Boretech Group, a PET (polyethylene terephthalate) recycling company headquartered in Taiwan to commission its first PET recycling facility in Stockton, California in the United States by end of September 2014.
According to Paul Ou, a spokesman for the company, the construction is nearly completed and expects to receive its official permit from the city by early September, with operations beginning shortly thereafter.
Boretech will consume PET containers from collection facilities throughout California, processing them into flakes that will be marketed to consumers for use in a range of polyester products.
The company founded in 1991, operates two processing facilities in China. Its plants in China take in PET bottles, wash and grind the containers, eventually turning the plastic scrap into PET flakes. The plant will be able to process 4.5 metric tons of PET plastics per hour and these flakes can be used to make polyester fiber, according to the company.
In addition to operating recycling facilities, the company also manufactures equipment for the plastics recycling sector.
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