Sir David Attenborough joins Marine Biologist Dr Sylvia Earle and Plastic Ocean UK’s Jo Ruxton to discuss plastic pollution and the effects on the environment, alongside Cat-HTR™ and the role that chemical recycling can play in recycling those plastic materials considered ‘unrecyclable’ via traditional mechanical recycling.
A video message from Sir David Attenborough to mark World Oceans Day, 8th June 2020, highlighting the plight of plastic pollution, witnessed when filming the BBC’s Blue Planet II.
As part of the week-long BluHope campaign and World Oceans Day (8th June 2020), ReNew ELP Managing Director discussed chemical recycling and the Cat-HTR™ technology with a global audience on a live webinar on 10th June 2020.
The Rt. Hon Lord Zac Goldsmith, Minister for Pacific & the Environment opens the BluHope campaign on World Oceans Day, 8th June 2020. Mura are BluHope partners, with focus on the effects of plastic pollution on the environment and technologies like Cat-HTR™ that are able to process and recycle the plastic waste that is currently classed as ‘unrecyclable’ and polluting natural habitats.
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