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Chemical Aspects of Plastics Recycling

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Royal Society of Chemistry, Information Services. 1997. Edited by Hoyle, W. and Karsa, D. R. Condition: very good. Very slight signs of wear on cover. Pages and spine still in excellent condition. Contains black and white diagrams.

"These proceedings provide a review of the current status of plastics recycling. Plastics waste management is set in context within the field of the total waste picture and the current status of plastics recycling and recovery in the EU is quantified. The importance of identifying plastics in order to separate feeds is emphasized and the application of mid-infrared spectroscopy as a method of identification is used to illustrate the techniques being developed for this purpose.;Polyester, PET, PVC, acrylics and polyurethane recycling are all considered in depth, both in terms of processing and end-uses for recyclate. Of particular interest is the use of compatibilizers to enable two or more different plastics to be successfully processed."

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Author(s):
Hoyle, W. and Karsa, D. R.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0854047123
ISBN-13:
9780854047123
Number of pages:
234
Publisher:
Royal Society of Chemistry, Information Services
Title:
Chemical Aspects of Plastics Recycling

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Royal Society of Chemistry, Information Services. 1997. Edited by Hoyle, W. and Karsa, D. R. Condition: very good. Very slight signs of wear on cover. Pages and spine still in excellent condition. Contains black and white diagrams.

"These proceedings provide a review of the current status of plastics recycling. Plastics waste management is set in context within the field of the total waste picture and the current status of plastics recycling and recovery in the EU is quantified. The importance of identifying plastics in order to separate feeds is emphasized and the application of mid-infrared spectroscopy as a method of identification is used to illustrate the techniques being developed for this purpose.;Polyester, PET, PVC, acrylics and polyurethane recycling are all considered in depth, both in terms of processing and end-uses for recyclate. Of particular interest is the use of compatibilizers to enable two or more different plastics to be successfully processed."

Author(s):
Hoyle, W. and Karsa, D. R.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0854047123
ISBN-13:
9780854047123
Number of pages:
234
Publisher:
Royal Society of Chemistry, Information Services
Title:
Chemical Aspects of Plastics Recycling

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