More and more manufacturers are turning to "green products". As a result, the interest of manufacturers in PCR plastics is also growing. As one of the pioneers in this field, MGG Polymers is the first point of contact for many well-known producers.
MGG Polymers used the year 2020 to reposition itself on the market. To this end, the sustainability of its own PCR plastics (post-consumer recycled plastics) was placed even more in the focus of its market presence. "We want to make our customers even more aware of the fact that we produce sustainable plastics from Waste of Electric and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) in a quality that can be reused for the production of new equipment," emphasises MGG Polymers Managing Director Slijkhuis.
These are points that speak for MGG Polymers plastics:
1) The raw material comes from the EU market.
2) MGG Polymers does not use fossil raw materials in its production.
3) MGG Polymers produces with green electricity from solar energy and hydropower.
4) The environmentally friendly and sustainable plastics have much more stable prices than virgin plastics, which are dependent on fluctuations in the international oil market.
Some well-known producers appreciate this and use the sustainable PCR plastics to produce components for new electrical appliances. "We are pleased to note that the general public is increasingly interested in the use of PCR plastics for new e-products," says MGG Polymers Managing Director Chris Slijkhuis.