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Plastics Recycling Facts
  There are many different types of plastic packaging
 
Bottles | Crates & Pallets | Closures | Disposables | Drums | Food Containers & Trays | Film | EPS Protective Packaging | Intermediate Bulk Containers
 
Using 100 kg of plastics in a car can replace between 200 - 300 kg of traditional materials
 
Plastics fall into two broad categories: thermoplastics such as polyethylene, which can be repeatedly melted down and remoulded and thermo sets such as urea formaldehyde which, once set, cannot be remelted, making them suitable for applications where heat is encountered.
 
Plastics make hygienic and attractive knobs, handles and door facings on cookers; liners, handles and internal fittings on refrigerators and freezers; housings and tops on washing machines and dishwashers.
 
The Construction sector is the second highest user of plastics after packaging.
 

The stylish appearance of modern VCRs, CD players, DVD systems, Personal Computers and TV sets owes much to the design freedom granted by plastics.

 
Plastics in construction are mainly used for seals, profiles (windows and doors), pipes, cables, floor coverings, and insulation. Potentially, plastics have further uses as they do not rot, rust or need regular re-painting, they have strength with lack of weight, they are easily formable, and their light weight enables them to be easily transported and moved on site.
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