There is a closed recycling loop for milk bottles. That means that after use, consumers throw milk bottles away into purpose-built collection containers. The bottles are then taken to a recycling plant and processed into pellets (PCR material).
Similarly, process-related waste is reused in industrial laminate production. This waste is sorted by type and converted back into new pellets (PIR material).
Our recycled tubes are made from a mixture containing 75% of these recycled, food-compliant plastics.
The reuse of these resources does not result in any leftover renewable resources and reduces the production of new plastics. The empty tube is disposed of in the same recycling stream as a conventional PE tube. Tubes are decorated using solvent-free colors and low-solvent varnishes.
This ocean plastic material is a high quality recycled raw material originating from the marine industry. The fishing and sea ropes are collected after use and re-used in different ways, either as the only material (100%) or mixed as a smaller percentage.
By choosing recycled raw materials, you are helping to close material cycles even further. This also reduces the improper disposal of materials and sea pollution, so that valuable resources are maintained.
We use 100% ocean plastic materials for the cap of the recycled tube.
|Tube||75 % recycled material
25 % HDPE
|Cap||Ocean plastics rPP; matt, only dark colors
Standard cap solutions
|Diameter||19 - 50mm|
|Content||10 - 300ml|
|Gloss and matt varnish|
|Quality||Tube: Food grade
Cap: not food-compliant