• Warmly congratulate Guowang on the successful development of one-step equipment for environmental protection mixed waste plastic film!
    Mar 28, 2022 Warmly congratulate Guowang on the successful development of one-step equipment for environmental protection mixed waste plastic film!
    Warmly congratulate Guowang on the successful development of one-step equipment for environmental protection mixed waste plastic film! As we all know, the proportion of film in the waste plastic recycling market is quite large. How to solve the problem of film recycling? Based on the two-step equipment, our company has developed a "hybrid film one-step extrusion molding production line". Advantages of one-step equipment: reducing granulation process and processing cost; Reduce the floor area; Reduced labor costs; Reduced electricity costs. It greatly improves the efficiency and relatively increases the income. Therefore, as soon as it is introduced to the market, it has been recognized by the market. Now the equipment has been sold to South Korea and received high praise from customers. Equipment installation and commissioning has been completed.
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  • Congratulations
    Mar 28, 2022 Congratulations
    Warm congratulations to Guowang ECO's successful acceptance of mixed waste plastic extrusion molding equipment from Israeli customers! As we all know, waste plastic recycling is a problem all over the world. How to solve waste plastic recycling? Our company has worked hard to develop "mixed waste plastic extrusion molding equipment", which has solved the problem that "mixed waste plastic" cannot be reused. To this end, as soon as it was introduced to the market, it was recognized. Now the equipment has been sold to South Korea, Japan and Canada. And also, the equipment has been accepted and shipped to our customer in Israel.
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  • Do you know the market of plastic pallets
    Oct 29, 2021 Do you know the market of plastic pallets
    With the development of society, the plastic pallet industry has risen rapidly. Industry insiders pointed out that it is expected that in the next few years, the market share of plastic pallets is expected to further increase, and its application fields will also further deepen. The reason why plastic pallets will replace wooden pallets in just a few years has become the new favorite of the market,because plastic pallets have excellent impact resistance, chemical resistance and flame retardanc.In the long run, plastic pallets have a longer service life than wooden pallets and are convenient for warehouse logistics management. Well known,the disposal of plastics waste is one of the environmental crises facing the world at present .Our company is committed to solving the treatment of mixed plastics waste,to create a green and beautiful global environment, and to cater to market needs, develop a plastic product that converts plastic waste into usable plastic products, such as plastic pallets, plastic bricks, and plastic manhole covers. With the rise of the plastic pallet market, more and more people in the industry pay attention to plastic pallet production equipment. If you have any needs in this regard, please contact us! Contact Email:admin@guowangeco.com
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  • Jan 26, 2021 "Waste plastic limitation ,Waste plastic reduction"
    Plastic limit and plastic reduction • Expert talk ⑤丨Strengthen the governance of plastic pollution, the time is right for the world. Plastic pollution has become one of the most important environmental issues worldwide. A 2017 study in Science Advances stated that as of mid-2017, 8.3 billion tons of plastic had been produced globally; as of 2015, about 6.3 billion tons of plastic waste had been produced, of which about 9% had been recycled and 12% had been recycled. Incineration, 79% accumulate in landfills or the natural environment. The marine garbage pollution caused by this is also serious. In December 2016, the 13th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity released a global marine garbage pollution research report, which shows that because humans dump tons of shopping bags into the ocean every year, Fishing nets and other plastic wastes, plastic wastes currently account for 3/4 of marine garbage, and the oceans polluted by plastic wastes have put nearly 400 species of marine life in danger. According to a new study published in the Royal Society's "Biology Letters" in July 2020, the research team found traces of polystyrene fragments in the Collembola in Antarctic soil, confirming that microplastics have reached the most Terrestrial food chain in remote areas.
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  • 2021 Japan Waste Plastics Banning
    Jan 06, 2021 2021 Japan Waste Plastics Banning
    Japanese media: Japan will restrict exportation of plastic waste from January 2021. China-Singapore Jingwei Client, December 28, According to Kyodo News on the 27th, the revised "Basel Convention" that restricts the import and export of dirty plastic bottles and other difficult-to-recycle plastic waste will come into force on January 1, 2021. It is because plastic waste that has not been properly treated in the receiving country has become a cause of marine pollution. For Japan, where most of this type of garbage is processed abroad, promoting domestic recycling has become a top priority.    In October of this year, Japan’s Ministry of the Environment issued specific standards for the objects of control, including food residues, oil stains, sludge, and failure to cut and shred. These plastic wastes cannot be exported without the consent of the other country.    According to reports, Japan, like the United States and Germany, is a major exporter of plastic waste, with an export volume of 1.43 million tons in 2017. At the end of 2017, China's ban on the import of such waste and other restrictions on acceptance expanded. Japan's exports of such waste have decreased, but there are still 900,000 tons in 2019. According to analysis, there will be a certain amount of plastic waste that cannot be exported in the future, and the Japanese Ministry of the Environment is wary that it will stay in the country.    To this end, the Japanese government will step up and improve the domestic recycling system. For household plastic waste, in addition to packaging containers such as food trays, toys and other products are also considered to increase the amount of unified recycling and recycling. It will also promote the recycling of waste materials in offices and factories. It is planned to propose to the next Congress. bill. Senior officials of the Ministry of the Environment expressed their expectation that "in the future, plastic waste must be recycled as a resource in the country, and investment will flow to recycling industries."    The report pointed out that the current situation of recycling companies in Japan is very severe due to the impact of the new crown epidemic. MM Plastic, a manufacturer that processes plastic waste into racks for handling operations, has fallen to 20 to 30% of its monthly sales due to economic stagnation. The company’s president, Morimura, emphasized, “Some colleagues say that if the impact is long-term, the business will be difficult to maintain. I hope the government will introduce support measures to promote the purchase of recycled products.
