Chemical recycling: the end of plastic waste? | Rethink Sustainability

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The world is choking on plastic waste. Less than nine percent of it is recycled, but an emerging industry promises to change all that. The FT’s Charlotte Middlehurst discovers how chemical recycling – separating complex waste back into its original components, to be used over and over again – could create a so-called “circular economy” for plastic.

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