EPS RecyclingFrom raw material to product and back again in a closed loop
Together we can close the loop:
We produce an extensive range of expanded polystyrene beads for your comprehensive needs. They’re also used in our end products.
Depending on its uses, we have different ways of processing the plastic. If you need something custom made, let us know!
Whether you’re looking for standard packaging or want to optimise its size, shape, or other properties, we will make it happen.
Our insulation is used in everything from bike helmets to high-rise buildings. We’ll help you through the process to find what you need.
What do you do with leftover EPS that has served its purpose? Don’t worry about it, we’d love to take it off your hands—just give us a call!
Using a compactor is an efficient way of reforming EPS into compact, stackable blocks for transport and storage. It’s easy to do on-site!
In this step, we melt and granulate the plastic, turning it back into raw PS pellets that can be used to create new EPS or XPS.
Here, we create new EPS granules to sell as-is, to further refine, or to make into packaging and insulation. Thus, the loop begins again.
60 000 TONNES EPS
BEWI has a recycling target of at least 60 000 tonnes of EPS, every year. It’s a lot, and to realise that goal we need your help.
We put out around 180 000 tonnes of EPS annually and a lot of that is used to insulate buildings, stuff furniture, protect people. And lasts for a really long time.
About 30% of our annual volume becomes waste within one year. We want to be a responsible producer, hence the goal to recycle 60 000 tonnes of EPS.
Do you use EPS products in your business? Maybe as packaging to keep your fish or fresh produce in good condition, to protect precious vaccine bottles, or expensive electronic components? Or maybe to insulate your buildings?