No less than 280 000 ton of plastic was recycled and diverted from landfill last year. That is 20 % of all plastics manufactured in South Africa. Results were released during Clean-Up and Recycle SA week. This equates to a 4.1 % increase on the previous years .
The survey continues to give an excellent picture of the flow of plastics products in South Africa, the state of the plastics recycling industry and the recyclate markets. The survey is seen as a .
Extrustion and Recycling Green Planet Recycling is a plastic recycling and extrusion business, specialising in the manufacture and supply of high quality recycled HDPE (High Density Polyethylene), PP (Polypropylene) and LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene .
The South African Plastics Recycling Organisation (SAPRO) represents the plastics re-processors in South Africa. Its members procure sorted, baled end-of-life plastics and re-process it into material. The recycled material can be used to manufacture new .
After almost a year in South Africa, I thought that it was about time that I shared some African recycling experiences with EcoStreet readers. Not all of these recycled objects are from South Africa, some are from West and East
National Recycling Forum, Recycling South Africa Home About the NRF Legislation Events Links Members Contact us Cans Glass Paper Plastic Oil E-waste Drums Aerosols Want to Recycle Plastic Download RAG recycling leaflet Who to Contact POLYCO .
PETCO, the South African PET Plastic Recycling Company, Cape Town, South Africa. 16,776 likes · 608 talking about this · 1 was here. PETCO is the. Jump to Sections of this page .
Plastics SA represents the plastics industry in South Africa, including polymer producers, converters and recyclers. CLOSE Home about us faq MediaRoom contact us Where to Recycle .
South African Plastics Recycling Organisation Official spokes body of the recyclers / reprocessors Since Apr 2008 Funded by members (37) Section 21 company 3 Annabé Pretorius .
In Pretoria, one resident is busy transforming South Africa's recycling industry by re-using post-consumer polystyrene and turning it into decorative picture frames and moldings.
2. Thato Kgatlhanye & Rea Ngwane Repurpose School bags, South Africa Thato and Rea are just 21 and 22 years old respectively. They both founded Repurpose School bags as a green initiative to help hundreds of school children in their local community in .
SAPRO estimates that a maximum of 40% of virgin plastic made in South Africa can be recycled. How organisations can contribute to increased recycling rates In South Africa plastics are either collected directly from homes and businesses or extracted from .