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Only 10 percent is processed, and the oceans contain about 100 million tons.
Plastic waste is one of the most urgent environmental issues of our time.
Plastic or planet:
innovations in recycling
WHAT WE DO
We provide new life for plastic bottles. Many of the solutions are not scalable to a level that would make a noticeable difference, that is why someone needs to take care of it.
OUR MISSION
We provide new life for plastic bottles. Many of the solutions are not scalable to a level that would make a noticeable difference, that is why someone needs to take care of it.
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Switch from plastic wrap to a reusable wax wrap.
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OUR ACHIEVEMENTS
Did you know?
Last year, 5.3 million Americans used 10+ plastic packaging.
Plastic wrap is rarely recycled because it can clog machinery.
Yearly, Americans buy enough plastic film to shrink-wrap Texas.
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What can you do!
Conversion from plastic wrap to reusable wax wrap.
Store leftovers in glass containers instead of plastic.
Cover foods with aluminum foil instead of plastic wrap.
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Scientists around the world want to find out. The plastic “end-of-life challenge” calls for new ways to recycle and reuse plastics endlessly in a closed loop system, so they never become waste. Innovation on that scale would convert the current “make-take-dispose” linear economy into a circular economy, where recycling plastic for eternity is possible. One scientist has made a significant advancement. John Layman, head of material science at Procter & Gamble and chief technologist and founding inventor of PureCycle Technologies.
What is Plastic Waste?
OUR ACHIEVEMENTS
Scientists around the world want to find out. The plastic “end-of-life challenge” calls for new ways to recycle and reuse plastics endlessly in a closed loop system, so they never become waste. Innovation on that scale would convert the current “make-take-dispose” linear economy into a circular economy, where recycling plastic for eternity is possible. One scientist has made a significant advancement. John Layman, head of material science at Procter & Gamble and chief technologist and founding inventor of PureCycle Technologies.
What are recycling capabilities?
What is Plastic Waste?
Scientists around the world want to find out. The plastic “end-of-life challenge” calls for new ways to recycle and reuse plastics endlessly in a closed loop system, so they never become waste. Innovation on that scale would convert the current “make-take-dispose” linear economy into a circular economy, where recycling plastic for eternity is possible. One scientist has made a significant advancement
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What are recycling capabilities?
Scientists around the world want to find out. The plastic “end-of-life challenge” calls for new ways to recycle and reuse plastics endlessly in a closed loop system, so they never become waste. Innovation on that scale would convert the current “make-take-dispose” linear economy into a circular economy, where recycling plastic for eternity is possible. One scientist has made a significant advancement
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What we do
Scientists around the world want to find out. The plastic “end-of-life challenge” calls for new ways to recycle and reuse plastics endlessly in a closed loop system, so they never become waste. Innovation on that scale would convert the current “make-take-dispose” linear economy into a circular economy, where recycling plastic for eternity is possible.
Scientists around the world want to find out. The plastic “end-of-life challenge” calls for new ways to recycle and reuse plastics endlessly in a closed loop system, so they never become waste. Innovation on that scale would convert the current “make-take-dispose” linear economy into a circular economy, where recycling plastic for eternity is possible.
OUR MISSION
Five myths about recycling
LIST 01
No. 1
Recycling uses more energy than making something new.
No. 2
Items must be meticulously sorted for recycling.
No. 3
Products made from recycled content are lower quality.
No. 4
Recyclables just end up in the trash.
No. 5
Recycling should pay for itself.
Five myths about recycling
LIST 02
01. Recycling uses more energy than making something new.
02. Items must be meticulously sorted for recycling.
03. Products made from recycled content are lower quality.
04. Recyclables just end up in the trash.
05. Recycling should pay for itself.
01. Recycling uses more energy than making something new.
02. Items must be meticulously sorted for recycling.
03. Products made from recycled content are lower quality.
04. Recyclables just end up in the trash.
05. Recycling should pay for itself.
TESTIMONIALS
STEPS
6 steps to recycling and zero waste life without plastic
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This is our effort to raise awareness about the global plastic trash crisis. Come to this page often to learn more, find out what you can do to reduce your own single-use plastics and take your pledge.
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Sale of recycled plastic goods. our way out of the problem





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After collection, recyclers send the plastic they have gathered to facilities where they separate the plastics according to types. As you must already know, plastics differ in size, color, thickness, and use. In this process, recycling machines sort plastics based on the properties of the material.
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After sorting plastics, recyclers wash the materials to remove impurities. These impurities in plastic include paper labels, dirt, and particles. Washing plastic also removes glue and additional chemicals that plastic materials may contain.
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This process comes immediately after washing plastics. It is impossible to recycle plastic in its already developed state. There is a need to resize the plastic material to a form that can be recycled. In this fourth process, materials will be put into shredders to reduce the plastic into fragments.
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After resizing has been completed, the next process is to identify and separate plastic materials. In this process, plastic particles undergo testing procedures.
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TEAM
Matias Hansen
Emily Vanven
Co-Founder & Visual Director
Co-Founder & Visual Director
Ann Watson
Peter Sener
Co-Founder & Visual Director
Co-Founder & Visual Director
FAQ
What is Plastic Waste?
We are the leading firm by delivering quality and value to our clients. All our professionals have more than 5 years of legal experiences. We like what we do.
What are recycling capabilities?
Scientists around the world want to find out. The plastic “end-of-life challenge” calls for new ways to recycle and reuse plastics endlessly in a closed loop system, so they never become waste. Innovation on that scale would convert the current “make-take-dispose” linear economy into a circular economy, where recycling plastic for eternity is possible. One scientist has made a significant advancement. John Layman, head of material science at Procter & Gamble and chief technologist and founding inventor of PureCycle Technologies.
What are recycling capabilities?
Our company works according to the principle of individual approach to every client. This method lets us to get success in problems of all levels.
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