Nexam Chemical granted initial patent for game-changing recycling technology

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Lomma-based plastic fabrication company Nexam Chemical has obtained its initial patent approval for its Reactive Recycling technology from the European Patent Office

This patent aims to streamline the recycling process for polyethylene, a commonly used plastic. By implementing this patented method, the recycling of PE becomes more efficient, ultimately decreasing the demand for new plastic manufacturing.

The new patent also complements the previous patent from July, which focuses on additives for recycling polypropylene.

“Nexam once again breaks new ground and broadens the field of use for Reactive Recycling,” Nexam Chemical CTO Christer Svanberg said. “Thus contributes to more sustainable solutions.”

Svanberg added that combined with Nexam’s other plastic recycling solutions, this method facilitates the utilisation of “even the largest recycling streams can be used in more products than was previously possible.”

Nexam Chemical is a company that develops technology and products to enhance the properties and performance of plastics. Through its innovations, the company aims to contribute to more sustainable and circular use of plastics.

Nexam Chemical’s solutions for plastics sustainability

Nexam Chemical’s Reactive Recycling provides a simple solution to enhance the performance of recycled polyethylene (rLDPE, rLLDPE, rHDPE). The process involves adding Reactive Recycling products to existing extrusion equipment and the recycled PE. The Reactive Recycling products are also safe to use as they are non-hazardous and peroxide-free.

Nexam Chemical also offers a diverse range of PE recycling product options in addition to Reactive Recycling. These products cater to various processing needs and provide different benefits.

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