Polypropylene Recycling #5
Polypropylene (“PP”) is a highly recyclable and sought after material in Aotearoa NZ with strong value and a corresponding end market. Many manufacturers are wanting to secure more NZ recycled polypropylene (“rPP”) rather than having to import it. Today, we still have PP being sold offshore in mixed bales as well as PP being sent to landfill.
National Working Group
Plastics NZ facilitated a national working group to help create circular pathways for PP in NZ to help low emissions circular economy.
There are 8 councils around NZ that aren’t yet collecting PP. View Map
Today, in Aotearoa we have 88% of councils collecting PP, and this represents ~97% of our overall population.
Download a copy of the Interactive Plastics Collection Map
Do you have post commercial PP?
Get in touch if you have sources of post-commercial PP that you’re interested in diverting from landfill.