New Team Members

Tuesday 14th February  2016 We are delighted to welcome new members to the business to lead and grow Re>Pal. This year we are not only expanding in Production and Operations in Indonesia, but we also expanding our business in overseas (China and South East Asia). Welcome Dyah Utami Widyawati, as Project Coordinator – based in Bali (1 Nov 2016) Febry Zella, as HR Manager – based in Bali (7 Nov [...]

Ocean Acidification

Tuesday 13th December  2016 Historically, the ocean has absorbed approximately a quarter of all CO2 released into the atmosphere by humans since the start of the industrial revolution, resulting in a 26 percent increase in the acidity of the ocean, according to a 2013 report for policymakers by the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (IGBP). Global warming and ocean acidification will compromise carbonate accretion, with corals becoming increasingly rare on reef systems. These coral reductions [...]

The Swedish Recycling Revolution

Tuesday 6th December  2016 Less than one per cent of Sweden’s household waste ends up as landfill. The other 99 percent is recycled in different ways. This is being referred to as The Swedish Recycling Revolution as the rapid increase in environmental awareness and recycling over the last 3 decades has led to somewhat of a ‘revolution’. In 1975 only 38 per cent of household waste was recycled. Sweden has managed [...]

Continued Partner Expansion, TPI Enterprises Australia

Friday 2nd December  2016 TPI one of Australia’s significant seed exporters and Re>Pal continue to expand their business partnership. Following the completion of trials, and the successful delivery of repeat orders, TPI shared their feedback on the performance of Re>Pal’s products; “We are delighted to be able to use Re-Pal’s 100% recycled mixed waste plastic pallets for our export distribution. Re-Pal’s Nestable pallets have proven to be highly cost effective, [...]

PT Mukim Wholesale Indonesia

Friday 2nd December  2016 Mukim a large Indonesia based wholesale company, with operations in Java and neighbouring islands, continues to expand their partnership with Re>Pal. Throughout all 2016, as the performance of Re>Pal’s pallets continued to prove their strength and functional applicability, Mukim has steadily increased their repeat order volumes. Re>Pal’s Indonesia Sales Manager; Dhimas Etmiadji summed it up: “PT Mukim’s use of our pallets in their domestic island supply [...]

The Dutch Environment Minister visits Re>Pal’s International’s Bali Factory

Friday 2nd December  2016 Re>Pal was delighted to welcome Ms. Sharon Djiksma the Dutch Minister of the Environment, and her delegation to Re-Pal’s ThermoFusion factory in Bali on November 24 2016. The Netherlands are actively engaged with the Indonesian Government in improving the country’s plastic and other waste management practices.The delegation were extremely impressed with the ThermoFusion technology, and very engaged in discussions around the widespread applicability of the technology [...]

Re>Pal’s Regional Expansion

Friday 2nd December  2016 Re>Pal is pleased to announce that a major regional expansion has kicked off with key appointments in South East Asia, China and The United Arab Emirates. Kobbin Nathan has joined the team as Regional Sales Manager for S.E Asia at the end of November. Kobbin has 20 years’ experience in the pallet business, bringing to the team a wealth of experience and knowledge both in supply [...]

COP22 – The Marrakech Climate Meeting

Wednesday 23rd November 2016 For the last two weeks Heads of State, Government, and Delegations gathered in Marrakech for the High-Level Segment of the 22nd Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. The meeting was a follow on from the landmark COP21 Paris Climate Change meeting, where the target to limit global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees above pre-industrial levels was agreed. [...]

Australian National Recycling Week 7th – 13th November

Monday 14th November 2016 Australian National Recycling Week brings a national focus to the environmental benefits of recycling. Now in its 20th year, this established and highly regarded annual campaign continues to educate and stimulate behaviour change by: promoting kerbside, industrial and community recycling initiatives giving people the tools to minimise waste and manage material resources responsibly at home, work and school ·        Planet Ark's National Recycling Week (7th -13th November [...]

Company Directors Face Penalties for Ignoring Climate Change

Wednesday 9th November 2016 In a landmark move, some of Australia’s top regulators, legal experts and top company executives have backed a warning to listed company boards to factor climate related business risks in to their decision making or risk breaching their duties under the Corporations Act. More than 30 senior business leaders, legal experts, fund managers and regulators gathered to consider a new legal opinion on how corporate law [...]

Lifecycle Assessments. How do we measure the sustainability of a product?

Tuesday 4th October 2016 Determining how Sustainable a product is can be a complex and challenging task. While there are several methods for assessing the environmental and social impacts of a product, it is widely agreed among Sustainability experts that the most accurate and reliable measure is to undertake a Lifecycle Assessment (LCA). A Lifecycle Assessment is a complex technique used to assess the environmental impacts with all stages of [...]

eXXpedition: Making the Unseen Seen

Wednesday 21st September 2016 eXXpedition is a series of all women sea voyages to make the unseen seen, from the toxics in our bodies to the toxics in our seas. On the 16th of November 2014 eXXpedition, led by Skipper Emily Penn, launched the first mission with a crew of 14 women setting sail across the Atlantic Ocean in search of answers relating to the health of our environment and [...]

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