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RX Polymer is developed by Plaswire for the repurposing of residual packaging, wind turbine blades and other various types of composites.

Between the EU and UK, the disposal of waste through incineration surpasses a staggering 70 million tonnes annually, significantly contributing to the emission of a substantial amount of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) during the process.

Plaswire’s RX Polymer plays a pivotal role in these challenges. Rather than allowing the waste polymers to contribute to the already substantial incineration figures, RX Polymer intercepts theses materials, diverting them from incineration to be repurposed for the creation of sustainable construction products. The process not only prevents the release of additional CO2e associated with incinerating but also substitutes for the use of virgin raw materials in construction product manufacturing.

Plaswire collaborates closely with waste management companies and biodigester operators to implement sustainable circular solutions that go beyond traditional incineration and landfill practices. By repurposing waste polymers into RX Polymer and integrating it into the construction industry, Plaswire is not only reducing the environmental impact of waste disposal but also actively contributing to a circular economy where resources are reused and carbon emissions are minimised. This approach aligns with broader efforts to mitigate climate change by addressing the carbon-intensive aspects of plastic production and disposal.