difficulties."
(1.) Petcore, "PET Profile: Petcore Fact Sheet on Poly Ethylene Terephalate," Brussels (2011).
A survey of PET bottle recycling rates in 31 European countries conducted for the European trade association Petcore (PET Containers Recycling Europe) found that a third of countries achieved recycling rates of more than 70%.
This conclusion comes from a report carried out by PCI PET Packaging Resin and Recycling Ltd for European trade association, Petcore Europe, from a Europe-wide survey among actors involved in the collection, sorting and recycling of PET.
PET is by far the most recycled plastic material in Europe," explained Petcore Europe Executive Director, Patrick Peuch.
(6.) Petcore News, Belgium, http://www.petcore.org [last accessed: July, 2010.j.
Whereas, Rs 100 million would be utilized for expansion and up-gradation of Pakistan Petroleum Core house (PETCORE) for its sustainable operations to facilitate oil and gas exploration research in Pakistan.
For the five new proposed schemes, the government would utilize funds amounting to Rs 100 million for expansion and up-gradation of Pakistan Petroleum Corehouse (PETCORE) for its sustainable operations to facilitate oil and gas exploration research in Pakistan.
Figures released by non-profit trade association, Petcore Europe, have revealed that over 65 billion PET bottles were recycled In Europe In 2013, a seven percent increase on 2012.
The European PET Bottle Platform (EPBP) has been put together by ABC (Alliance for plastic Beverage Containers sustainability), EPRO (European Association of Plastic Recycling & Recovery Organisations), EuPR (European Plastics Recyclers) and Petcore (PET Containers Recycling Europe).