At surface level, the term “Zero Waste” is a pretty simple concept Reduce, reuse, recycle and compost, all with the goal of sending nothing to the landfill. If you followed the first, more straightforward approach to Zero Waste. That you might continue to purchase all of your goods as food, cleaners, cosmetics, clothes. As you
Look for reusable alternatives to what you consume. Every time you use something just once (i.e. a single use item) before throwing it away. Consider whether or not there is a reusable alternative. For example, wax wraps can be used instead of plastic wrap. Reusable containers replace Ziploc bags. You can do away with straws
Recycle. Sound obvious, right! If you’re reading this, you’re probably already curbside recycling. But, take the time to it right! Here is a comprehensive guide to recycling to get you started. Then, move to recycle your “hard to recycle” waste. Bring all plastic film to grocery store drop-offs. Take electronics and toner to an appropriate
The first two goals share a vision of the future we want for plastics packaging, and they are that: 100% of plastics packaging will be reused, recycled, or recovered by 2040. And that 100% of plastics packaging will be recyclable or recoverable by 2030. Those who follow plastics recycling know this is a tall order.
The right Recycle packaging helps companies expand online sales and boost customer loyalty In 2019, ecommerce was responsible for around $2.3 trillion in sales. It’s expected to hit $4.5 trillion in 2021 (according to a Statista report). It is the first message that you send to your clients when he receives its order. So, packaging
What plastics can become? As landfills continue to grow, we need to find a solution and recycle. Plastics can often be confusing because there are so many different types of plastics on the market, and these different types cannot be mixed when they are recycled into new products. In addition, some products made from the same
Max Craipeau, CEO of Greencore Resources in Hong Kong (previously known as Maxco Industries (HK) Limited), has been appointed as new Chairman of the organisation’s Tyres and Rubber Committee of the BIR.
THE FINANCIAL TIMES As for the traders, while many have gone bankrupt or left the industry, a few have Capitalised on the change. One of these is Max Craipeau, The Hong Kong Based trader who has shifted his focus to selling plastic pellets – which are not covered by the waste ban – back into