Nextek will help your business improve its sustainability performance through a better choice of materials, better product design and improved processing. We tailor projects to meet the needs of your business now and for the future.
We work very closely with leading academic science-based faculties, industry and retail and government, developing a deep understanding of the life cycle and the lasting effcts on the environment when the question of recycling is not addressed from the very beginning.
Nextek have over 20 years experience designing recycling plants, commissioning and implementing process improvements. Contact the team to learn more.
Nextek can write detailed scientific reports in the specific field of polymers and recycling related to your business. Please contact the team to find out more and arrange an initial consltation to discuss the research involved.
Having personnel that comprehend the principles of the equipment, process and materials is vital for the long operational success of any business. Practical instruction and demonstration ensures training is retained and understood.
Why Choose Nextek
Nextek has detailed expertise in recycling of post-consumer plastic wastes using the latest technolgies available into high value applications such as food grade PET bottles and HDPE milk bottles that can be used in new packaging applications.
Polymers & Recycling
Nextek is an independent consultancy who provide solutions to the challenges of the plastic recycling and resource management throughout the supply chain for all applications. We deliver tailored sustainable solutions for business.
Strategy & Business Development
By providing expertise, understanding and solutions for complex waste challenges Nextek work closely with clients to design products for sustainability, recyclability and improved resource efficiency to deliver effective business strategies.
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