Safripol launches Separation at Source


Safripol takes the Call for Action and launched Separation at Source Safripol has taken the call for action and has implemented separation at source (SAS) of post-consumer waste across all of its facilities. Safripol’s SAS programme demonstrates its leadership to zero leakage into the environment.  It commits all Safripol employees, its […]

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Safripol Migrates To Clear 25Kg Bags

Safripol Migrates To Clear 25Kg Bags Polyethylene flexible films form the single biggest component of all plastic packaging recycled in South Africa. Safripol uses some 500 tons of polyethylene tubular films annually as packaging material for its PP and HDPE resins. In line with Safripol’s Let’s Plastic Responsibly Campaign, and […]

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Safripol Officially Signs Operation Clean Sweep

Safripol officially signs the Operation Clean Sweep® (OCS) pledge. According to Gert Claasen, Technology and Innovation Executive at Safripol, the OCS pledge firmly aligns with their recently launched “Let’s Plastic Responsibly” campaign, which encourages the responsible use of plastics. READ MORE

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Bulk bags re-used by clean-up initiatives in KZN

Safripol bulk bags are re-used by clean-up initiatives in KZN Reuse of packaging is an important driver for the circular economy. To ensure that no packaging goes to waste, over the past 18 months, Safripol at our Durban facility donated 2950 used bulk bags to various clean-up initiatives in Kwazulu […]

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Safripol’s employees, families & friends #WalkedTheTalk

This past December Safripol’s employees, families and friends #WalkedTheTalk On 05 December 2020, Safripol in partnership with Green Corridors and supported by Plastics SA arranged a clean-up on the Umgeni River mouth and the Blue Lagoon Beach. While braving the slight drizzle early that Saturday morning, over 100 participants including […]

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We have joined SA Plastics Pact

Message from Safripol CEO Nico van Niekerk (CEO Safripol): Plastics is a resource of economic value that has greatly contributed to people’s quality of life. However plastic should never become waste, but rather should be recovered to enable a circular economy. In order to achieve this, we need new technologies, […]

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