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Recycling & Waste

Bunting Draws Crowds at RWM 2019

From the moment the RWM 2019 exhibition opened the doors, visitors were drawn to Bunting’s busy and noisy stand.  There was plenty for visitors to see with demonstrations taking place on both the Eddy Current Separator and Stainless Steel Magnetic Separator. “This year’s show was the busiest for a long time,” explained Simon Ayling, the…

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Plastic Waste Recycling Targets

The success or failure to recycle plastic packaging in the UK and Europe is defined by targets.  The politicians set the targets and then monitor the relative recycling performance using data provided by the member states and local authorities.  In this article, we look at the most recent targets and the accuracy of reported data.…

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Recovering Metal at RWM 2019

RWM 2019 metal recovering

Dynamic techniques to recover and separate metal from secondary ‘waste’ materials is the theme for the Bunting stand at RWM 2019 (11 & 12 September, NEC, Birmingham, UK).  Solutions for recovering metal and removing metal from the reclaimed product to enable recycling, are on display on stand P1. Recycling has never had a higher profile. …

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The Plastic Future

Plastic Waste

Over the last two years there has been an unprecedented backlash against single use plastics.  Despite the data and reports being readily available for decades, the general public’s awareness of the problems associated with plastic waste was ignited by Sir David Attenborough and the BBC’s Blue Planet television series.  Since then, public pressure has galvanized politicians…

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Bauma ’19 Attracts The Crowds

Bauma 2019

Bauma 2019 attracted more than 620,000 visitors from every continent on the planet.  From Monday April 8th through to Sunday April 14th, Bauma lived up to its reputation as ‘the largest construction machinery trade fair in the world’. “2019 was the first year that Bunting has exhibited,” said Dave Hills, Bunting’s Head of Sales.  “The…

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Bunting Exhibiting At Bauma

Bauma 2019

Bunting Magnetics features for the first time as an exhibitor at Bauma 2019 (April 8-14, 2019).  The Bauma exhibition is one of the world’s leading trade fairs devoted to the mining, mineral processing, construction and recycling industries.  It is staged in Munich, Germany every three years. “With the addition of the Master Magnets product portfolio…

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Our 2018 Review

Bunting Magnetic Europe

Previously posted News & Blogs from 2018 BREXIT and concerns about plastic waste have dominated the news in 2018.  Despite the BREXIT pessimism, UK exporters continue to export and the plastics industry is working hard to pacify environmentalists.  2018 has been another great year for Bunting Europe and we look back on the past twelve…

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The Changing Face of Plastics Recycling

Plastic Recycling

Nov/Dec 18 issue – British Plastics & Rubber The BBC’s Blue Planet II appeared on our television screen in September 2017.  The amazing documentary series highlighted the challenges faced by marine life and generated a global anti-plastic tidal wave that shows no sign of diminishing.  However, has our plastics recycling strategy actually changed? Since September 2017, there has…

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3 Successful Plastics Recycling Projects for Recycle Week

Celebrating Recycling Success The theme of the 2018 Recycle Week (24-30 September)  is ‘Recycling. We do. Because it matters.’  Recycle Week is a celebration of recycling, organised by WRAP under the ‘Recycle Now‘ brand. Recycling has never been more prominent in the news, with managing plastic waste high on the agenda.  We work with many plastic recycling…

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A Rejuvenated RWM Exhibition

RWM Exhibition

  Busy Stand for Bunting Magnetics at RWM At this year’s rejuvenated RWM Exhibition (NEC, Birmingham, 12th – 13th September), the Bunting Magnetics and Master Magnets stand proved to be a great success.  Being positioned in a prime stand in front of the entrance, and with working metal separators on the stand, visitors were drawn to see…

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