This year, the leading recycled plastics company SINTAC Recycling, has introduced a new range of regranulated PP materials, which has been extended for new applications with viscosities from 3 to 40, as well as a new range of colours.
The company offers a wide range of recycled plastics (including PE, PP, PET, technical plastics) derived from industrial, domestic and agricultural post-consumer sources. In addition, SINTAC offers customised products. The company thus consolidates its position as the reference partner for 100% recycled and recyclable materials, contributing to the transition towards a more sustainable plastics industry and boosting the industry’s circularity.
Technical consultancy and development of circularity projects
SINTAC also offers technical consultancy services and development of sustainability and circularity projects, and has its own marketing agency specialising in environmental communication and corporate social responsibility campaigns. In the last year, SINTAC has reached important agreements with various entities, providing its comprehensive legal and technical assistance services in circularity projects linked to commercial packaging (boxes for fruit and vegetables), industrial packaging (SIRAPs and SCRAPs), also collaborating in the circularity of recyclable and recycled products (PUR foam from end-of-life mattresses), among others. This year 2023 marks the beginning of a new stage in SINTAC in which the circular economy, sustainability and care for the environment will be more present than ever.
The launch of new PP regranulates, as well as the closing of strategic agreements with partners for the development of large-scale projects and the expansion of the customer portfolio, have resulted in growth in line with the company’s expansion strategy. In this sense, innovation in the field of plastic recycling and the diversification of the company’s activity with the consolidation of the consultancy department and the development of sustainability projects are two driving forces behind SINTAC’s growth.
An international sales network and major plastics technology partners
Vicente Olmos, CEO of SINTAC commented: “The last year and a half has been decisive for us, as there have been many new developments within our company. Firstly, we have expanded our commercial network on an international scale, discovering new market niches, even through the complicated situation in which the recycling world finds itself. Secondly, as a result of SINTAC’s business expansion, our team has grown significantly, welcoming new colleagues in all departments of the company. And thirdly, the projects department has experienced enormous growth, which confirms that we were right when, years ago, we decided to develop a sustainability projects department.
SINTAC Recycling, which has more than 30 years of experience in the sector, has an annual plastic recycling capacity of 60,000t.
“At SINTAC we have been working for more than three decades to lead the transition to a new circular and sustainable plastics industry. We offer sustainable solutions to our customers to meet the environmental challenges ahead. Our nature as a recycler with well-established supply sources makes us the ideal partner, as we offer both continuity and consistency of supply to our customers, which is what sets us apart from the competition,” said Mr Olmos.
Since September 2021 GCR Group has a stake in SINTAC. GCR Group works on the development of new plastics based on recycled plastics and minerals. Founded in 2001, the company is based in La Bisbal del Penedés (Tarragona) and has production facilities in La Bisbal del Penedés and Barberà del Vallés, employs more than 200 people and operates worldwide. The strategic alliance between the two companies responds to the objective of expanding the offer of sustainable and circular plastic solutions to provide greater added value to customers and society, prioritising environmental commitment.
SINTAC has its headquarters in La Cañada (Valencia), as well as a logistics and polymer transformation centre in Quart de Poblet (Valencia).