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Google uses plastic bottles to create machine washable phone case!
Time: 2020-8-22 10:18:51 Source:绿凯思科GETRECYCLING Author:GET营销中心 Hits:10

Google this week launched its new pixel4a, which, as in the past, is equipped with a beautifully designed, trendy knit textured case.

Google said the most important highlight of the case is its material - made of 70% recycled plastic, making it an environmentally friendly idea. Two waste plastic bottles can create five mobile phone shells.


The jacquard texture of the mobile phone shell can better prevent external force damage, whether it is abrasion, falling or scratch. Google said the covers could even be thrown into the washing machine.

In terms of protection, Google said the case uses "edge to edge microfiber" to prevent falling damage. The case also has a convex edge, which can raise the screen slightly to prevent collision damage when the phone is placed face down on a surface.

Dell, HP, LG, Sony and other big brands have put into recycling

With the continuous promotion of circular economy, technology brands have invested in recycling to reduce resource consumption, help environmental protection and promote sustainable development.

Dell: using 100% recyclable or renewable packaging by 2030

Dell is committed to using 100% sustainable packaging made from recyclable or renewable materials by 2030. Earlier, Dell launched two new XPS series laptops with sustainable packaging materials.

Dell said the redesigned XPS series laptops were packaged in molded trays made of 25% recycled marine plastic and locally recycled recycled plastic. In addition, the company also eliminated disposable plastic foam bags for packaging computer accessories.

Dell reports that more than 100 million pounds of sustainable materials have been used in its products since 2012. Currently, it is estimated that 85% of packaging materials are made of recyclable or renewable ingredients.

HP: using 1 million pounds of marine plastics in products

HP promises to eliminate 75% of disposable plastic packaging by 2025 and actively promote recycling. HP is also committed to using marine waste plastics. For example, HP received the UL world's first marine recycled plastic content verification earlier. This time, HP has passed the verification of 5 kinds of resins from marine recycling. After UL verification, these resins contain 5% - 99% of marine recycled plastics.

HP has used more than 1 million pounds of marine plastic and about 35 million plastic bottles in its products. HP's proven marine resins are also used in products such as HP elite dragonfly, the world's first personal computer using marine plastics, HP elite display e273d, and HP zbook studio and zbook create.

HP said it would continue to expand the use of marine plastics, promising to use marine plastics in all new HP elite and HP Pro desktop laptops launched in 2020. HP also invested $2 million to build a cleaning line in Haiti, where it will produce cleaner, higher quality recycled plastics for use in more HP products.

Microsoft: set up closed loop center to recycle 90% internal waste

Microsoft promised to eliminate disposable plastic packaging by 2025, including plastic film, major product packaging and it product packaging in data centers. Microsoft will also set up a "closed-loop center" to enable the company to reuse or recycle 90% of its waste on site without having to send it to a third-party recycler. One of the big projects of Microsoft's internal recycling is the server used in Microsoft's data center. The company is committed to zero waste in the internal production process.

LG: Commercializing ABS regeneration technology

LG is committed to recycling 95% of its waste from its production base by 2030, specifically by reducing the waste from overseas commercial sites, and improving the landfill rate of waste from factories in South Korea (mainly the production base of Guiwei A3 in South Korea).

A few days ago, LG Chemical, a subsidiary of LG, is ready to commercialize an innovative upgrading cycle technology, that is, the waste of ABS in white household appliances will be upgraded to recycled ABS, which will be reused in the manufacturing of consumer electrical appliances and other products.

LG Chemical researcher Kim SEO Hwa said the company will become the first chemical enterprise in the world to recycle waste ABS and whiten the materials for value-added applications.

LG Chemical supplies about 2 million tons of ABS products every year, occupying a large share in the global ABS market. ABS is a kind of high functional plastics, which has strong heat resistance and impact resistance, but it is difficult to recycle. The company started developing the upgraded recycling technology last year and put it into mass production in July this year, paving the way for green manufacturing and reducing waste plastics.

Sony: reduce petroleum based plastics by 10% in 2020

Sony aims to actively reduce the use of plastic packaging materials in (gm2020) and its products. The 2020 green management goals include reducing the use of petroleum based plastics by 10% per unit product (compared with 2013) and minimizing resource consumption. In terms of recycling, Sony continues to develop flame retardant recycled plastics and promote its application in various products; meanwhile, it uses plastic bottles containing 50% recycled PET in felt bags of Aibo products.

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