PLASTIC ENERGY to build five chemical recycling plants in Indonisia

PLASTIC ENERGY Limited, a company with a unique process to recycle plastic waste on a global and commercial scale, has reached an agreement with the province of West Java (Indonesia) to build five chemical recycling plants.
The MOU signed by the Governor of West Java, Ridwan Kamil, follows campaigns – including the United Nations (UN) Clean Seas, the Global Plastic Action Partnership, Our Ocean Conference – to reduce plastic pollution and, in particular, plastics reaching the ocean around Indonesia, a country which is second only to China for leaking plastic into the sea.


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