Frank Schepers, general manager at Hong Kong start-up New Life Plastic, says the company has already signed letters of intent with several partners on plastic waste bottle collection and supply. Photo: K Y Cheng
Frank Schepers, general manager at Hong Kong start-up New Life Plastic, says the company has already signed letters of intent with several partners on plastic waste bottle collection and supply. Photo: K Y Cheng

Sustainable plastic: start-up New Life Plastics to recycle a quarter of Hong Kong’s waste bottles each year

  • Hong Kong start-up New Life Plastics will start operations at its 6,500-square-metre recycling plant in Tuen Mun early next year
  • The stakes are high for the company as Hong Kong’s recycling rate has been flagging in recent years

Frank Schepers, general manager at Hong Kong start-up New Life Plastic, says the company has already signed letters of intent with several partners on plastic waste bottle collection and supply. Photo: K Y Cheng
Frank Schepers, general manager at Hong Kong start-up New Life Plastic, says the company has already signed letters of intent with several partners on plastic waste bottle collection and supply. Photo: K Y Cheng
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