British company will recycle L'Oreal plastic bottles

The British company RPC and the L'Oreal Paris Group reached a cooperation agreement to produce recycled high-density polyethylene plastic bottles.

The high-density polyethylene plastic bottles recovered from the end consumers will be remanufactured by the Spanish supplier RPC, the first supplier in Europe. Currently, L'Oreal has reached an agreement to regularly supply plastic bottles for recycling.

The US professional hair care brand Redken has a 50% recycling supply on high-density polyethylene packaging bottles. The bottles made from recycled materials are put back into use. Each year, 50 tons of raw materials are transferred from raw materials to recycled materials. The new trend is to continue to use recycled materials, and L'Oreal Paris has made a firm commitment to the use of recycled materials.

In addition, Lederken's high-density polyethylene bottles will now use closures made from recycled polymers. General Manager Peelb Valley said: 'The latest developments highlight how much the UK RPC cares about design. Continuous packaging solutions. '

Founded in 1991, RPC is a global design and manufacturing company specializing in polymer conversion for the packaging and non-packaging markets. The company has several centers of excellence around the world to provide quality service and support to its customers. The company has a professional With 32 design engineering centers, combined with its manufacturing capabilities, RPC's operations in the end market are diversified. The company is committed to expanding its European successes to the Americas and Asia (especially China) markets, providing the plastic packaging industry. A quality choice.

High-density polyethylene is a kind of high-crystallinity, non-polar thermoplastic resin. The original HDPE has a milky white appearance and a semi-transparent shape in a thin section. The polymer is non-hygroscopic and has good water vapor resistance. Can be used for packaging purposes. HDPE has good electrical properties, especially high dielectric strength.

High-density polyethylene is the fastest growing segment of the recycling market for plastics. This is mainly due to its ease of reprocessing, minimal degradation characteristics and its extensive use in packaging applications. The main recycling is 25% as recycled material. For example, post-consumer recyclables, after reprocessing with pure high-density polyethylene, are used to make bottles that are not in contact with food.