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PTI Recycling Systems Formed to Sell/Service Modular, Food-Grade rPET Production System Globally
Date:6/22/2009

ly-proven rPET production into their own facilities -- particularly those who were previously blocked by capital investment, space and labor constraints. This includes recycling plants, brand owners, retailers, municipalities, etc.

"Our philosophy is that rPET supply is better suited to multiple, smaller, processing operations vs. one or two large capacity plants. We believe in a local 'consume, collect, convert' approach. By locating rPET production in closer proximity to resin users, you improve supply times and reduce the carbon footprint," he explained.

The LNO(TM)c process relies on Phoenix's patented "extremely small particle size" technology. The tiny particle size enables more efficient decontamination compared to other processes, resulting in faster output and significant energy savings. (The "c" in the brand name refers to the "compacted" resin that is the end result.)

LNO(TM)c technology produces rPET with superior color and yield as compared to other methods. Another benefit is its higher intrinsic viscosity (IV) or molecular weight which more closely matches the IV found in virgin resins. This enables higher package performance.

The resulting rPET is ideally suited for a variety of food and beverage applications including water, carbonated soft drinks, juices, fruit, baked goods, meats and cheeses. Package types include bottles, thermoformed containers and films, as well as drinking cups, vegetable oil and deli containers.

PTI Recycling Systems has teamed with Conair, Cranberry Township, PA, to build the modular LNO(TM)c processing equipment. This includes a grinder that converts rPET flake into extra small particle-size powder, a compactor to compress the powder in pellets and a standard resin dryer.

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