Shipping in bulk is often more sustainable than shipping packaged goods, as more liquid can be carried in a single container. But how green our flexitank and bulk liquid shipping really is needed independent review.
We guarantee the recyclability of our equipment. We source the polyethylene film, we design the flexitanks, we manufacture all our equipment in our own facilities and aide customers with the recovery and recycling of them.
Chemical or Feedstock Recycling
Recovering plastic waste via mechanical processes (grinding, washing, re-granulating and compounding) turning them into secondary raw material or products. Ideal for flexitanks which have transported wine and some food products
There are 2 main forms: Depolymerisation: breaking down polymers into their monomers for use as a feedstock to make new virgin grade quality polymers – very high quality resultant polymer. Pyrolysis: turning mixed plastic waste into either a naphtha to make fuel or new polymers
A resource recovery method converting waste material into useable heat, electricity, or fuel through a variety of methods including combustion, gasification to generate heat or electricity. For flexitanks which transported non-food products that are more difficult to clean.
Promoting a circular economy means taking steps to recover and reuse the equipment we produce. We collect, repair and refurbish our bulkheads from every flexitank shipment so we can reuse them. Just let us know when to collect them.