A newly formed, plastics recycling consortium with nearly 75 years of combined experience recovering, processing and marketing waste resource materials says that the solution to the alarming problem of global plastics pollution can be found right here in Canada. Canadian plastics recycling veterans and entrepreneurs Tony Moucachen and Emmie Leung have combined the significant market […]
ReVital Polymers Inc., one of Canada’s largest plastics recycling company that is located in Sarnia, Ontario says that black plastics collected in recycling programs are an important resource and feedstock for its recycling business. ReVital’s customers use recycled black plastic to manufacture products such as new automobile parts and household goods like containers and shelving. […]
ReVital Polymers Inc., Canada’s first recycling facility that combines a Container Recovery Facility (CRF) and a Plastics Recovery Facility (PRF) in one location held its official opening on Friday, October 20. The Sarnia facility is now one of the newest and most advanced plastics recycling and recovery plants in North America. Among the dignitaries on […]
As a clean technology company, ReVital Polymers Inc. is contributing to Ontario’s transition to a circular economy. Recently opened and centrally located in the City of Sarnia, Ontario, ReVital is the first facility in Canada, and one of the newest and most advanced recovery facilities in North America, that combines a Container Recovery Facility (CRF) […]
March 23, 2017 Waste resources and recycling industry veterans Tony Moucachen and Emmie Leung have announced the name of their Ontario-based plastic packaging recycling company – ReVital Polymers Inc. – and unveiled a new website, revitalpolymers.com. Ms. Leung and Mr. Moucachen formed a partnership last summer to acquire the assets of Entropex including a 180,000-square […]
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