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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 research, headed by W.H. Carothers, centered on what became nylon, the first synthetic fiber. Soon after, in the years 1939-41, British research chemists took interest in the du Pont studies and conducted their own research in the laboratories of Calico Printers Association, Ltd. This work resulted in the creation of the polyester fiber known

Manufacturing of Polyester Staple Fiber

Check this video below to find out about the manufacturing process of polyester staple fiber. If you are a manufacturer of PSF, check this website https://www.naraloca.com Nara Loca Abadi is a recycled plastic specialist that concerned about the earth and environment by promoting the use of recycled PET flakes, recycled PET, recycled PP & HDPE granules to various plastic and polyester manufacturers. #CreatingNewLife #Recycled #Polyester #RecycledPET #RecycledPolyester #Polyes

How to Start A Plastic Recycling Business?

Plastic is a polymer known to be a non-biodegradable substance which is hazardous for the surrounding. Plastic cannot be decomposed by natural means unlike the biodegradable substances. The present world we live in is surrounded with billions of plastic products. If we recount that how many things we have used today we may easily find that most of things we have come around is made up of plastic. Thus, recycling of plastic bottles and other products provide us with huge busin

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, issue of the Wall Street Journal carried the headline, “Recycling Firms Hit by Crushing Economics,” and wrote in a sub-headline, “plunging prices for scrap paper, plastics prompt cities to send some items to landfills.” The WSJ article by Bob Tita quoted James Warner, CEO of the Solid Waste Management Authority in Lancaster County, PA: “Recyclin

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 the earth and environment by promoting the use of recycled PET flakes, recycled PET, recycled PP & HDPE granules to various plastic and polyester manufacturers. #CreatingNewLife #Recycled #Polyester #RecycledPET #RecycledPolyester #Polyester

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 monomer (a type of molecule) can leach into foods and is a possible human carcinogen, while styrene oxide is classified as a probable carcinogen. The material was long on environmentalists' hit lists for dispersing widely across the landscape, and for being notoriously difficult to recycle. Most places still don't accept it in foam forms beca

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 accepted by recyclers. Read more about PP Plastic in this blog https://www.naraloca.com/post/plastic-recycling-symbol-no-5. This video below show how recycling PP plastic works. https://www.naraloca.com is a recycled plastic specialist that concerned about the earth and environment by promoting the use of recycled PET flakes, recycled PET, r

Recycling LDPE Film

LDPE Film are found in many agriculture film. It cost much to clean these kind of film before recycle it. Also read https://www.naraloca.com/post/plastic-recycling-symbol-no-4. This video below shows how LDPE film being recycled. Nara Loca Abadi is a recycled plastic specialist that concerned about the earth and environment by promoting the use of recycled PET flakes, recycled PET, recycled PP & HDPE granules to various plastic and polyester manufacturers. #CreatingNewLife #R

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 because contamination can render a batch of materials unsuitable for reprocessing. Sorting is done manually or with machines using technology that recognises different sorts of plastic. Sorting machines are used to identify and separate large amounts of plastic. Advanced sorting machines come with infrared, x-ray or other cutting-edge sensors

Challenges of Recycled Polyester

Stemming from stories about the effect of plastic pollution on animals to microplastics in the Marianas Trench, awareness is growing about the impact of plastic waste on the environment. This, plus awareness of sustainable materials, has led to increased consumer adoption of environmentally friendly products with special attention given to polyethylene terephthalate (PET), also known as polyester. In addition to the waste and pollution aspects of plastics such as PET, the red

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 humanity created these toxic islands. Where are they located? There are several garbage islands in the ocean and the most "popular" of them is the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. The size cannot be pinned down since it’s constantly growing. The island is made up of pelagic plastic, debris and chemical sludge which got trapped in the North Pacif

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 open spaces. Annually eight millions tons of plastic waste ends up in the oceans. As a result of this, for instance, a young whale in the Philippines died from 'gastric shock' after eating 40 kg of plastic bags, she washed ashore on March 16, 2019. This is just one of several examples of whales ingesting plastic. Images of storks wrapped in pla

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 PET are diverse. They include, but are not limited to: - the cost of competing raw materials and virgin resin - the availability and value of off-spec resin - the quality, quantity, and yield of the material collected - costs associated with collection, transportation, sorting, cleaning and washing; - and a diversity of end uses. A proclama

Should we use more recycled materials in PET bottles?

Yes, we should be using recycled PET in bottle applications. Although it may not be obvious to all, there’s been a sea change in the world of waste. I’m referring to the understanding that there must and will be shared responsibility for evolving solutions by all those involved in creating what we’ve historically called “waste.” This means that manufacturers, retailers, consumers, recyclers and haulers will have a hand in the evolution and implementation of practices that max

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 cheap, so it's found in plenty of products and packaging. Because chlorine is part of PVC, it can result in the release of highly dangerous dioxins during manufacturing. Remember to never burn PVC, because it releases toxins. Also read https://www.naraloca.com/post/plastic-recycling-symbol-no-3 This video below will show how PVC pipe being re

Recycling HDPE Using Pelletizer

HDPE (High Density Polyethylene) is very recyclable. It can be found in milk jugs, shopping bags, etc. Read this blog to find out more https://www.naraloca.com/post/plastic-recycling-symbol-no-2 This video below will shows how HDPE being recycled using pelletizer. https://www.naraloca.com is a recycled plastic specialist that concerned about the earth and environment by promoting the use of recycled PET flakes, recycled PET chips, recycled PP & HDPE granules to various plasti

How to Recycle PET Plastic into Polyester?

PET plastic is very recyclable. It can be recycled into many forms. PET plastic's symbol is no 1. Here's a video that shows how to recycle PET plastic into polyester: Nara Loca Abadi is a recycled plastic specialist that concerned about the earth and environment by promoting the use of recycled PET flakes, recycled PET chips, recycled PP & HDPE granules to various plastic and polyester manufacturers. #CreatingNewLife #Recycled #Polyester #RecycledPET #RecycledPolyester #Poly

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