Tetra Pak Material successfully trialled!

I am pleased to say that we have recently successfully trialled Tetra Pak material into Re>Pal pallets. This material has been known as being relatively energy intensive to produce, so the fact that we can recycle it, will increase the material’s longevity and therefore spread this energy intensity over the material’s life. We will be able to then re-recycle the material into Re>Pal pallets ad infinitum with other materials or new [...]

UNDP & Kingdom of Denmark focus on Indonesia

I was pleased to be a part of the circular economy event in Jakarta this month where UNDP & Kingdom of Denmark focus on Indonesia signed an agreement for funding an analysis of the circular economy opportunities in Indonesia. In conjunction with companies such as SystemIQ, AlphaBeta and with the Bappenas agency coordinating between ministries I am sure this will be able to add impetus to the recycling and reuse of [...]

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Re>Pal recognised with Global Initiatives Award in Jakarta

I am pleased to say that the past 12 months of hard work by the team at Re>Pal Indonesia has been rewarded with Re>Pal being recognised as “best SME” at the Sustainable Business Awards Indonesia. It was an honour to receive the award from Minister Suharso Monoarfa. These were organised by Global Initiatives, and were judged by PWC, and held in conjunction with Indonesia Council for Sustainable Development (IBCSD). It’s a [...]

Collaboration and Commercialisation

Thanks to the Innovation Network for the invite to represent Re>Pal at a recent gathering in Singapore,in partnership with the NGO Ocean Conservancy, a group of innovative waste and plastic leaders came together to brainstorm solutions for how we can improve recovery rates and provide benefits to the informal collection sector who can be disadvantaged in the process of recovering waste plastics. It was a day of learning and sharing, and [...]

Veolia Services – Recycling in Pasuruan

I was delighted this month when I was at our factory in Pasuruan, to journey all of 2km down the road and get a sneak peek at the new Veolia Services Indonesia recycling facility. Veolia is building a massive PET, or polyethylene terephthalate, bottle-to-bottle recycling and reprocessing factory. Xavier Jean, General Manager and Operations Manager Pak Januar Pribadi gave us an overview of the site. Even if PET is already one [...] – Making a difference

I was pleased to visit the TPS3R KSM Sekar Tanjung in Sanur Kauh, Bali on my way back to Australia just before Christmas. This is a sorting centre, Government owned, which is being supported by is an independent non-profit founded by the global consulting firm McKinsey and Company and is working closely with large multi-national companies to stabilise the demand for recyclables in conjunction with providing advice on waste [...]

Waste initiatives gather pace across Indonesia

I was pleased to be asked to speak at the Digital Waste Solutions and Inaplas’ conference in November, held in Jakarta as well as participate at Circular Economy Foundation seminar session sponsored by Dow Chemical also in Jakarta. Closer to the factory the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management and MVO Netherlands organized a seminar on various initiatives that their Government is leading in conjunction with the Indonesian Authorities to [...]

Nestle Indonesia selects Re>Pal

Nestle Indonesia, the major global food and drinks producer has selected Re>Pal’s HD1210L for its Kejayan and Karawang factories. This is as a part of its drive towards its 2025 goal of using only sustainable packaging in its supply chain. As part of this, Nestle transitions in a phased basis from unsustainable timber pallets to Re>Pal™’s 100% ‘zero waste’ plastic its warehouses. Steve Najoan, Head of Logistics of Nestle Indonesia commented [...]

Share the Re>Pal story

I commend you to share our short video. Being in this role for just over 12 months there is far more interest and excitement in the circular economy than there was when I started. Unfortunately, though there is now far more ‘every-day’ talk about climate change and we see the effects of climate change are also hitting our screens on a more regular basis. Whether there are once-in-a-century floods in Venice happening three [...]

Meeting the PM!

It was with great pleasure that I accepted an invite to attend a BBQ at the Australian Embassy in Jakarta while I was there this month. The Aussies certainly know how to throw a BBQ! It was a great event and to network with many exporters of Australian produce and to also discover many success stories of Australian businesses operating within Indonesia. There is a strong relationship between Indonesia and Australia, [...]

National Geographic features Re>Pal Indonesia

We were delighted to be featured in a National Geographic article on plastic waste discussing the issue specifically regarding Bali.  As you would know, Re>Pal used to have a plant in Bali, this was a successful test plant and following the decision to relocate the factory to Pasuruan in 2016, Bali was closed. Given our connections there and that we do also use waste from Bali, we were featured in this [...]

New 1300×1100 pallet in development

Next month we will be starting a new pallet mold. This is a 1300x1100 sized pallet and is one of the standard sizes for pallets (generally transporting bags). We are looking at the chemical industry for this pallet which generally demands a larger size pallet for transport of their bags. This industry and the food industry too also use square pallets for transport of drums. We are looking to capture a [...]

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