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Manufacturer launches innovative green approach with 100% recyclable plastic sanitisers

Manufacturer launches innovative green approach with 100% recyclable plastic sanitisers

2021-10-21 12:55:00 AM

Manufacturer launches innovative green approach with 100% recyclable plastic sanitisers

Infection Protection Products and Sani-touch with support from the Shoprite Group launched its innovative new green approach to manufacturing with 100% recyclable products at the V&A Waterfront.

Infection Protection Products and Sani-touch with support from the Shoprite Group launched its innovative new green approach to manufacturing with 100% recyclable products at the Waterfront yesterday morning that creates a circular economy for the wipes and masks manufacturers.

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FROM left: UCT Professor, Plastics SA Environmental Manager John Kieser, Sani-touch marketing director Annette Devenish and Shoprite Holdings group sustainability manager Sanjeev Raghubir.Shoprite Holdings group sustainability manager Sanjeev Raghubir said their role was to connect the dots in Sani-Touch’s green approach as there were products that were recyclable and then there were recyclables that were willing to recycle the product but a middleman that important middle bit that connected the two.

“What the Shoprite Group was able to do, through its Shoprite, Checkers and U-Save stores, was to have a receptacle so that once the consumer has used the wipes they can dispose of them in the receptacle and then we are able to bring that recyclable material to our distribution centres and then to the recyclables,” said Raghubir. headtopics.com

UCT’s Professor Peter Ryan highlighted the Sani-touch’s proactive compliance to the country’s recently amended extended producer responsibility (EPR) regulations for paper, packaging, e-waste and lighting that aimed to ensure producers take responsibility for the life-cycle of the products they put into the market.

“It’s great to have two of the key players in the value chain here, the producers and the retailers – but the cycle does not stop there.“We have got to get buy-in from the consumers and the local authorities also have a role to play, to make it as easy as possible for these kinds of initiatives to happen, reduce the burden on landfills and not make it difficult for people to recycle things.

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