The rebirth of plastic bottles
100% recycled rPET films
We stand for Recycling
Producing PET film from recycled bottles for the packaging industry
Plastikon stands for recycling. We believe that waste must be solved collectively. Waste must be recycled, consumption should be reduced and materials with the best attributes has to be selected for circular economy applications. We believe in design with circularity in mind. Waste is a big problem of this century, at Plastikon we have committed to closing the gap on PET by producing recycled rPET films.
We change how people think about waste - This is what we do.
The race between PS and PET
AGILITY AND SPEED
Producing films gives us high versatility and agility when it comes to thermoforming. Our product development team has the flexibility to test and develop new materials for our clients and bring them to market with speed.
Circular economy 2020
Recycling PET bottles
100% recycled films can and will serve as alternatives to films with high virgin material content. In 2020 the industry will move towards increased rPET content in every product possible. EU regulations and packaging trends point in the same direction as more and more people realize the importance of recycling.
Food certified films & theromformed punnets
100% recycled products are starting to show up on store shelves.We believe that rPET is the new trend in food packaging. We can produce 0-100% recycled films for food applications. Lamination gives the option for further layers including PE, EVA, EVOH, PP and other combinations.
Plastic pollution explained
How humans are turning the World into plastics
Plastic pollution is a complex and global issue to be solved. While banning plastics seems to be a good idea, when thoroughly examining the issue we can see there is no easy solution and plastic is still many times the best option. While the industry is trying to figure out the alternative the next decades will have to focus on setting up recycling infrastructure and policies with emphasis on developing nations where most of plastic pollution originates from.
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