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In a recent article for Forbes, Trevor Nace, geologist, adventurer, and founder of Science Trends, expressed his concern about not recycling plastic.
Worldwide people buy a million plastic bottles per minute and the 91% of them end up in the garbage.
Trying to increase recycling is fundamental for at least two reasons:
· Recycling takes 88% less energy than making plastic from raw materials while helping reducing fossil fuel consumption;
· Diverting discarded plastics from the refuse stream and turning them into new goods （such as Recycled net sponges) keeps these persistent materials out of landfills and the natural environment.That’s why Geoplast has chosen to manufacture regenerated plastic products for the building industry since 1974. Each year over 25.000 tons of recycled plastic material is processed and transformed into solutions which are employed in an amazing variety of projects: from bridges to parking lots, from university buildings to private homes.
The Global Recycle Standard (GRS) was originally developed by Control Union Certifications in 2008 and ownership was passed to the Textile Exchange on 1 January 2011.
The GRS is an international, voluntary, full product standard that sets requirements for third-party certification of recycled content, chain of custody, social and environmental practices and chemical restrictions.
The factory can’t make the Recycled net sponges before passing the GRS certification. Fortunately, TJ(Tengjie commodities Co.,Ltd) got the GRS certification and made lots of 100% recycled net sponges to USA market. In one word,we’re qualified to make the Recycled net sponges.