Swedish Plastic Recycling is investing heavily
Swedish Plastic Recycling in Motala is expanding and building the world’s largest and most modern facility for plastic recycling, Site Zero.
Site Zero is expected to be completed in 2023 and the goal is for the facility to be completely climate neutral.The investment amounts to a total of SEK 1 billion, of which approximately SEK 180 million comes from the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency and its initiative Klimatklivet.
“This investment creates the prerequisites needed for making Sweden a world leader in plastic recycling. Being able to do it together with our producer customers and owners, who consist of large parts of the Swedish business community, is very inspiring”, says Mattias Philipsson, CEO of Swedish Plastic Recycling.
The plastic that Swedish Plastic Recycling recycles comes from all over Sweden and is collected via recycling stations administered by FTI.
Akriform is affiliated with FTI who is helping us to promote a sustainable business and to meet our obligations as a producer.