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TETRA PAK AND AXJO GROUP PLAN TO BUILD NORTHERN EUROPE’S MAIN RECYCLING HUB FOR POLYAL

Tetra Pak and Axjo Group are starting a feasibility study to build a new recycling plant for PolyAl from used beverage cartons in Gislaved, Sweden, with a joint investment of up to €24 million.
The non-fibre component of carton packages, known as PolyAl, designates the layers of polymers and aluminium being used as a barrier against oxygen and humidity to protect food in beverage cartons. Axjo uses recycled PolyAl components from used Tetra Pak packages to create new packaging solutions for the wire and cable industry, such as 3D printing spools. The PolyAl recycling plant is planned to become operational during 2025.
“This marks the start of implementing a completely circular economy for beverage cartons in Sweden, Denmark and Norway, and shows that beverage cartons are a valuable resource that can be utilized over and over again in many applications”, says Alex Henriksen, Managing Director Tetra Pak North Europe.
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  • Videlis Eddie

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    This will surely be good to the environment and will save alot

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    • Joseph Githinji

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      Circular economy is the future. This is the way to reduce carbon footprint and wastages during manufacturing and production.

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      • We Don't Have Time

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        Dear Sven Nilson Your climate love has received over 50 agrees! We have reached out to Axjo Group by email and requested a response. I will keep you updated on any progress! To reach more people and increase the chance of a response, click the Share button above to share the review on your social accounts. For every new member that joins We Don't Have Time from your network, we will plant a tree and attribute it to you! /Adam, We Don't Have Time

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        • Harrison wambui

          49 w

          Recycling will reduce pollution

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          • Ajema Lydiah

            49 w

            recycling will reduce pollution hence clean energy

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            • Hilda Wangui

              49 w

              Recycling will save man _power energy and money hence taking good care of the environment

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              • Edwin wangombe

                49 w

                This will be a game changer I wish other organizations could emulate such partnerships that are beneficial to the planet

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                • rosebellendiritu

                  49 w

                  This sounds very good,it's best to recycle materials for reuse rather than manufacturing afresh everytime.

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                  • mercy nduta

                    49 w

                    Recycling saves energy and prevents extraction of raw materials hence helping to combat climate change.

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                    • Elizabeth Gathigia

                      49 w

                      Great, such environmentally friendly initiatives are much welcomed

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