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Mixed Plastics Bottles

Increased plastics recycling is an absolute necessity to reduce natural resource depletion.

Mixed Plastics

Plastics recycling is a powerful mean for fighting marine and land pollution.

Technology will change the current plastics environment problem

PET is positioned as an outstanding packaging material and recognised as environmentally sound

Mixed Plastics Bottles

support and validate innovative packaging solutions from a recycling perspective

PET Flakes

Increased recycling will lead to a decrease in oil consumption and green-house gas emissions, as well as a reduction in the use of valuable natural resources.

Plastics Uses

More than 400 million tonnes of plastic materials are used each year throughout the world with substantial growth. We produce and use 25 times as much as we did 50 years ago. There are about 40-60 different types of plastic and hundreds of varieties within those types. Plastics should be marked to help people identify […]

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Strategic Partnership

MARS RECYCLING PARTNERSHIP. Mars Recycling Group is always looking to grow together with its Strategic Partners.  Strategic Partner could be an Agent / Distributor / Wholesaler / Buyer / Supplier Manufacturer. We invite potential Companies whether in one business line or diversified, to come closer and have a discussion with us regarding different partnership possibilities we may […]

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PET Specification

Clear PET flakes:  o   Bulk density: 300-350 Kg/m3o   Maximum flake size: 10 mmo   Intrinsic viscosity: 0.77 (±0.2) dl/go   Moisture: ≤ 0.7 %o   PVC: < 40 ppmo   PE, PP: < 10 ppmo   Paper/Wood: < 10 ppmo   Glue: < 50 ppmo   Coloured PET flake (not incl. blue): < 800 ppmo   Blue flake content: 10-20 %o   Dust: < 1.0 %o   Aluminium/Metal: < 25 ppm ・         Clear rPET pellets: o   IV: 0.78 Min dl/go   Moisture (after crystallization): […]

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About Us

We are a highly skilled team with years of engineering and design experience. Mars Recycling Technology and its parent company Mars Flexible Packaging Europe Limited in the United Kingdom Registered Company and be a part of the oldest Prabha business Group India; having its diversified business areas of Agriculture, Construction, Manufacturing, Imports, Export and many more… The […]

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Increased plastics recycling is an absolute necessity to reduce natural resource depletion.

Some authorities have instituted limited collections of clean recyclable materials from households, 38.1% Land Fill; means large quantities of plastic materials are still going into the Landfill in the particular general waste stream, needs massive infrastructure to build, if we need to achieve recycling target to reach 52 % by 2017. 

The circular economy is an important tool to challenge energy consumption, resource depletion, and pollution.

The European’s consume 60 Million’s tonnes per annum and the UK consumes more than 6.5 million tonnes of plastic per annum & 61.9 % recovered, 26.3% recycled 35.6 % Energy recovery & 38.1% land-fill each year this includes 50% material exported & recycled overseas Far East China through the primary trading route for material destined for China continued to be via Hong-Kong. Waste collection authorities are coming under severe increasing Government pressure to recycle their waste.

With the increasing cost of landfill and the need to recycle, the collection of waste plastics is becoming a high priority for local councils. With future legislation involving waste plastics recycling is becoming paramount. Some authorities have instituted limited collections of clean recyclable materials from households, 38.1% Land Fill; means large quantities of plastic materials are still going into the Landfill in the particular general waste stream, needs massive infrastructure to build, if we need to achieve recycling target to reach 52 % by 2017. 

With the increasing cost of landfill and the need to recycle, the collection of waste plastics is becoming a high priority for local councils.

A circular economy could increase the efficiency of primary resource consumption in Europe and the world. By conserving materials embodied in high-value products, or returning wastes to the economy as high‑quality secondary raw materials, a circular economy would reduce the demand for primary raw materials. This would help reduce Europe’s dependence on imports, making the procurement chains for many industrial sectors less subject to the price volatility of international commodity markets and supply uncertainty due to scarcity and/or geopolitical factors. ENVIRONMENT AGENCY