Thermal Compaction Group (TCG)’s Sterimelt technology is taking what is described as single-use plastic out of what is a very expensive waste stream, reclaiming the plastics and engineering it back into an inert source of polypropylene which is then repurposed into multiple products.
London News Bureau Correspondent for CTV National News, Daniele Hamamdjian, has more on a simple idea to take the waste from COVID-19 PPE and recycle it into something else we can use.
NSWC Carderock partners with TCG to develop and advance the MASSMELT technology and NextGen PWP.
Capt. Todd Hutchison signs a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) between Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division (NSWCCD) and Thermal Compaction Group (TCG) on April 29, 2021.
COVID-19: 'Game-changing' PPE recycling technology turns masks and gowns into school chairs. The UK is using an estimated 53 million single-use face masks daily and one hospital alone is getting through 10,000 masks a day.
The amount of single-use PPE waste generated by the coronavirus pandemic is slowly becoming another global crisis. Thomas Davison-Sebry, chief sustainability officer at Thermal Compaction Group, shares how their innovative device can help to resolve the global PPE waste problem.
TCG has launched its latest healthcare innovation - CURTAINMELT
Curtainmelt will solve the problems of recycling single use disposable ward, bed, window and cubicle curtains within the healthcare sector
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