Borealis and TOMRA inaugurate cutting-edge facility in Lahnstein, Germany for sorting and recycling post-consumer plastic waste

Borealis and TOMRA have launched an advanced mechanical recycling demo plant in Lahnstein, Germany. The plant will process both rigid and flexible plastic waste from households and produce high-quality recycled polymers suitable for use in demanding applications in industries such as automotive and consumer products. The purpose of the demo plant is to generate material for brand owners and converters to qualify and validate for use in their applications. The success of the plant will lay the foundation for a commercial-scale advanced recycling plant. The project is a collaboration between Borealis, TOMRA, and Zimmermann.

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