When will the White Man Learn he Cannot Eat Money? – AustraliaPosted on October 4, 2021 by DrRossH in Plastic Waste News
Our planet is drowning in a deluge of plastic, and much of the food we eat is packaged in soft film plastics that are difficult and expensive to recycle. One company tackling that problem is Albury, NSW-based Plastic Forests, who recycle soft plastics into sustainable products.
David Hodge, managing director explains how the business developed. “Our goal is truly to make the world a better place. It’s so simple but we’re treating the planet badly and it’s unsustainable. I enjoy manufacturing, and I really enjoy inventing things. I like to do things no one has done before and I enjoy the challenge of a hard task.”
“2021 is going to be our year,” David says. “We’ve got products coming out for farmers as well as other types of business and consumer. All of our manufacturing is done locally. We’re the largest flexible recycling facility in Australia and the commitment we put into it was huge, but “build it and they will come,” as the saying goes!”
Let`s help them make it the planets year as well.