Turkish Flexible Package and Courier Bag Producer Now Recycles Production Wastes In-house
Global polymer price increase and the obstacles to reach out the resources, push many manufacturers to find alternative solutions. One of the most effective methods is in-house recycling of factory production wastes.
Bag producer in Ecuador uses up to 100% recycled material to reduce cost
Plastic packaging production and demand, as well as recycling, have increased in Latin America. As a result, having machinery that produces high-quality and long-lasting finished goods is critical.
Stretch film plastic recycling machine - How in-house recycling improves pellets reusability?
In-house recycling of stretch wrap, pallet wrap and shrink wrap waste significantly reduces the cost
PP woven sack recycling machine commissioned in Nigeria
One of the leading PP (polypropylene) packaging producers in Nigeria has recently acquired a 85mm Polystar PP woven sack recycling machine. The company focuses on the production of PP woven bags and jumbo bags. On average, the production lines generate 2~3% waste and has been costing too much for the company to send the scraps outside for recycling.
US recycler shares his experience using Polystar
Managing director of the Tennessee-based recycler, Mr. Irvin Payne, shares his own experience with Polystar recycling extruder:
Raffia producer now recycles in one step
Post-industrial recycling of PP raffia, woven sacks, tapes, non-woven/woven could be challenging at times for some producers due to the following reasons:
Air-cooling pelletizer increases reusability % back to bag production
The air-cooled pelletizing recycling machine Repro-Air has proven to be a big cost-saver for two of the largest bag producers located in Solo, Indonesia – Cahaya Kharisma and Djerapah Plastindo. According to the well-known HD and LDPE bag producers, the air-pelletizing technology is even better than water-cooled recycling machines for some applications.
Fast machine delivery and simple installation - a clear advantage for South African customers
Multiple sets of recycling pelletizing extruders Repro-Flex have been installed in South Africa in the year of 2020, mainly for film producers and bag converters of LDPE, HDPE, PP and BOPP who process their post-industrial (factory) waste in-house.
Sweden Post-Consumer Recycler Intelligent Recycling with POLYSTAR Repro-Direct
The Sweden reputed recycler, which is the professional recycler and collects plastics from waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) and other products from the automotive sector such as bumpers, battery packs, engine piping, etc.
Japanese recycler increases efficiency and production in pelletizing
With the effect of POLYSTAR’s recycling machine running in Japanese market successfully , the reputed recycler who is located at Ibaraki Japan decide to go with POLYSTAR . Established in 1963, the customer devote himself as the professional recycler. They purchased the post-industrial and post-consumer grade waste from all sectors of economy, including the blown film extrusion industry, food packaging film industry, injection molding and blown molding industry. That is made possible by consisting of five recycling line in their facilities and should be able to expand their business scale in the near future.
POLYSTAR extruder + FIMIC Filter – simple solution for post-consumer recycling
The need of a more automatic, self-cleaning filter to reduce labor cost and improve efficiency has been a key factor for professional post-consumer recyclers, for applications such as paper label removal and milk/shampoo bottles. However, most of the solutions available in the market today have a very high initial investment cost and even higher maintenance cost that follow (mainly because of expensive spare parts), which could be challenging as the operation cost remains high and the return on investment is too slow.
Post-consumer recycling (PE/PP) growing in Russia
Post-consumer recycling requires several processing steps such as sorting (material separation), size reduction, washing, drying and pelletizing in order to achieve good quality recycled pellets as the end product. See a brief video introduction: https://youtu.be/PTxRV8PKAlQ