A number of start-up companies are building their companies with technologies focusing on plastic recycling for the better of the environment and the people they serve. Recycling plastic materials could be the next big thing for a start-up removal company too. Let’s take a look at a few of these startups.
How One Company Turns Plastic Waste Into Reusable Packaging
Nexgen Consortium, a US-based company has set a goal of improving and managing the full life cycle of plastic cups to be able to convert all of them into recycling models. The business sets up the Nexgen Cup, an invention challenge that has currently developed twelve solutions for plastic recycling. These have the ability to compost or reuse cups in the home, and the challenge has additionally developed new resources for cup production.
The Good Plastic Co.
The Good Plastic Company, a Dutch start-up company is designing a plastic recycling concept. The idea takes 90% of the current varieties of plastic material that could be recycled. Plastic waste can be changed into 1×1 m panels having a thickness of 5 to 30 mm. The equipment employed for this is super easy to transfer and allow basic plastic recycling straight from the source.
Bio Collection is a start-up company that makes use of chemical techniques to produce technological innovation for the recycling of plastic materials to be able to convert existing plastic materials into the foundations for artificial chemistry as well as artificial biology. Chemically produced from existing plastic products such as bubble wraps, shopping bags, trash bags, and etc., the concept delivers the capability to utilize plastic wastes as an alternative for non-renewable fuels and therefore as a source of eco-friendly resources.
Newtechpoly, a start-up company based in Australia is expanding the patented technology in plastic recycling called Polywaste Technology. The primary difference between poly waste and the regular plastic melt technology is the ability to reuse and convert a range and mix of infected films, rigid (and semi-rigid) plastics from commercial, agricultural, industrial, and even household waste into useful resources. A significant portion of the plastic intended for this are those that land in landfills, incinerated, or just discarded in other ways.
With companies coming forward with new technologies on recycling, this encourages many other smaller companies to go for a big change. Technology has a big impact on society and with the same technology, we can make a better place for the generations to come.