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Very Dense Petroleum is used to create the polyethylene thermoplastic known as polyethylene. HDPE is frequently recycled and transformed into plastic or composite lumber. The Type 2 plastic HDPE is frequently used to create bottles for detergents, bleaches, shampoos, conditioners, milk, motor oil, and soap.
Due to the fact that it won’t leach into the contents of the bottles, HDPE is excellent for blow-molding applications, especially food and beverage containers. HDPE is also recyclable, which makes it a fantastic material for these largely disposable devices.
The global HDPE bottle market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Through enhanced recycling, INEOS and LACTEL collaborate to create the first HDPE milk bottles in the world. A partnership on innovative recycling packaging for dairy products was announced by INEOS and LACTEL.
The Lactel bottles are made using novel, high-quality polymers that can be created through advanced recycling.In order to provide a comprehensive portfolio of circular solutions for the packaging industry, INEOS O&P EUROPE is investing a sizable amount of money. Another significant step in this approach has been made with the collaboration with LACTEL.
Waste plastic is reduced to its fundamental molecules through the application of advanced recycling technology, which is subsequently employed in INEOS production facilities to include recycled resources and substitute conventional fossil-based raw materials.Waste plastic is reduced to its fundamental molecules through the application of advanced recycling technology, which is subsequently employed in INEOS production facilities to include recycled resources and substitute conventional fossil-based raw materials.
LACTEL is the first dairy company to investigate a solution for UHT milk bottles made from circular polyethylene that is developed from post-consumer recycled material in partnership with INEOS.
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