Sustainable plastic: start-up New Life Plastics to recycle a quarter of Hong Kong’s waste bottles each year

Start-up New Life Plastics (NLP) plans to process up to a quarter of Hong Kong’s waste plastic bottles through the city’s first advanced, large-scale professional recycling plant, converting them into materials safe to be reused as food and drinks containers.Although Hong Kong remains at the early stages of implementing policy that encourages recycling of used plastic bottles, NLP is betting that its €10 million (US$11.6 million), 6,500-square-metre plant in Tuen Mun district will manage to…

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