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Streams – Packaging

 

Packaging – let our expert team guide you

Packaging compliance is complex and requires interpretation, which can lead to questions. It can be difficult to work out what you need to do and when you need to do it. Our expert team is ready to assist you.

Packaging RECYCLING

How ERP makes it easy for your business

Our expert team will lead you through the process, ensuring your packaging data is as accurate as possible and that you remain compliant. For total peace of mind, we check your data with a fine-tooth comb before submission.

Our knowledge of the packaging market means we always get the best value recovery and recycling evidence for you.

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Packaging

This waste recycling category includes paper, cardboard, plastics, polystyrenes, steel, aluminium, glass and wood. Many of these materials can be recycled into new products and recycling packaging reduces the amount of waste that is sent to landfill and saves natural resources.

Recycling Process

  1. Collection
  2. Separation
  3. Decoating (if coated)
  4. Melting
  5. Casting
  6. Manufacture

Recycling Process

  1. Collection
  2. Treatment (including sorting, cleaning and decontamination)
  3. Crushing and melting
  4. Manufacture

Recycling Process

  1. Collection
  2. Processing (including de-inking, cleaning and screening)
  3. Manufacture

Recycling Process

  1. Collection
  2. Compacting
  3. Melting
  4. Casting
  5. Rolling
  6. Manufacture

Recycling Process

  1. Collection
  2. Sorting and separation
  3. Shredding
  4. Treatment
  5. Manufacture

Recycling Process

  1. Collection
  2. Segregation
  3. Decontamination
  4. Production
  5. Final products

Simplification and efficiency. We have one point of contact across EMEA. The learnings from one market can be applied to other markets. It’s a benefit to have a common approach, a centralised point of contact which brings efficiency and cost savings.

Ramon Teixido
WW TBO Transformation Strategist, HP Inc.