A startup called Vadxx Energy is spending more than $20 million to set up a plant in Akron that will use a pioneering method to turn waste plastic into fuel, The Akron Beacon Journal reports. Nurtured in the Akron Global Business Accelerator, the facility will be capable of processing 60 tons of plastic a day, which will "create 300 barrels of petrochemical products used to make diesel fuel and lubricants." Another plastic-to-energy startup, RES Polyflow, is also aiming to begin commercialization in Akron. For more, read the full story.