Our ground-breaking, patented recycling process, developed by Procter & Gamble, separates color, odor and any other contaminants from plastic waste feedstock to transform it into virgin-like resin. This process fully closes the loop in the reuse of recycled plastics while making recycled plastics more accessible at scale to companies desiring to use a sustainable, recycled resin.
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Ex-Walgreens Chief Starts Venture to Commercialize New Technologies
For 35 years, Gregory D. Wasson worked at Walgreens, eventually presiding over some of the drugstore chain’s biggest deals as its chief executive.
Amcor, P&G, APR honored for plastics recycling
A trade group and two companies are being recognized by the Plastics division of the American Chemistry Council for their work when it comes to plastics recycling.
PureCycle Technologies and P&G introduce technology that enables recycled plastic to be nearly-new quality
PureCycle hosts ribbon-cutting for Ohio plant that will use P&G’s breakthrough recycling method to remove odor, contaminants, and color from one of the world’s most common plastics.