Recycling printed hoarding panels

Recycling printed hoarding panels should be considered when calculating the sustainability and carbon footprint of a construction site or marketing hoarding. 

Recycling printed hoarding panels

Are you looking for a reputable company that helps you with disposing of the printed hoarding panels which are made from aluminium composite? If yes, then you are at the right place. With PPM, you will get the reliable and prompt service. Our experts completely understand the importance of managing the hoarding waste once it has been taken down.  We aim to provide safe and effective solutions for the recycling printed hoarding panels. Aluminium Composite Panels have been an effective and useful material if used correctly. But recycling them has been an issue until now.

The importance of Recycling printed hoarding panels.

We all know the importance of acting responsibly when it comes to building site waste. Recycling printed hoarding panels at the end of their usefulness ensures building sites are adhering to their environment responsibility. It also minimizes the waste going to landfills and assures sustainable building practice.

The Partnering of PPM with RE:AL

PPM is partnering with RE:AL company for recycling printed hoarding panels. This will help with providing sustainability within the construction industry. By offering them a solution to reprocess ACM (Aluminium Composite Material) effectively. ACM is abstracted from landfills, and we aim to recycle it properly as everyone knows that RE:AL is the UK’s first aluminium composite material recycling company. This partnership will bring many benefits to aluminium composite material recycling for building and construction sites.

How is ACM Recycled?

The steps that are involved in this process are as follows:

Step 1: Division of Aluminium Composite Panels
Aluminium composite panels that are commonly used can be divided into plastic and aluminium by technology. The plastic can be processed quickly into black particles after recycling. At present, several manufacturers make use of black PE particles for aluminium-plastic plates.

Step 2: Processing of Waste Plastic into Granules
Once the waste plastic is entirely processed into granules, it only changes its shape and appearance. The chemical properties and material properties remain the same, which can meet the practical requirements of blown film, drawing tubes, wire drawing, extruded profiles, injection moulding, and more. The recycled granules also make various plastic bags, pots, toys, barrels, furniture, stationery, and more.

Benefits of Recycling printed hoarding panels

Some of the top benefits of recycling ACM are as follows:

• It helps in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. This can be done by lowering aluminium in the manufacturing processes.
• It provides safety and protection to the environment against the damaging effects of the waste material. The process also helps in reducing the waste in the landfill.
• Recycling aluminium will not only help in protecting the surroundings and environment. It also creates a new stream of income for the firm. It helps business owners increase their revenue as they use recycled aluminium instead of buying the new one.
• Recycling aluminium can stop the release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
The lightweight ACPs contain incredible longevity and toughness as compared to other building materials. Our recycled ACP sheets are environment-friendly and thus contribute to sustainable expansion as they are prepared from over eighty percent recycled aluminium material.

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