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REPURPOSE The Tomorrow’s FM and Tomorrow’s Cleaning


editorial teams visited RPC bpi recycled products to find out how the company reprocesses


post-consumer polythene and the company’s environmental commitments.


Sitting eight miles north-east of Derby, Heanor is the home of RPC bpi recycled products, a division of British Polythene Ltd.


Acquired by plastic products design and engineering company RPC Group in 2016, RPC bpi has been one of the industry’s leading producers of polythene film products for many years, and one of (if not the) largest polythene film recyclers in Europe. Operating across a diverse range of market sectors such as healthcare, retail, and local authority (including waste contracting and municipal), RPC bpi manufactures in excess of 270,000 tonnes of polythene products per year across its manufacturing throughout the UK, Europe and North America.


While this is an impressive figure on its own, more remarkable is the fact that within this 70,000 tonnes comes from post consumer, agricultural and industrial polythene.


The company received ‘Zero Waste to Landfill’ accreditation from Valpak at three of its four manufacturing sites across the UK.


RECYCLE,


REUSE,


30 | FEATURE


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