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Plastic Waste management - Creation of jobs  
Improvement of living conditions 

Mountains of plastic waste on land and in water are a major problem in many countries. Plastic waste is considered worthless. We are changing this: We're giving new value to mixed plastic waste!

With our mobile production factory we produce plastic boards from mixed plastic waste. Mixed plastic waste that is not suitable for separation can be recycled, such as multilayer films (packaging material).

The system is installed ready for operation in a 40-foot container and can be easily commissioned on site.    

The recycled panels produced can be used for a wide range of products: floors, walls, raised gardening beds, tables, shelves, enclosures and much more.  They are durable and robust. For example, they are not affected by sea water. When they are no longer needed, they can be recycled. 

In addition, our factory creates jobs not only for the production but also for the sale of the boards and products made from them.   

In a nutshell: The factory and the products made from the panels support to improve local living conditions and promote the circular economy. 

In order for our factory to be successfully put into operation, it must be prepared as a project. Benefit from our project experience so that you can set up a successful production! 

We are happy to advise you and accompany you in your implementation project from the first steps to the daily operation.   

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Reference: Tadweer project in Jordan  
As a first step, Jordan has established the collection of plastic waste in collection points for the very first time. The collected plastic waste is taken to processors, which process the plastic waste to a granulate, for example. This granulate is used by our mobile production factory to produce recycled plastic boards. The sheets are further processed into the locally required products.   

More information about the Tadweer project: