Trialling New Methods of washing plastic at Re>Pal’s wash-plant in Pasuruan

We are in the final stages of testing new methods of washing dirty plastic using our own wash plant. This opens a diversity of sources that offer dirty plastics, instead of using more expensive sources of clean and dry plastic; given we have all of the equipment needed to sort, wash and dry plastic in the Pasuruan plant.

While all of these opportunities will take time to develop, we are opening up conversations with a broader range of resellers and are also including direct channels with waste banks and with the multi-national and Indonesian corporations that we sell pallets to who are keen to improve circularity of waste plastic.

We can help clients improve circularity too through combining this with the Take>Bak scheme for any end of life pallets. The team who have been trialling the new methods of washing plastic are pictured in front of the Re>Pal wash-plant in Pasuruan.

2019-04-16T10:46:47+00:00March 26th, 2019|News|

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