Canadian Plastics

Recycler and film producer team up

A cooperative venture to recycle used stretch film has been announced by Sigma Stretch Film (Belleville, ON) and Su...

July 26, 2004   Canadian Plastics

A cooperative venture to recycle used stretch film has been announced by Sigma Stretch Film (Belleville, ON) and Sun Valley Worldwide (Delray Beach, FL), a global recycling and environmental services company. Under the NextLifeT program, Sun Valley will purchase used stretch film and recycle the material into resin. Sigma will promote and market the NextLifeT program to its sales forces and customers.
The project aims to reclaim millions of pounds of stretch film that may otherwise have gone to landfill.
Sigma has five locations in North America, and is said to be the largest producer of industrial stretch film in the US and Canada.


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