EREMA at NPE 2018: Quality in plastics recycling in greater demand than ever

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More and more producers of plastic products are counting on reducing their manufacturing costs through the recycling of clean production waste, as Martin Baumann explains: "Our sales in the recycling of clean production waste are constantly growing. We put this down largely to the increasing demand for high-quality film products and the associated expansion of production capacities," says Martin Baumann. An INTAREMA T 1108 will be in action live at the booth, processing clean LDPE production waste direct and without pre-shredding to make high-quality recyclates.

Additionally, EREMA will be providing details on the world's first rPET Inline Preform system at its booth. SIPA, a leading manufacturer of PET packaging solutions from Italy, joined forces with EREMA to develop a flexible, direct processing solution to make food-contact-compliant preforms from rPET flakes - in a continuous process. For PET processors the pioneering system has both economic and ecological benefits: energy savings, lower logistics and process costs and higher profitability. The Inline Preform system is in full line with the global trend of processing post-consumer PET flakes direct to make sheet, strapping or end products.


Clean LDPE film waste will be processed live at the EREMA booth W1249 on an INTAREMA T 1108 to make high-grade recyclates. Photo credits: EREMA

Besides EREMA itself, the EREMA Group comprises 3S, PURE LOOP (January 2015) and UMAC (beginning of 2016). With EREMA subsidiaries in the USA, China and Russia plus around 50 representatives in all five continents, the EREMA Group has a reliable network to realise customised recycling solutions for international customers. Around 500 people around the world now work for the Austrian company group which is headquartered in Ansfelden near Linz.

Source: EREMA

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