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Paul Rantofi is based in the Eastern Cape and currently services the Butterworth area. With POLYCO’s support in the form of trailers and cages, Paul will be expanding into collections from neighbouring towns, to enhance polyolefin collection volumes from this previously under-serviced geographic region.

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Based in Grabouw in the Western Cape, TWK Recycling is a 100 % BEE organisation that was originally formed as part of an entrepreneurial development program. This business fast developed into a robust, community-supported initiative which has grown from strength to strength. POLYCO’s funding support will be in the form of equipment to establish 3 …

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MyPlas

POLYCO will be providing equipment funding support to three contracted scrap plastic collectors supplying to Myplas, in order to facilitate the collection and granulation of new sources of material for supply to their recycling operation.  Myplas facilitated the applications from three of their rural collectors from as far as the North West Province.  The benefit …

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MyWaste is the brainchild of owner, Mark Gibson, and has been in operation for the past 10 years, offering a free website service for all buyback centres or recyclers in South Africa. With POLYCO’s support, the website will be further developed to become an education and consumer awareness platform on material identification, drop off locations, …

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verigreen

Recently re-launched and re-branded Verigreen, (previously known as Izaka Plastics), is a 100 % vertically integrated collector, recycler and product manufacturer of polyolefin drawstring bags. Verigreen has launched their Supa Mama project, whereby they plan to empower the woman breadwinners in the family to be able to earn a living wage, through the collection of …

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The Moses family started their recycling operation 5 years ago and has continuously grown their business. They now run a 100 % vertically integrated operation, by collecting, recycling and producing products made from recycled polyolefins. With POLYCO’s funding support, InWaste Green will be installing new equipment in their Tembisa buyback centre and will be fitting …

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POLYCO gives a much needed “hands-up” to worthy collectors   Cape Town – POLYCO, the Polyolefin Recycling Company (NPC), has announced the names of the 12 collectors of post-consumer polyolefin waste that will be receiving a total of R4.6million in grants and interest-free loans. As part of POLYCO’s mandate to promote and grow the collection …

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New submission deadline is Friday, 16 May 2014   Cape Town – Due to the disruption caused by the recent public holidays and in response to the numerous requests it has received, POLYCO has announced that it will be extending the submission deadline to apply for support funding for separation, collection and sorting of post-consumer …

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