Marlin Industries is a ZERO TO LANDFILL business. We have been adopting the principles of circularity laid out in the government’s UK Industrial Strategy and are leading the low carbon manufacturing revolution within the cable industry, creating jobs and wealth using end of life plastic material waste.
As a circular economy business, we openly share best practice to help improve waste management systems within our existing customer base and the cable industry as a whole. Our aim is be the industry leaders in waste and recycling practices and technologies.
- Polyolefins (PE)
- Low-density Polyethylene (LDPE)
- High-density Polyethylene (HDPE)
- Polypropylene (PP)
New innovations are under development taking difficult to-recycle plastics and using their unique properties and incredibly versatility to find end uses for these materials and prevent landfill such as creating feedstock that can be injection moulded or extruded and which have chemical building blocks and strengthening agent for use in a variety of applications and end use products.
Recognising that we have a key role to play in encouraging and enabling correct behaviour and providing the infrastructure, products and services which will encourage reuse and the reduction and reliance on new raw materials.
New innovations are under development taking difficult to-recycle plastics and turning them into valuable feedstock, chemical building blocks and strengthening agent for use in a variety of applications.
We view ALL plastic waste as a valuable resource and not as a throwaway product and have developed innovative techniques and processes that convert these materials into re-useable value-added material that can deliver a set of customer benefits.
Appreciating that the full recovery process from the point of waste-creation to eventual re-use is a complex process which takes what is deemed as a waste problem and cost to the end-of-life-disposer and then converts this into a product with a value once fully recycled and re-used. However, we have recognised that minimising cost of waste disposal and preserve the embedded value in the material as it moves through the recycling process is imperative to success.