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C-MACC Sunday Recap 58
Re-Make Re-Model: Recyclers Will Try and Will Find A Way
- A collaborative disconnect is driving behavior to dispose of waste plastic rather than re-use it. It is an inevitable outcome of companies trying to control what they can manage without the broad coordination needed for large-scale re-use.
- In our ESG work, we regularly discuss this topic and the wrongly named “advanced recycling” promoted by major plastics producers as an example. As polymer prices rise, the lack of available recycled material is more apparent.
- This week, we also focused on the investment decisions driven by more robust demand and a recent surge in near-to-medium-term cash flow expectations.
Last week we discussed 29 Chemical and related products and 93 Companies.
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