How to Deal with the Recycled Plastic Bottles?

May. 07, 2020

Statistics show that the world's consumption of plastic bottles per minute is 1 million, and it is expected that this number will increase by 20% by 2021, which means that by 2011, the world's consumption of plastic bottles per minute is 120 Ten thousand. Our company provides a water bottle reverse vending machine.

According to the 64mm diameter of 500ML plastic bottles, the plastic bottles consumed in 8 hours can be connected around the earth in a circle.

In other words, one day of consumption of plastic bottles can go around the earth three times.

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Think about how terrible it is if all these plastics are discarded directly and become garbage.

After these plastic bottles are recycled, they must first be sorted, then crushed, washed, dehydrated, and dried. Then through a single screw or twin-screw extruder to complete the re-granulation, these particles can be used to process other plastic products, or in the processing of plastic products as recycled material in proportion to new materials.

Now the main role after recycling of waste plastics is to use them as recycled materials. Because waste plastics are cheaper than other plastic raw materials, the recycling of waste plastics is placed in the first place. Waste plastic recycling has been widely adopted by modern industries. After recycling, the waste plastics are manually sorted and screened, and then processed and transformed into new plastic products, which have lower production costs than other plastic materials, so they have a competitive advantage in the market.

Generally, the loss of plastic bottles in the process of recycling and granulation is not too large, so plastic bottles have been very popular among many plastic recycling materials, even the labels on the bottles can be separated for granulation.

The issue of plastic recycling is now urgent, and reverse vending machine suppliers remind everyone to use recyclable plastic as much as possible in daily life. After use, it must be properly sorted and delivered to protect the environment!

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