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Success story for recycling post-consumer waste

Dear Sir or Madam,

A very warm welcome to you with news from the Bright World of Metals and GIFA.com.

Turning old into new – an entire industry is based on this concept, namely the recycling industry. Producing new materials from waste is one of the most sensible activities in a time of climate change and scarcity of resources. Thus, in October we present a success story for recycling post-consumer waste to you. Read more in our topic of the month!

Enjoy reading!
The GIFA Team

The Topics

Monthly topic: Success story for recycling post-consumer waste
Business news: Stay up-to-date
Düsseldorf CityTip: Giuseppe Verdi's Otello at Oper am Rhein

Topic of the Month

Success story for recycling post-consumer waste

Photos Topic of the Month
For the production of high-quality regrind a model line has been installed that was launched at the beginning of the year. High-quality granulate for film thicknesses beneath 30 my is produced from a mix of plastic waste. This mix consists of films as used in trade and LDPE film waste from sorting post-consumer packaging waste as is the case with automatic waste sorting plants.
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Business news

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Keep yourself informed at all times! We deliver current news from the world of foundries round the clock 365 days a year. This is what the GIFA area Business News has in store for you. Have a look at the article overview:
• TALEX casthouse in Abu Dhabi - successful start of operation
• Major order for hybrid vehicle components
• First billet on an upgraded high-speed wire rod mill
• Digital reference images for aluminum and magnesium die cast castings
• Five columns of plastics recycling
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Düsseldorf CityTip

Giuseppe Verdi's Otello at Oper am Rhein

Boris Statsenko (Jago) | Hans Jörg Michel
Envy and jealousy are the resounding themes in Verdi’s “Otello”. See an impressive re-staging at the opera house Deutschen Oper am Rhein: Minimalist artist Michael Thalheimer sets unusual, exciting accents with his language of images. 19 + 22 October.
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