Danone and Re>Pal in partnership

At our Open Day I am pleased to say that Bu Vera Galuh Sugijanto of Danone-AQUA signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with us, so that Re>Pal can convert the Danone-AQUA OPP plastic label waste into pallets. Under the MOU, Danone-AQUA will be supplying its AQUA label from Danone’s bottle separation facility also in Pasuruan. Where Re>Pal supplies pallets to Danone, these pallets will carry up to a maximum of 25% [...]

Reclaim Recycle Reinvent – Factory Open Day

Instead of Reduce Recycle Reuse, we have repurposed this famous “3R” phrase to represent how Re>Pal adds value and it was with great pleasure that we hosted our open day at the Pasuruan factory for interested partners, clients and also prospective clients. It was great to see the excitement from everyone attending as they saw the reprocessing of the mixed waste stream from raw and dirty plastic into clean, shredded, pelletised [...]

Waste in the news (again)

There doesn’t seem to be a day go by when waste is not in the news. It was encouraging to hear the Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison look to set aside A$100m from the Australian Federal Government to #kickstartrecycling infrastructure in Australia and to also support the States in doing so. Hopefully this will lift the amount of plastic waste recycled from the current 12% level in Australia today. Australian originated [...]

Re>Pal Factory Open Day

I’m delighted to say that we are opening the doors of the factory on September 12 to those interested to see how we Reclaim, Recycle and Reinvent waste plastics. We won’t have rides or amusements, just a team dedicated to processing plastic and saving it from landfill. We will show you the various processes from washing, drying, pelletising, extruding and making the Re>Pal 100% ‘zero waste’ plastic pallets; as well as [...]

For whom the rubbish tolls

While I was in Bangkok for the Siam Cement Group visit, reading the Bangkok Post I came across this article. For me it neatly summarises the challenges in the region on waste collection, politics and the economy. Waste is something that Governments, companies and households need to get right. The debate in Thailand is about increasing the garbage collection fees for households, which as you can see from the article is [...]

Siam Cement Group; cementing new practises in Rayong!

This month I was fortunate enough to be invited to join a delegation from Indonesia, headed by Dr Safri Burhanuddin,  Deputy Minister at Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs, Indonesia to attend the Circular Economy conference organised by Siam Cement Group (SCG) in Bangkok and visit a waste to energy plant in Rayong Province. Afterwards we visited a community which had been set-up by the PPP in which SCG was involved and [...]

ITSCL – Indonesia Transport Supply Chain & Logistics – 2019

We will be Exhibiting at ITSCL (Indonesia Transport Supply Chain & Logistics) 2019. Come and visit our stand to learn more about our 100% recycled plastic pallets and how we can help reduce plastic waste in Indonesia. 16 - 18 OCTOBER 2019, JL-EXPO, KEMAYORAN - CHANGE THE WAY YOU LOOK AT LOGISTICS VISIT ITSCL

RFID testing in Re>Pal pallets a success

Re>Pal recently successfully tested using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags in its pallets at a live test in the Pasuruan factory. RFID technology has been around since the early 1980’s and is an increasingly popular technique for identifying objects. We tested using read-write/ write once passive tags that are then read by a high-powered scanner with the results fed into a warehouse management system (WMS) from the tag provider. We tested [...]

Indonesia Development Forum

I was pleased to be invited to the recent Indonesia Development Forum at the Jakarta Convention Centre, this event was originally started with help from the Australian Government. Our Ambassador to Indonesia, Mr Gary Quinlan was present along with many Ministers from Indonesia. Pak Bambang Brodjonegoro, Minister of National Planning and Development gave a fantastic address, sounding confident in addressing head-on the issues of corruption in Indonesia. He and Pak Airlangga [...]

Circular economy collaboration between Dynapack and Re>Pal

I am delighted to say that one of the leading South East Asian plastic bottling and packaging companies, Dynapack, has expanded its relationship with Re>Pal to improve the circularity of plastic used in its manufacturing process. The Dynapack Group has been a customer of Re>Pal for a year or so now, using our NSP1210 pallet, and in this time the relationship between us has expanded to encompass other Dynapack operations including [...]

Parex Philippines purchases Re>Pal HD1210 pallets

Also in the Philippines, Parex a fast-growing construction company has purchased Re>Pal’s HD1210 for their warehouses to hold finished goods. Christophe Lejeune, Managing Director / President (pictured), commented “The need for businesses to be eco-friendly and sustainable is increasing. This is because of the realization that going beyond environmental compliance makes good business sense and improves the chances of long-term success. As a member of the Green Building Council in the [...]

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DHL Accredits Re>Pal and selects the NP1210 for its DGF freight forward business

DHL Global Forwarding (DGF), part of the leading global freight courier company DHL, has accredited Re>Pal as a supplier and will be placing orders shortly with Re>Pal to use the NP1210 pallet for its clients exports from the Philippines. Marilyn Fernandes, Manager - VAS Strategic Accounts commented “Corporate Responsibility is the key indicator towards DHL Global Forwarding Strategy 2020. Through this Living Responsibility programme, it’s our approach to create economic, social [...]

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