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ogy has begun construction of the world’s first commercially operated hydrothermal upgrading plastic recycling plant in the UK.
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On average, 75 people per year die on the job, one in 10 is harmed and 600-900 die from work-related diseases – all coming at a cost of $3.5 billion per year. These statistics don’t even begin to cover the social and psychological costs on friends, family, loved ones and co-workers of these people hurt on the job.