Recycled Polypropylene (PP) is sourced from post-consumer waste, such as packaging containers, toys, and other products made from PP. The material is then collected, sorted, cleaned, and melted down to produce a new form of PP pellets.
These pellets are then used to create a range of sustainable packaging products, including containers, bags, and wrapping.
Recycled PP is interesting from a sustainability perspective as it helps to reduce the amount of plastic waste in the environment and conserves resources by using materials that have already been produced. It also creates a closed-loop system, as the end-of-life packaging can be recycled again to create new products, reducing the need for virgin materials and reducing the overall impact on the environment.