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Plastic boards from mixed plastic waste
cIRCULAR eCONoMY: NeW PRODUCTS MADE FROM MIXED PLASTIC WASTE
We all know the plastic waste problem - worldwide and also in Switzerland. We have enough!
Together with sustainable companies - and those who want to be - we develop innovative products and applications from plastic waste.
The basis are our recycling boards, which are made of 100% mixed plastic waste and can be processed similar to wooden boards. We process different kinds of plastics.
Our boards can be ordered as Outdoor version or as Indoor version
They are made of 100% recycled plastic waste.We use mainly the plastic waste which cannot be separated economically: Packing material (Multi-Layer foils),
PE (Polyethylen), PP (Polypropylen), PS (Polystyrol), PET, etc.
Product launch October 2021
Bird feeders station pickeria
With the PICKERIA you don't just hang a bird feeder in the garden or on the balcony.
You are making a statement about your commitment to the circular economy and waste recycling instead of waste incineration: Our PICKERIA is made from recycled plastic waste. CO2 emissions are also reduced through reuse of plastic waste.
Of course, the PICKERIA is also weather and water resistant.
our contribution to the circular economy for plastics
Every year, about 1 million tons of plastics are used in Switzerland.
Around 780‘000 tons plastic waste is created yearly.
Despite Switzerland being a "reycling country", only 80'000 tons are recycled! (Source: BAFU)
86% = 700'000 tons are incinerated.
For us, mixed plastic waste is recyclable material, not waste.
We produce new boards from them in a closed cycle by applying the "closed-loop method":
Our boards and the applications made from them are returned to the production cycle at the end of their life.
This allows them to be reused "over and over and over again" - no further waste is produced!
We use 30kg of mixed plastic waste per board produced - this is no longer incinerated!
We save 90kg CO 2 per board.
WE ARE SETTING AN EXAMPLE (Video available in German only):