Pioneering recycling project set to clean up in the West Midlands

Hundreds of millions of feminine hygiene products, nappies and incontinence pads disposed of in public and commercial bins are set to be recycled under a new initiative being developed in the Black Country. Currently, the used products end up in landfill or are incinerated but with the launch of a new recycling plant especially for hygiene waste, these products can now be used to produce to produce clean energy. The new plant opened in West Bromwich is a UK first. The patented process behind the scheme is the brainchild of hy... For the full story register now for free or login below...
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