Various packaging materials within the food and beverage industries are usually disposed as incineration waste.
We are now able to recycle your waste materials into valuable new raw materials lowering the CO2 footprint at the same time.
FOOD & BEVERAGE CARTONS
Drinking cartons are often used for milk and juice. The containers often include paper, plastic and aluminium. Each component, if separated in clean fractions, can be utilized in various other industries as new raw material.
Often used for chips, peanuts, coffee and other both dry food products and liquids. The metal inside the plastic packages can now be separated and further recycled into new products, e.g. new packaging materials.
Pre-insulated pipes often have aluminum barriers between various layers of plastic. This can be removed and the plastic can be recycled and used for new products.
Fiber containers are often used as one-time-containers for coffee, soda, juice etc. The containers include both paper and plastic which can be separated and re-used for further purposes.
Multilayered plastic and aluminium is often used in a variety of packaging and industrial materials. Most industries face challenges when it comes to utilization of the waste from their products. That is something we can help out with in a green and efficient way by separating and recycling these materials.
A Fiber Container is usually used for both cold and hot beverages in restaurants or for take away
a chips bag can not be recycled nor reused if not separated into plastic and metal
Pre-insulated pipe is often made with number of plastic layers and aluminium in the outside plastic casing
Multilayered materials are used in a variety of industrial products