Recycle Polyester Fiber in Pakistan

Rehman Global Industries is Group of Industries. The fiber is manufactured using raw material which is a waste of plastic bottes so we consumed it in this way. In a bid to contribute towards better environment and reduced greenhouse gases emissions, RGIExport got started. It is manufactured using a recycling process. It recycles the PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) which is discharged in lands and create pollution. The PET bottles thrown in litter do nothing other than pollution. This initiative has made it a raw material for manufacturing Recycled Polyester Staple Fiber (RSPF) that is used in textile sector.

Poly-Ethylene Terephthalate (PET) Bottle is being utilized massively all through the world

Poly ethylene terephthalate bottle is used for soda pops, mineral water and other bundling purposes.

These jugs are made of PET equation which is non-biodegradable. Plastic containers are safeguarded from daylight in landfills and they won’t decay for millennia causing ecological contamination and human wellbeing concerns. As we as a whole know there are no adequate courses of action in Pakistan to reuse/arrange off this dangerous water appropriately. Consequently it is a genuine danger to climate and general wellbeing.

Keeping in see the above situation and for cleaner climate just as soundness of overall population of our dearest country the administration of RGIExport chose to introduce a PET jug reusing plant to make “Polyester Staple Fiber” which is additionally a key info material of material industry. By the Glory of Allah (Almighty), we have accomplished our objective and created work for in excess of 500 individuals.

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