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PET Bottle Scrap

PET Bottle Scrap – Fulfilling Your PET Recycling Needs for Your Production Process

What is PET?

PET (polyethylene terephthalate) is a plastic resin that is commonly used to make water bottles, soda bottles, and other food and beverage containers. While PET bottles are recyclable, many of them end up in landfills or as litter, causing harm to the environment.

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That’s where PET bottle scrap comes in. PET bottle scrap is the material that remains after PET bottles have been recycled. This scrap can be further processed into new PET products, reducing the need for virgin PET resin and decreasing the environmental impact of PET bottle production.

At our company, we specialize in collecting and processing PET bottle scrap. We work with manufacturers, waste management companies, and other organizations to ensure that as much PET bottle scrap as possible is diverted from landfills and put back into the production cycle.

Fully Processed PET Bottle Scrap

Our state-of-the-art facilities are equipped with the latest technology for processing PET bottle scrap. We use a combination of mechanical and chemical processes to break down the scrap into its component parts, which can then be used to make new PET products.

In addition to helping the environment, using PET bottle scrap can also be good for your bottom line. Because recycled PET is cheaper than virgin PET resin, using PET bottle scrap can help businesses save money on raw materials.

If you’re interested in learning more about PET bottle scrap or how our company can help you with your PET recycling needs, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re always happy to answer questions and provide guidance on how to incorporate PET bottle scrap into your production process. Together, we can make a difference for the planet and for your business.

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