SINTAC RECYCLING one of the most visited stands.
The leading plastic recycling company SINTAC RECYCLING has been the only plastic recycling company present at the ECOFIRA 2021 edition (Valencia) where the most important companies of the environmental sector meet with their innovations.
SINTAC RECYCLING is a Valencian company with more than 25 years of experience in the recycling of plastics, both nationally and internationally, offering specific management solutions to companies for plastic flows of post-consumer commercial and industrial origin, covering a wide range of polymers.
Likewise, SINTAC designs and implements multi-participant Circular Economy Projects with a technical and environmental communication component that guarantee the closing of the circle with end markets for recycled plastic that are sustainable over time.
The Fair was inaugurated by the President of the Generalitat Valenciana, Ximo Puig, the Councillor for Agriculture Mireia Mollà , the Deputy Mayor of the City of Valencia, Sergi Campillo and the delegate of the Government in the Valencian Community, Gloria Calero have officially opened #Ecofira21, which was held between 5, 6 and 7 October at Feria Valencia.
The SINTAC stand, one of the focal points of the Fair, was visited by clients, administrations and large companies interested in carrying out recovery and recycling projects and those linked to the Circular Economy.
The SINTAC team actively participated in the technical presentations at the Fair. At the REDIT conference, our colleague Teresa Martínez presented the CHEMCIRCULAR project, which will provide companies with legal coverage for their liability for industrial packaging.
CIRCUPLAS was also present at the SINTAC stand with its pioneering mattress recovery project, with the clear objective of limiting the dumping of mattresses, sofas and bulky items in landfill. Its mission is based on recovering each of the fractions of these complex products and giving them a second life. In Spain, more than 1,700,000 mattresses are dumped in landfills every year and currently no solution is being found. The CEO of Circuplast, Gabriel Buldú, commented during the fair: “Mattresses that are no longer in use are a very serious environmental problem and we are going to find a solution”. In mid 2022 the first RECIPUR plant will be born with an initial production of 2,000 tns/year but with a capacity to process 6,000 tns/year of recovered PUR cores for the rest sector and for the manufacture of upholstery for sofas, furniture and thermal and acoustic insulation panels.
Síntesis y Acción was also present at ECOFIRA, with a large number of guests, and was able to show many of the projects it had carried out in recent years in environmental communication, emphasising the importance of recycling and its commitment to organics, with a wide range of composters and the latest trends in recycling bins. In addition, he was also in contact with all the consortiums of the Valencian Community.