Sea Trash to See Treasure

Please review, share and contribute to Newtecpoly’s “Sea Trash to See Treasure” campaign to support our efforts to bring forward the commercialisation of our new and exciting Australian innovation, known as PolyWaste Technology, which has the capacity to recycle co-mingled and contaminated waste plastic film and rigid plastic materials.

Much of this type of material is currently directed to landfill. Sadly, a substantial amount misses the waste stream altogether and finds its way into our waterways and into the ocean.

The beauty of the technology is that it eliminates the need to sort, wash, shred, dry and process the waste into pellets before being able to be recycled. Instead, the PolyWaste Mix and Melt machine processes bundled co-mingled plastic waste into a molten substrate ready for moulding ….. in one simple process ! The savings in energy and handling to recycle is at least $600AUD per tonne !

This is a world first and we’re very excited about the potential applications for cleaning up our waterways, beaches and oceans in addition to recycle post consumer domestic, agricultural and commercial plastic film waste …. All of which are problematic and arguably not viable to recycle using traditional methods.

Looking further ahead, the potential for use in developing economies for humanitarian housing and employment applications are limitless !

Newtecpoly - Sea Trash to See Treasure

Help us to clean up our beaches and bring forward the release of this brilliant new technology to the world.

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