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  • Loaded to Japan
    Mar 16, 2020 Loaded to Japan
    GUOWANG ECO vertical double station mixed waste plastics extrusion and injection molding machine are sent to Japan on February, 2020. Customer factory located in Japan Shizuoka If you want to visit them , we will give you their information for our future cooperation confidence.
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  • Compression molding machine in Japan factory
    Dec 28, 2020 Compression molding machine in Japan factory
    Congratulations to Japanese customers for using our equipment to make plastic double-sided pallets successfully. 1.Mixed waste plastic extrusion and injection molding machine combines special main extruder, injection system with bigger injection hole and press molding machine for using mixed waste plastics as raw materials like waste PE+waste PP mixed or others, which is completely different from traditional injection molding machines. 2. After each piece of plastic pallet is made , whose double side plastic pallets will be formed by expert plastic pallet welding machine. 3. Finished products
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  • Waste Plastic Policy From Basel Convention
    Dec 15, 2020 Waste Plastic Policy From Basel Convention
    187 countries recently signed an agreement, agreeing to "restrict plastic waste trade" into the "Basel Convention" Geneva, Switzerland-Today, 187 countries have taken an important step forward in curbing the waste plastic crisis. Plastics have been added to the Basel Convention, which aims to control the flow of hazardous waste from one country to another . The amendment requires exporters to obtain the consent of the receiving country before transporting most of the contaminated, mixed or non-recyclable waste plastics, providing an important theoretical basis for stopping dumping of unwanted plastic waste to developing countries. After China banned the import of most plastic wastes in 2018, developing countries, especially those in Southeast Asia, have flooded with polluting, mixed, and even unrecyclable waste plastics. Therefore, Norway has proposed a proposed amendment to the Basel Convention, which stipulates that countries have the right to reject waste plastics that are unnecessary or cannot be disposed of. The amendment reflects a consensus that has become increasingly clear throughout the world, namely, the harmful effects of plastics and waste plastics trade. Most countries expressed support for the proposal, and more than one million people around the world signed public petitions at Avaaz and SumofUs. However, even with this overwhelming support, there are some dissenters who oppose the inclusion of plastics in Annex II of the Basel Convention. These include the world's largest exporter of waste plastics-the United States, a well-known petrochemical industry lobby-the American Chemistry Council (ACC), and a business association mainly composed of waste traders-the American Waste Recycling Industry Association ( ISRI). Since the United States is not a party to the Basel Convention, it will be prohibited from trading in waste plastics with developing countries that are not part of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development among the parties to the Basel Convention. This means that in Asia, the United States can only export plastic waste to South Korea and Japan (South Korea and Japan are OECD member countries).
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  • South Korea
    Dec 25, 2020 South Korea
    South Korea will restrict the importation of waste plastics A large downstream market for US waste plastic exports is formulating measures to reduce PET imports to promote its own recycling. The government of the Republic of Korea recently announced plans to restrict the import of PET bottles, although some of the terms of the policy are still being revised. Import ban on PET bottles On February 5, South Korea issued an English statement stating that the Ministry of Environment has drafted a framework for amending import policies to stimulate its own recycling industry. The statement stated that in order to promote domestic recycling of plastic bottles, South Korea will recycle plastic bottles separately from other recyclables. The statement did not specify which type of plastic the policy was aimed at, but the statement meant that the policy might cover PET bottles. The statement mentioned that Korean manufacturers use PET recycled materials to produce clothing textiles, but because of the problems of waste and impurities mixed in the collection process, Korean domestic renewable plastics are not suitable for reuse. According to US trade data, in 2019, the US exported 9.7 million pounds (4,400 tons) of renewable PET to South Korea, accounting for 15% of all US exports of waste plastics to South Korea. "Korea Times" reported that South Korea's bulk PET imports came from Japan. The South Korean government has set a goal to start recycling 100,000 tons of plastic bottles per year from 2022. Although it has not yet been constructed, an independent plastic bottle recycling system will enter the community in the second half of 2020, and all will enter individual households in 2021.
