December 2018

Assoc. of WA Business hits the road in support of Manufacturing Week – Bus tour visits CRTC in Port Angeles

2018-12-20T10:28:51-07:00

December 20, 2019 | Source: CRTC

Friday, October 5th was the second day of Association of Washington Business (AWB)’s cross-state Manufacturing Week 2018 Bus Tour and the day started in Port Angeles with a visit to the new Composite Recycling Technology Center. The facility, which […]

Assoc. of WA Business hits the road in support of Manufacturing Week – Bus tour visits CRTC in Port Angeles2018-12-20T10:28:51-07:00

April 2018

Global Composites Recycling Experts Gather in Knoxville, TN for ACMA’s First Recycling Conference

2018-05-01T05:58:51-07:00

Photo: (left to right) Uday Vaidya, IACMI CTO, John Unser, Technology Impact Manager, Geoff Wood, CRTC Fellow & VP Innovation, Dave Walter, CRTC CEO, Nobuyuki Odagiri, Toray Vice President and Sr. Technical Fellow, John Hopkins, IACMI CEO, Cliff Eberle, IACMI/ORNL Materials & Process Technology Director, Soydan Ozcan, IACMI/ORNL Recycling Fellow

Global Composites Recycling Experts Gather in Knoxville, TN for ACMA’s First Recycling Conference2018-05-01T05:58:51-07:00

IACMI-The Composites Institute Collaborates with Industry Leader to Develop World’s First Park Bench made with Repurposed Aerospace Grade Carbon Fiber

2018-04-10T08:51:10-07:00

Photo caption, left to right: Robert Stokes, Consulting Designer & Artist, Corey Delikat, City of Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Director, Dave Walter, CRTC Chief Executive Officer, Guy Houser, CRTC Director of Engineering

The bench will be in the IACMI booth at the ACMA […]

IACMI-The Composites Institute Collaborates with Industry Leader to Develop World’s First Park Bench made with Repurposed Aerospace Grade Carbon Fiber2018-04-10T08:51:10-07:00

February 2018

Real-World Manufacturing Experience For Peninsula College Composites Students

2018-02-09T12:59:07-07:00
PORT ANGELES, Washington (February 09, 2018) – Over 50 million pounds of carbon fiber scrap goes into landfill globally each year.  The Composite Recycling Technology Center (CRTC) in Port Angeles, WA is working to […]

Real-World Manufacturing Experience For Peninsula College Composites Students2018-02-09T12:59:07-07:00

September 2017

Composite Recycling Technology Center Produces First-Ever Automotive Seatback Using Recycled Carbon Fiber From ELG Carbon Fibre, Ltd.

2017-09-19T12:50:34-07:00

Sept. 12, 2017

Photo caption: Left to right: CRTC Chief Executive Officer David Walter, CRTC Fellow and VP of Innovation Geoffrey Wood, U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer, Washington State Department of Commerce Clean Energy Sector Lead Brian Young, and  Loren Lyon, President and Center Director of Impact Washington stand together around the seatback preform on August 8, 2017.

Photo and article […]

Composite Recycling Technology Center Produces First-Ever Automotive Seatback Using Recycled Carbon Fiber From ELG Carbon Fibre, Ltd.2017-09-19T12:50:34-07:00

July 2017

June 2017

Peninsula College Students Place 7th of 24 Entries in International Composites Competition

2017-06-15T10:35:18-07:00

Congratulations to Peninsula College on its recent success at the SAMPE 2017 Student Bridge Competition.  Peninsula College’s co-located facility with Composite Recycling Technology Center in Port Angeles, Washington is part of IACMI’s west coast regional extension.

The Peninsula College Composites team placed 7th out of 24 entries in their class during the international SAMPE Student […]

Peninsula College Students Place 7th of 24 Entries in International Composites Competition2017-06-15T10:35:18-07:00

January 2017

Port of Port Angeles allocates funds to composites center

2017-01-19T17:15:46-07:00

composites recyclingSource: PeninsulaDailyNews.com
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PORT ANGELES — The Port of Port Angeles has approved an agreement fulfilling its $1.35 million commitment over three years to the Composite Recycling Technology Center.

The port Monday agreed to pay $732,911 to the Composite Recycling Technology Center […]

Port of Port Angeles allocates funds to composites center2017-01-19T17:15:46-07:00

July 2016

Pioneering Partnerships Announced for Composite Recycling

2017-01-19T05:38:57-07:00

Photo: (Front L-R): Dr. Mark Johnson, Director of the Department of Energy’s Advanced Manufacturing Office; Dr. Luke Robins, President, Peninsula College; Dr. Craig Blue, IACMI-The Composites Institute CEO; Robert Larsen, CRTC CEO
(Back L-R): Colleen McAleer, Port of Port Angeles President; Maria Cantwell, State of Washington Senator; Brian Bonlender, Washington State Department of Commerce Director

NEWS […]

Pioneering Partnerships Announced for Composite Recycling2017-01-19T05:38:57-07:00