The Energy Recovery Agenda in Ohio

October 22, 2012

This video from the American Chemistry Council and the Ohio Chemistry Technology Council highlights ways in which nonrecycled plastics and other forms of waste can be part of the future of energy production in Ohio. Hear from Ohio companies, Vadxx, RES Polyflow, and Vexor that are already harnessing energy from various forms of waste.

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