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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 […]

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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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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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Safripol provides assistance for the clean-up in Quarry Road in KZN during National Water week in March 2020

During National Water week, Safripol partnered with Green Corridors NPC. to undertake a clean –up in the Green Corridors in Quarry Road in Kwazulu Natal. Ten community members were nominated to assist with the cleanup. Safripol sponsored the following items: T-shirt, Caps, Gumboots, Gloves, Goodies bags and each participant also […]

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Boost for Ermelo recycling project

Bophelo Recycling, the brainchild of Johanna Leshabane, focusses on collecting recyclables such as plastics, cardboard, paper, cans as well as glass, from informal settlements, households, and schools in the community. Through partnership between PETCO and Safripol, Bophelo Recycling (Pty) Ltd received a major boost in June 2019 when PETCO and […]

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Safripol is proud to support the first of its kind recycling project launched in Limpopo

Safripol recently sponsored 200 waste separation bins to kick-start the separation at source initiative in partnership with the PET recycling company, PETCO, which is being rolled out in Limpopo’s Thulamela Municipality. The colour-coded green (glass), yellow (plastics), blue (paper) and red (cans) bins will be placed at schools and municipal […]

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