Closed loop recycling is a system where the waste material of one process (like the unwrapping of pallet stretch film) is used in the production of another (like new can liners and pallet sheets).
Let’s take a closer look at the three main steps involved in a self-sustaining, closed-loop recycling system:
Closed loop recycling starts with the collection of your facility’s scrap plastic stretch film. AAA Polymer will help you establish a recycling program and pay you cash under certain market conditions.
Once collected, your plastic scraps are processed and turned into plastic pellets or resin. The resin is then used by manufacturers to create new products, which takes us to the final step.
Close the loop on recycling by purchasing products made with recycled materials. For example, AAA Polymer’s post consumer recycled can liners are made with 100% certified Trex Cardinal PCR resins, which can be made from your plastic stretch film scraps and other recycled content.
When businesses close the loop, they also:
Did you know that for every 1,000 tons of materials recycled:
Closed loop recycling — It’s what’s good for business, and better for the environment. Contact AAA Polymer to start your facility’s closed loop recycling.