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This month we were all confronted with a disruption to our daily routines. Suddenly, meetings and events that had been planned for weeks had to be cancelled and the new normal has become home office and teleconferences. As PolyStyreneLoop team we adapted rather well to this situation, being used to work spread accross the Netherlands.
Luckily also the construction of the plant continued as planned. This month 142 piles were put 18-meter-deep into the ground! Up next the building will be constructed, which we expect to be finalised by September after which the plant will be installed.
To follow the progress of our plant you can follow us on Instagram, LinkedIn or our YouTube Channel. There we share regular videos and photos with you. We are also proud to hereby announce the launch of our new, improved and sleek PolyStyreneLoop website! We hope you enjoy it.
Stay healthy everyone!
Great article in Dutch press on the first pile in the ground:
"A first for Terneuzen: the first European recyclingplant is worth a leap of joy"
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In March, a layer of combimix was placed in preparation fot the asphalt. In total 160 trucks brought 4.000 tonnes of combimix to the site: watch our "Monthly progress" movie of March 2020. In April we started with the piling for building.
With thanks to Synthos
Join the loop: Karl Bachl
The Karl Bachl Kunststoffverarbeitung GmbH & Co. has been developing and manufacturing high quality EPS insulation products for over 50 years. Today we count five production plants in Germany as well as five more in Hungary and Czech Republic. One of our German plants also manufactures XPS insulation panels. With the latest production facilities and a modern innovation management a resource-saving production is guaranteed.
Our clients can expect both economic and ecological solutions along with high quality standards for all our products and services. Apart from the establishment of its own recycling division last year, Bachl has recognized the importance of the PSLoop initiative and supported the project from the beginning as a founding member.
PSLoop turned a challenge into an opportunity, proving that closed loop recycling for HBCD containing EPS and XPS waste is possible, thereby offering us and our clients a sustainable solution.
If you would like to introduce your company via this article "Join the loop", don't hesitate to contact us via email@example.com