bottle recycling Articles

  • PET Bottle Washing Line for Domestic PET Bale Material - Case Study

    Successful Project Capacity: 6 tons / hr Application: Bottle to Bottle Area: Asia - China Time: 2018-06 Since the Chinese government announced its ban on the import of plastics, China domestic PET bottle recycling industry has undergone a revolution. Many small PET recycling workshops have been banned. Large domestic groups and factories have invested ...

  • The carbon impact of bottling Australian wine in the UK

    An increasingly hot issue in the UK is the design of bottles and their recycled content, to the point where researchers have begun analysing how much carbon dioxide (CO2) is emitted from bulk-imported wine from Australia compared to its bottling in the UK. The study considers a comparison between using Amcor-designed PET bottles versus typical glass bottles used by UK-based bottlers. One ...

  • UK Bankrupt Recycling Firms Leave Giant Waste Piles With Million Pounds In Collection Expenses

    Has the UK recycling industry fallen prey to a market slump, low oil prices and a decline in product demand? Are we in desperate need for reform? According to The Guardian, 2014-2015 marked a 40% decline in the prices for recycled plastics. That and the recent lowering in oil prices have created a gap between the costs of 'virgin' and recycled plastics, a gap that neither producers, nor ...


    By Fantastic Waste Removal

  • Plastic Recycling Facts

    Plastic recycling is the process of recovering scrap or waste plastics and reprocessing the material into useful productsAccording to the Beverage Marketing Corp, the average American consumed 1.6 gallons of bottled water in 1976. In 2006, that number jumped to 28.3 gallons. Below list some ...


    By Harden Machinery Ltd.

  • CERAM - Final Report - Use of Recycled Glass as a Flux in Vitreous China Sanitaryware.GLA2-008

    Vitreous china sanitaryware is a product manufactured in bulk in the UK (approximately 7,000,000 pieces are produced each year) and this process consumes considerable amounts of raw materials and energy. The project that this report describes, in which recycled bottle glass was used as a major raw material was intended to divert a waste material from normal landfill disposal into use as a ...

  • Six ways recycling can boost small business

    In today’s economy, keeping a small business afloat can seem like an uphill battle. And while recycling is often thought of as a social responsibility rather than a cash-cow, the chasing arrows can often bolster your bottom-line just as much as crunching numbers and cutting back on overhead. Don't believe us? Check out these six ways recycling can help your small business save money and ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • The Harwood Arms - Case Study

    Hidden away in the back streets of Fulham, The Harwood offers award-winning food and wine in a casual and relaxed setting. Championing the very best British produce, The Harwood is currently the only Michelin-starred pub in London. “We used to buy-in relatively high quantities of bottled mineral water, but we became very aware of the environmental and cost implications. It’s not just ...


    By EcoPure Waters

  • What happens to crushed glass from PEL Bottle Crushers

    All of the glass which has been crushed using a PEL bottle crusher is recycled and reprocessed back into bottles. The cullet produced by PEL bottle crushers has been approved by the leading glass manufacturers as a supplier of high quality glass cullet. 85% of the cullet produced is above 8mm and can be reprocessed back into bottles. The glass is crushed to the size of a ...

  • National Mixed Rigid Plastic Bale Composition Study

    Executive Summary - Summer 2015 Overview of the APR Rigid Plastics Recycling Committee The Association of Post Consumer Plastics Recyclers (APR), North America’s largest alliance of plastics reclaimers, represents companies totaling over 94% of the post-consumer plastic recycling processing capacity.   APR is constantly seeking new ways to ...

  • Central ShopRite Makes Recycling Clean and Engaging for Customers - Case Study

    Michigan, USA: For third-generation grocery store owner, James Haines, the grocery business has been a passion and a privilege. As an owner of Central ShopRite for the last 23 years, he has seen what works in his business and what needs improvements. When it comes to container recycling, James has done his share of hand-sorting and packing bottles. Recycling Gets CleanerWhen the Bottle Bill ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH

  • The social impact of liberalisation of plastic bottles in Malta

    This paper analyses the social impact of liberalisation of plastic bottles in Malta, wherein the system of returnable glass bottles has effectively been replaced by a system of disposable plastic bottles. The paper applies concepts such as Ulrich Beck's (1992) 'risk society', and Michael Cahill's (1994) 'consumer society' to the issue under research. A quantitative survey administered in two ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Hanbury Plastic Recycling – Stoke on Trent, UK case study

    CUSTOMER HPR Limited creates high quality plastic feedstock materials, by sorting co-mingled commercial, industrial and post-consumer waste into separated polymer streams of high purity since 2011. HPR Limited process 40,000 tonnes/year of mixed kerbside collected plastic material. SITUATION HPR were looking for a solution to sort efficiently ...

  • Why we need to recycle plastic

    In a recent article for Forbes, Trevor Nace, geologist, adventurer, and founder of Science Trends, expressed his concern about not recycling plastic. Worldwide people buy a million plastic ...


    By Geoplast US Corp.

  • Frimley park hospital NHS foundation trust - case study

    The Challenge: Frimley Park Hospital with its 3500 staff sought to reduce its environmental impact by significantly reducing the amount of waste sent to landfill. The project also sought to encourage people to think about recycling as part of their everyday life. The Solution: The hospital declared itself a 'Recycling Zone'... a collaborative scheme between ...

  • Summary and Conclusions of the Study

    Background and objectives According to 'Affald 21', the Danish national waste plan for the period of 1998-2004 (Ministry of Environment and Energy, 1999) recycling of household waste should be increased over the coming years. The plan is focused on increasing sorting and collection from the households, in which glass is one of the fractions.The first objective of this project is to examine ...


    By 2.-0 LCA consultants

  • Meny Gets Maximum Uptime and Reporting Insights - Case Study

    Sandefjord, NORWAY: Two stores in the Meny supermarket chain in Norway have become the first locations worldwide to implement TOMRA’s new reverse vending notification and guidance app, Notify+Assist. The app gives owners of reverse vending machines (RVMs) greater control and insight into recycling activities at their site. Installed reverse vending system TOMRA ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH

  • Suez Regene Atlantique, France - Case Study

    SUEZ Regene Atlantique is a French plant owned by the SUEZ group which specializes in the recovery and recycling of PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) bottles. During 2013, the company received a sizable strategic investment which was specifically earmarked to modernize and improve its optical sorting process for bottle recycling. This planned upgrade was to be accomplished via the purchase of new ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH

  • How to Plan & Execute an EHS Awareness Day

    A common theme among successful EHS programs is awareness and understanding among employees. Employees need to know what EHS is, why it’s important, and how they can contribute to a healthier and safer work environment. But oftentimes this isn’t the case. According to our research, 72% of employees are ...


    By Antea Group - USA

  • PEI`s new beverage container deposit system

    It's said that change is inevitable in everything, except vending machines. Change has come to Prince Edward Island's long-standing ban on the sale of carbonated beverages sold in non-refillable containers. Fans of refilling -- the most environmentally sustainable beverage container system -- will be sad that this lone hold-out is becoming more like every other jurisdiction. However, they can ...

  • Environmental impact of refillable vs. non–refillable plastic beverage bottles in Norway

    This research compares the environmental impact, in terms of greenhouse gas emissions, of using refillable polyethylene terephthalate (REF–PET) and non–refillable polyethylene terephthalate (NR–PET) bottles in the Norwegian soft drink and carbonated water market. A Microsoft Excel spread sheet was developed in close cooperation with Coca–Cola, Mack, Telemark Springwater, and three of the main ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

Need help finding the right suppliers? Try XPRT Sourcing. Let the XPRTs do the work for you