Rising awareness on the impact of plastics on the environment has strengthened the need for effective and cost-saving recycling technologies that are able to process various types of waste materials. Globally, the recycling equipment & machinery market is expected to grow from US$772.2 million in 2017 to around US$1.3 billion by 2025, according to a report by Fior Markets.
Scrap materials such as discarded PP and PET, among others, are collected from various sources and recycled into materials that can be used as inputs to produce new products, a cycle that meets the circular economy targets. Thus, the need for more advanced and cost-saving recycling machines becomes urgent given the mounting plastic waste.
The developments in plastic recycling machinery and how these can contribute to improve the recycling operations of various companies are the focus of a webinar by BEIER Machinery on December 18, 2020 at 2 p.m. (GMT+8). The event will provide participants with an overview of the company’s recycling machines and their efficient and cost-saving operations.
BEIER Group was founded in 1998 and is now a leading manufacturer of plastics machinery. The BEIER Group’s subsidiary, BEIER Plastic Recycling Machinery Co., Ltd, is a well-known manufacturer of highly efficient recycling machines. With the company’s philosophy of “Quality is our foundation, Credibility is our faith, aspire for win-win “, the BEIER Group has dedicated itself to the development of technology and quality, and now ranks as one of the top 5 plastic extrusion machinery corporations in China. The company has followed the Industry 4.0 and China Industry 2025 trends with its focus on intelligent manufacturing, digitalisation and technological innovation.
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