Australia, a polystyrene

Australia, a polystyrene foam recycling companies that, if the company is able to persuade more retailers to recycled EPS waste, the company’s exports to China and South Korea is expected to double. Called Polystyrene Recycling Queensland (hereinafter referred to as PRQ) provide for the electronic retail stores in northern Queensland and New South Wales the five pellet mill, the EPS waste volume reduction of 66%. Pellets made subsequently to the the PRQ compaction plant, where it is compacted into renewable EPS roundwood exported to Asian countries. PRQ’s owner and general manager of Leo Sines said, PRQ week to the manufacturing enterprises in China and South Korea issued a roundwood container of EPS, weighing up to 17 tons. These manufacturing enterprises EPS roundwood processed into various products, including photo frame mold, hanger, synthetic wood spoon and knife and fork. Sines said: “We formed in China, the demand for secondary use of export markets; Asian markets now purchase all waste we produce.” He has yet to find Australian manufacturers willing to produce the secondary use of EPS products. PRQ exports to China EPS waste has been more than a decade. “Sines said:” In the beginning, we issued a container of scrap exports gradually increased every two months. ” PRQ’s the EPS export volume is expected to double to more organizations to participate in the recycling EPS waste packaging. Sines said, studies have shown that about 75% of the waste generated by electronic products stores EPS, but the recovery is more difficult to persuade retailers. “They only waste seen as the cost of doing business.” He estimated that 2-3% of EPS packaging waste generated by the electronics retailer in Australia, PRQ only renewable. PRQ established EPS manufacturers in Australia found that there is a serious waste disposal problems. In 1992, industry groups Recycling Expanded Polystyrene Australia established specifically to respond to this problem. “Sines said:” The industry enterprises know that polystyrene can be regenerated, but no one to do so. ” Industry associations have now renamed ExpandedPolystyrene Australia, and the establishment of the the regeneration center and a nationwide recycling network, has outlets in most capital cities. The Sines initially responsible for the management of PRQ, after buy it from the hands of the Expanded Polystyrene Australia. PRQ part of his company Global Interests Pty. Ltd., the trading name of Carton Warehouse. The company sells new and used packaging Carton, a major supplier of fruits and vegetables industry, including polystyrene boxes and plastic pallets. In 2008, PRQ Queensland Government to develop a prototype of a pellet mill for enterprises used to compress the EPS waste. These five pellet mill is currently being installed in GoodGuys Discount Warehouses (Australia) Pty.Ltd. Stores. The in Melbourne GoodGuys is a large electrical chain with nearly 100 stores, its stores throughout Australia and New Zealand. PRQ twice a week to the store to recycle EPS waste after granulation and bagging. PRQ is also a recycling center, is responsible for recycling from fruits and vegetables, and seafood retailers and pharmacies EPS. The company’s factory annually renewable 882000-110 million pounds (400-500 tons) of waste. Sines said: “So far, we have processed more than 10.5 million cubic feet of EPS from landfill, but we have them all renewable.” He said Queensland state alone per year is necessary to generate more than 24 million pounds (11,000 tons) of EPS. He said: “About half of the EPS is used for building and construction purposes, but the remaining material if you do not give us recycle, and ultimately will be disposed of to landfill

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