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People around the world working to shake the plastic quo
Drives a motor vehicle and transports volumes of recyclable waste from individuals, households or collection points disseminated in a variety of neighborhoods to the following stage of the recycling chain.
Average waste transported per day: per driver 100 kg
Separates recyclable waste by material, type and color. This activity is crucial before waste reaches the recycling industry, ensuring high quality incoming material.
Average waste sorted per day: 500 – 1000 kg
Hub Bailing operator
Takes care of compacting recyclables and organizing them in bales by operating a bailing machine. This operation makes transport of big volumes of waste towards industrial plants more efficient.
Average volumes of plastic handled per day: 500 – 1000 kg
Recycling plant operator
Operates machinery and carries out ordinary quality control operations within an industrial recycling plant, where high volumes of plastic waste are regenerated to new plastic grades.
Average volumes of plastic handled per day: per plant operator 200-400 kg
Runs a waste collection kiosk where local communities and collectors can bring and deposit their waste, ensuring separate collection is duly carried out.
Average incoming waste per day: 300 – 1000 kg
Fair Plastic bottle
Bottle produced from regenerated post-consumer plastic, collected and recycled according to a fair production and supply chain.
Retrieves reusable and recyclable waste material form households and from the environment, preventing it from littering natural and urban landscapes and ending up in the ocean.
Average collection per day: 20 kg