Where does the recycled woven bag be going?
Recycled woven bags are rice bags, flour bags, plastic bags, poly packaging bags, etc. That people use up. Whether it is an individual or a large factory. There will be woven bags that are used up but no longer needed.
Many people will throw away these woven bags. No longer used. However, some knowledgeable people regard them as treasures and collect them. And recycle pp woven bags everywhere every day. Why recycled woven bags are so popular in the hands of recyclers? This also starts with the raw materials of recycled plastic woven bags.
The main raw materials of recycled woven bags are polypropylene and polyethylene. Usually, we will see fertilizers, chemical products, etc. Also made of woven bags of these materials.
Plastic flat yarn, short for the plastic weaving industry: flat yarn, also known as cutting fiber. It is the basic material for the production of plastic braids. Formed into strips. the strips are simultaneously heated, stretched, and oriented. Then shaped, and finally wound into flat spindles for weaving braids. There are basically two types of woven bags. One is a seamed bottom bag and the other is a seamed bottom bag. Both types of bags are common.
When these woven bags are not useful, they will be recycled. After recycling, many recycled pp woven bag recyclers will reprocess them to generate the original recycled plastic for environmental protection and reuse. This has become a very good Industry, that can not only protect the environment. But also generate economic benefits, save energy, and truly benefit mankind.
Recycled woven bags can also be turned into renewable resources.
The recycled waste woven bags are cleaned, selected, drained, heated, drawn, and weaved. And other processes to produce new packaging woven bags. The production process is environmentally friendly and pollution-free. And the product is durable. After cleaning and processing, a bunch of irrelevant waste-woven plastic packaging bags, and some plastics can become new packaging woven bag products.
If you walking into the poly pp waste weaved bag recycling production workshop. You can see that recycled woven packing bags have become the raw materials of new woven bags. Through processes such as crushing, high-temperature cooking, material sorting, high-temperature cleaning, injection molding pellets, and wire drawing.
Generally speaking, recycled woven bags will undergo advanced treatment after recycling. For example, clean up the above-mentioned oil stains and further smash. Crush these recycled woven packing bags into small pieces. After processing, it can be made into plastic pellets, which can be used for reproduction and recycling. It can also be made into multifunctional resin glue, aromatic compounds, waterproof and antifreeze glue, etc.
Poly woven bag recycling and reuse
The poly woven bag is used in irrigating trees, can through such a water bag filled with water, the water can flow for a long time. The tree can be dripped for up to 3 days, and the water bag can be reused.
How does the woven bag “supplement” the tree? These woven bags are equivalent to the exclusive “water bags” for new trees. Garden maintenance workers first hang the bags on the trunk of the tree, then fill the bags with water, and then open some small holes in the bags. Through a small opening at the bottom of the woven bag. The water in the woven bag can slowly and continuously flow to the root of the tree to achieve, the effect of drip irrigation. “Compared with direct watering, water bags can utilize water sources to a greater extent, and improve watering efficiency. Garden maintenance workers can fill the water bags with water every one or two days.” How intelligent ideas are.