About JFC Recycling Products
Does it Pay to Recycle?
Believe it or not every tonne of paper recycled, saves almost 13 trees. It saves 2.5 barrels of oil, 4100 kWh of electricity, 4 cubic meters of landfill and 31,780 litres of water! And that’s not to mention the savings to the environment.
Each steel or aluminium can and each glass bottle, keeps valuable non-renewable resources such as bauxite, iron-ore and sand in the ground for future generations. Every recycled item saves an incalculable amount of energy that would normally be used in mining, harvesting, manufacturing and transporting. And recycling helps to reduce harmful greenhouse gases. like methane, entering our atmosphere.
Recycling paper means less paper going to landfill, where it rots down into methane. Recycling paper also means that there is a substitute available for virgin paper – from trees. We all know that trees are the most valuable carbon sink, this means that trees left in the ground can absorb carbon dioxide, lock it into the wood and release oxygen back into the air.
Recyclable material makes up almost 80% of total household waste in Australia so every item recycled is one less to be buried in landfill or burned in incinerators.
The JFC recycling sorting unit allows you to set up your own ‘Recycling Transfer Station’ at home or at work in a matter of seconds. With its free- stand design, the unit can be positioned inside or outside, keeping your recycling area clean and tidy.
The unit is supplied with 5 recycling identity labels allowing you to label each compartment according to the volume of recyclables generated. The bags are seccured by means of a looped elastic cord which is fixed at the neck of each compartment.
When a bag is full simply move the unit away from the wall, release the elastic cord, remove and replace the bag of recyclables for recycling.
Why Choose Us
Green Tech Poly is a company with a vast experience in delivering high quality poly products and services. We have experience in many sectors. Marine, Fuel, Recycling and Construction to name a few.