Pet Preform Closures Manufacturers
Winley Polymers Pvt Ltd manufactures world-class PET (polyethylene terepthalate) preforms / caps and closures under the trusted brand name, Pride Pet. The company manufactures bottle preforms for oil/mineral water, pet preform caps, pet preform closures, for cosmetics, pharma, flavoured hair oil preforms, bottle preforms-soda grade-CSD, jar preforms, liquor preforms, etc.
Pet preforms caps, pet preforms closures are manufactured at its state-of-the-art ISO 9001:2008 and Quality certified facilities strengthened by the world-class equipment.
Winley Polymers can supply all sorts of customized precision injection molding requirements at best rates.
We also undertake suitable jobs for blowing any type of bottles.
Winley offers a variety of PET performs and caps for several requirements of the global packaging industry. Strengthened by its expertise in technology, Winley has developed a talent pool of experienced professionals to deliver tangible benefits. Without compromising on the strength of bottle, the company’s saver neck performs saves PET material as well as closures weight. Through its value-engineered PET preforms / caps and closures, the company offers a greater cost savings advantage to customers.
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PET Global Recycling Facts
PET is globally recognized as a safe, recyclable packaging material. PET does not contain bisphenol-A (BPA. In Canada, PET container recycling rates range from 60–80% depending on the province. In Toronto, single-use PET bottles comprise less than 1% of the city’s municipal solid waste. Every year, Toronto recycles about 3 600 tonnes of single-use PET bottles, of which 30% are water bottles. Plastic makes up about 12% of all the municipal solid waste generated in the United States.
In the United States, 31% of PET plastic soft drink bottles are recycled.
On average, it takes 70% less energy to produce a product from recycled plastic than from raw materials.
Recycling 1 tonne of PET bottles saves the energy equivalent of 318 gallons (1203 liters) of gasoline.
In 1989, 500 ml water bottles were composed of 24 grams of PET resin. Today, less than 10 grams of PET are used in 500 ml water bottles.
PET and HDPE bottles comprise 95.8% of the plastic bottle market and 99.1% of the bottles recycled.
Figures above are courtesy of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), National Association for PET Container Resources (NAPCOR), Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Baltimore County Department of Environmental Works, American Chemistry Council (ACC), Stewardship Ontario, Alberta Beverage Container Recycling Corporation and Encorp Pacific.