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  • Australia 2021 Waste Plastic New Policy
    Dec 15, 2020 Australia 2021 Waste Plastic New Policy
    Australia will permanently ban the exportation of domestic waste plastics from 2021. Recently, Australian MP Trevor Evans revealed on social media that the Australian House of Representatives has passed the Recycling And Waste Reduction Bill 2020 (Recycling And Waste Reduction Bill 2020). This will prohibit Australia from exporting 40,000 containers of garbage overseas each year. In the next step, the bill will enter the Senate deliberations. Once passed by the Senate, Australia will permanently ban the export of waste, including plastic, glass, paper and tires from January 1, 2021. This is Australia’s world-leading approach to environmental issues, which is to manage their own waste. Member Evans commented that this is a great milestone for our environment and an important step taken by Australia in the next step. It is Australia's first recycling law! The new law will also promote a series of new recycling programs. Catalysts to manage the design and disposal of products at the end of their life cycle (called product management) Through turbocharged product management, Australian consumers will be able to more easily recycle thousands of products that are currently in landfill. This will not only greatly reduce waste landfills, but will also create new green jobs and help the environment by recycling valuable resources in these products for reuse. Prior to this, countries and regions such as Canada, the United Kingdom, and the European Union have all announced their own plastic restriction and ban laws. From a global perspective, plastic restriction is the general trend. Many countries have actively introduced "plastic bans" that are in line with local conditions. Policies have continued to increase. In order to comply with local environmental protection requirements, many brand companies have increasingly begun to explore traditions. Alternatives to plastics, and promised to use a certain percentage of recycled plastics in products, and use degradable plastics instead of ordinary plastics. However, the price of recycled materials is higher than that of raw materials, and problems such as the inability of degradable plastics to truly degrade have also become problems that plague the entire plastic recycling industry. While the policy is being implemented, it is also necessary to ensure that recycled materials and degradable materials can successfully replace traditional plastics. Countries that implement plastic restrictions and bans have a long way to go.
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  • Alibaba Online Trade Show
    Dec 07, 2020 Alibaba Online Trade Show
    GUOWANG ECO attended Alibaba Online Trade Show from Nov 23 to Dec 6, 2020  without going abroad. This time, we mainly display vertical single station mixed waste plastics extrusion and injection molding machines, vertcial double station mixed waste plastics extrusion and injection molding machines, One-step mixed waste plastics vertical single station extrusion and injection molding machines, One-step mixed waste plastics vertical double station extrusion and injection molding machines. We have promoted our patented products throughout the world for having good reputations.
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  • Plastics far short of recycling goals, but let's not give up
    Mar 24, 2022 Plastics far short of recycling goals, but let's not give up
    The plastics industry doesn't have a great track record when it comes to achieving recycling goals. We're good at setting ambitious targets, but not so good at reaching them. The latest recycling numbers, released earlier this month, seem to hint that we're on that path again. The U.S. Plastics Pact recently gave what it called a baseline report, with data on where its member organizations were on the start of their path toward a circular economy for plastic consumer packaging. The report gives the 2020 figures, the starting point for the ambitious goals that it has set for 2025. The data is sobering. According to the report, Pact member companies were using only about 7 percent post-consumer or bio-based content in their plastics packaging in 2020, compared with a 2025 target of 25 percent. The group also said that only 37 percent of the plastic packaging put on the market by the companies was recyclable, reusable or compostable in 2020. The Pact's target is 100 percent by 2025. Pact member companies, including Coca-Cola, Unilever and Walmart, produce, use or sell about one-third of the plastics packaging used in the United States. The report also said that the U.S. recycling rate for plastic packaging in 2020 was 13.3 percent. Again, that's well short of the 2025 Pact target of 50 percent. The Pact, which is a voluntary initiative, said legislation for extended producer responsibility, container deposit return systems and recycled-content mandates will be key achieving these goals. Let that sink in. The Pact is voluntary, but its members say they can't succeed without government action. My concern here is that if the government gets involved, the industry could be in trouble. Rather than pass laws to improve recycling, legislators may be tempted to ban plastic packaging instead. Bans are easier and inexpensive for communities — although probably not for consumers. And much of the public, unfortunately, is inclined to support anti-plastics legislation. On top of all that, even if states or Congress do manage to pass legislation that will help plastics to become a more sustainable part of a circular economy, it may not be enough. First, plastics recycling has a serious problem with collection. Even for high density polyethylene and PET bottles — the lowest of the low-hanging fruit — collection rates are currently less than 30 percent. To meet voluntary recycling targets, we'll need a rate of at least 75 percent. That's according to a presentation by Emily Friedman, recycled plastic senior market editor for consulting firm ICIS, at the Plastics Recycling Conference. She added that just to achieve a 15 percent recycled-content rate in packaging by 2025, the United States will need at least another 145 new mechanical recycling plants. Those are moonshot-type numbers, and I don't see any real evidence that they're within reach. This situation reminds me of what happened in the 1990s, the last time that plastics were under intense pressure from consum...
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