NextLife and 300 Recycling partner
NextLife™ and 300 Recycling have revealed plans to form a strategic relationship utilizing 300 Recycling’s collection expertise to expand accessibility to NextLife’s proprietary sustainable resin solutions. NextLife and 300 Recycling intend to expand collection and processing of plastic waste found throughout the United Kingdom effective immediately.
NextLife converts plastic waste into FDA and Health Canada approved sustainable resins. NextLife currently supplies sustainable resin to many global customers used in a variety of applications and industries. As part of the company’s strategic growth strategy, NextLife intends to utilize their own proprietary technology to produce and distribute globally the cleanest postconsumer resins manufactured. NextLife and 300 Recycling will focus on their respective core competencies.
“This strategic partnership allows NextLife to process more material from around the world, extending NextLife offerings to the UK and Europe,” said Robert Dishman, executive vice president of Global Supply Chain for NextLife. “We plan to work together to create new product offerings and recycling opportunities in the United Kingdom.”
300 Recycling utilizes collection expertise to provide plastic recycling services that would not exist otherwise. Recycling programs developed by 300 Recycling are designed to create the highest value and use for plastic waste that would otherwise end up in landfill.