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What is Plastic Recycling?

Plastic recycling is the process of collecting and processing plastic waste into new and valuable products. This crucial environmental practice not only diverts plastics from landfills and oceans, where they can cause significant harm, but also reduces the need to extract and process raw materials, saving energy and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. By giving plastic materials a second life, recycling helps to minimise the global plastic footprint and supports a more sustainable, circular economy.

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Why Choose BNL for Plastic Recycling in Singapore?

Choosing BNL for your plastic recycling needs means trusting Singapore’s leading recycling company to make a tangible difference. We offer comprehensive solutions tailored to meet the needs of businesses and communities alike, ensuring that your plastic waste contributes positively to our shared vision for a sustainable future.

Certified Carbon Neutrality and Environmental Commitment

BNL is proud to be recognised for our carbon neutrality, reflecting our deep commitment to the environment. This certification signifies our ongoing efforts to minimise our carbon footprint and that of our clients, contributing to a greener Singapore.

Transparency and Traceability in Recycling Processes

We prioritise transparency and traceability in all our recycling processes, allowing clients to follow their plastic waste from collection to recycling. This openness builds trust and ensures that we maintain high standards of accountability and environmental stewardship.

Diverse Range of Accepted Plastic Materials

Understanding the complexities of plastic waste, BNL accepts a wide variety of plastic materials for recycling. This inclusivity ensures that more plastic waste can be diverted from landfills and repurposed into new products, supporting a more sustainable future.

Plastic Recycling Methods & Processes

Our approach to plastic recycling is tailored to meet the unique challenges of managing plastic waste in Singapore. Leveraging a blend of traditional and cutting-edge technologies, we are committed to enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of plastic material recovery and reuse.

Mechanical Recycling Techniques

Our mechanical recycling process involves grinding, washing, and remelting plastic waste to produce new plastic products. This method is highly effective for recycling common types of plastic, such as PET bottles and HDPE containers. By transforming these materials into new items, we extend the lifecycle of plastic resources and contribute to reducing the demand for new plastic production.

Chemical Recycling Technologies

Chemical recycling allows us to break down plastics at the molecular level to create new polymers that are of equivalent quality to virgin materials. This technology enables the recycling of plastics that are more difficult to process, such as mixed plastics or contaminated materials. Through chemical recycling, we can unlock the full potential of plastic waste as a resource, supporting a broader range of recycling possibilities.

Pyrolysis and Depolymerization Processes

Pyrolysis converts plastic waste into fuel, while depolymerization breaks polymers down into their monomers, which can be repurposed to produce new plastics. These processes offer innovative solutions for recycling plastics that are not suitable for mechanical recycling, helping to divert more waste from landfills and reduce the environmental impact of plastic disposal.

Biological Degradation and Bioplastics Recycling

We are exploring the potential of biological processes to degrade and recycle bioplastics. By utilising microorganisms and enzymes capable of breaking down biodegradable plastics, we leverage this approach to complement our existing recycling methods. It represents our commitment to finding sustainable solutions for all types of plastic waste, including those designed to be more environmentally friendly from the outset.

Innovative Sorting and Separation Technologies

To ensure the highest quality of recycled plastic, our company invests in advanced sorting and separation technologies. These systems enable us to accurately identify and separate different types of plastic materials, ensuring that they are recycled appropriately. This precision not only improves the efficiency of our recycling processes but also the quality of the recycled products we produce, supporting a more sustainable and circular plastic economy.

Other Recycling Services

In addition to our comprehensive plastic recycling initiatives, we offer a wide array of other recycling services designed to meet the diverse needs of Singapore’s community. From wood waste recycling, which helps conserve natural forests, to metal recycling, aimed at reducing the demand for virgin mining resources, our company’s efforts span across various materials.

Book an Appointment for Plastic Recycling with Our Sales Specialists

Let’s create a greener future together, one recycled piece at a time.

FAQs about Plastic Recycling in Singapore

After collection, recycled plastics are sorted by type and quality, cleaned, and then processed. They may be mechanically shredded into flakes or pellets and repurposed into new plastic products, ranging from packaging materials to construction items, depending on the recycling method used.

Singapore recycles most types of plastic, including PET (polyethylene terephthalate), HDPE (high-density polyethylene), and PVC (polyvinyl chloride). To prepare them for recycling, rinse and clean the plastics to remove any residue, and remove any non-plastic components like caps and labels where possible.

Yes, Singapore has specific regulations and guidelines to ensure the efficient and environmentally safe recycling of plastics, including the NEA’s Technical Guidelines for the Import and Export of Plastic Waste and the 3R Guidebook for Offices. Companies and individuals are encouraged to follow these guidelines to contribute to effective recycling efforts.

Challenges include contamination of recyclable materials and the presence of non-recyclable plastics in recycling streams. Educating the public on proper recycling practices and investing in advanced sorting and processing technologies can help address these issues, improving the efficiency and effectiveness of recycling programmes.

Yes, there are various incentives and subsidies available to encourage plastic recycling in Singapore. These may include grants for companies investing in recycling technologies – such as NEA’s 3R Fund – and programmes – such as the Beverage Container Return Scheme – that reward individuals and businesses for their recycling efforts.

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