26 January 2021
Flint Joins HolyGrail 2.0 Project
CHICAGO—
Finding better ways to recycle plastics
Finding better ways to recycle plastics
Flint Group Packaging Inks, a global leader in the supply of print consumables and services to the packaging industry, has signed up to the HolyGrail 2.0 project that seeks to solve the complexities surrounding the recycling of post-consumer plastic packaging.
Project HolyGrail was established in 2017 to speed up the transition to a global circular economy for plastics by improving recycling rates
through more effective, high quality sorting of materials. In 2020, the second phase of the project, HolyGrail 2.0, was launched to open it up as a cross-value chain initiative with greater scale and scope.
Partners involved in the project are exploring the viability of tagging packaging with unique, machine-readable codes to improve automated detection and sorting within current recycling systems. 
 
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