Recycling Plastic for a GREEN FUTURE

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HORIZON CAPITAL has deep roots spanning over 15 years in the POLYMER and PLASTIC trading, logistics and import & export industry. We have grown from strength to strength to where we are today. We are committed to continuously seek opportunities which will enable us to spread our wings further.

Our extensive knowledge of the polymer and plastic markets adds value to our RECYCLING BUSINESS.

Plastic recycling refers to the process of recovering waste or scrap plastic and reprocessing the materials into functional and useful products. This activity is known as the plastic recycling process. The goal of recycling plastic is to reduce high rates of plastic pollution while putting less pressure on virgin materials to produce brand new plastic products. This approach helps to conserve resources and diverts plastics from landfills or unintended destinations such as oceans. 

The Need for Recycling Plastic
Plastics are durable, lightweight and inexpensive materials. They can readily be molded into various products which find uses in a plethora of applications. Every year, more than 420 million tons of plastics are manufactured across the globe.1 Consequently, the reuse, recovery and the recycling of plastics are extremely important. 

The Plastic Recycling Process
The simplest of plastic recycling processes involves collecting, sorting, shredding, washing, melting, and pelletizing. The actual particular processes vary based on plastic resin or type of plastic product.

Our recycling facilities use the following two-step process:
Step One: Sorting, shredding and washing plastics automatically to make sure all the contaminants are removed from the plastic to produce clean flakes.

Step Two: Melting down plastics directly into a new shape before being finally processed into granulates.

What Plastics Are Recyclable?
There are six common types of plastics. Following are some typical products you will find for each of plastic:

PS (Polystyrene) – Example: foam hot drink cups, plastic cutlery, containers, and yogurt.

PP (Polypropylene) – Example: lunch boxes, take-out food containers, ice cream containers, ropes, jumbo bags, carpets, camping equipment.

LDPE (Low-density polyethylene) – Example: garbage bins and bags.

PVC (Plasticised Polyvinyl chloride or polyvinyl chloride)—Example: cordial, juice or squeeze bottles.

HDPE (High-density polyethylene) – Example: shampoo containers or milk bottles.

PET (Polyethylene terephthalate) – Example: water and soft drink bottles.

Looking Ahead ......
Recycling is critical to effective end-of-life plastic management. Increasing recycling rates have resulted from greater public awareness and the increased effectiveness of recycling operations. Operational efficiency will be supported by ongoing investment in research and development.

Recycling of a greater range of post-consumer plastic products and packaging will further boost recycling and divert more end-of-life plastic wastes from landfills. Industry and policymakers can also help stimulate recycling activity by requiring or incentivizing the use of recycled resin versus virgin plastics.