University of Birmingham licenses rights to ‘supercritical water’ recycling technology

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The University of Birmingham has licensed the rights to its new ‘supercritical water’ technology to engineering firm Stopford. The new process will decompose mixed complex plastics, converting them into ‘value-added materials’ for use as feedstock for the plastics industry.

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