Waverley Plastics purchases and recycles plastic scrap, specifically rigid HDPE (High Density Polyethylene). We have a capacity of approximately 4,380 tons per annum.
A brief simplification of Waverley Plastics recycling business is: plastic is chopped up, washed, dried, densified, extruded and finally, pelletised and bagged. This plastic is then used by Waverley Plastics as well as exported to other markets around the world.
Waverley Plastics ultimately converts the waste plastic into a wide variety of plastic products such as HDPE granules, agricultural piping, buckets, and other containers such as a 2, 5, 20 & 25L plastic containers.
We purchase much of our plastic from landfill (dump) sites, thereby providing a source of income for Thousands of "waste-pickers" in the local community. Our business model is quite specifically designed to create an environment investing in "human capital", widespread training and job creation, while understanding the importance of eco-conscious, yet economically viable, sustainability.
At the heart of Waverley Plastics the core ethic that every kilogram of plastic recycled is a kilogram kept out of landfill sites. Furthermore, our production process is continually evaluated and refined in order to minimise the inevitable carbon footprint associated with any manufacturing process. We also recognise water as a precious natural resource and wherever possible, all water used is harvested, filtered, recycled and re-used.
Waverley Plastics (Pvt) Ltd has the vision to become a leader within the recycling industry in terms of its success as a model for environmentally responsible business sustainability and a minimum possible carbon footprint within its industry.