Turning Waste Into Money

A world without plastic is almost unimaginable. But where does it all go when we no longer find a use for it?

Brief History of Polyester

In 1926, United States-based E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. began research into very large molecules and synthetic fibers. This early...

Is Recycling A Profitable Business?

The news doesn’t appear to be good for the recycling industry. The front page of the Business & Finance section of the May 14, 2018,...

Dirty Business; Recycling Waste

This video below shows us about the recycling business. https://www.naraloca.com is a recycled plastic specialist that concerned about...

Recycling Polystyrene

PS (polystyrene) can be made into rigid or foam products — in the latter case it is popularly known as the trademark Styrofoam. Styrene...

Recycling PP Plastic

PP (polypropylene) has a high melting point, so it's often chosen for containers that will hold hot liquid. It's gradually becoming more...

Recycling LDPE Film

LDPE Film are found in many agriculture film. It cost much to clean these kind of film before recycle it. Also...

How is Plastic Recycled?

Stage 1: Sorting When plastic items are taken to a recycling facility, they are first sorted according to plastic type. This is crucial...

Challenges of Recycled Polyester

Stemming from stories about the effect of plastic pollution on animals to microplastics in the Marianas Trench, awareness is growing...

Island of Garbage in Our Ocean

The rise in population has increased the amount of garbage that we generate. Sadly, inefficient waste management and the indifference of...

Dealing with Plastic Waste since 1950s

An estimated 8.3 billion tons of plastic have been produced since the early 1950s, with 60 percent of it ending up in landfills or in...

More Recycled PET in Containers

Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles don’t need to be recycled back into PET bottles. Market forces that affect the value of recycled...

Recycling PVC Pipe

PVC (polyvinyl chloride) and V (vinyl) is tough and weathers well, so it's commonly used for things like piping and siding. PVC is also...