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Westfall Technik and Polycarbin to bring circular materials to biomedical applications
Source:Adsale Plastics Network    Editor:JK    Date:06.Aug.2020

Westfall Technik is announcing a new partnership with Polycarbin, a software enabled biomedical plastic recycling company that has developed a method for diverting single-use scientific plastics from landfills, incinerators and recycling it back into the hands of scientists and clinicians as circular economy products.

 

Westfall Technik recognizes a partnership with Polycarbin as an opportunity to revolutionize the biomedical plastic life cycle and create the first circular economy in the health sciences. In short, the first opportunity to develop laboratory products with circular economy (recycled) plastic with consistent quality through its NxtBio line of life science and biomedical supplies.


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Polycarbin and Westfall Technik are Collaborating to Bring Circular Materials to the Biomedical Industry.


In addition, Polycarbin will offer:

 

  • The first real opportunity for scientists and clinicians to recycle their plastic waste

  • High-resolution waste analytics software

  • Personalized carbon-emission offset data

 

“Our goal is to set ourselves apart in the Sustainability arena by leveraging our integrated technology solution to deliver products with high levels of recycled content and drive the circular economy,” says Allison Lin, VP of Sustainability at Westfall-Technik.

 

Using a system that leverages low-cost front-end segregation and a waste analytics platform, Polycarbin is positioned to capture and repurpose valuable scientific plastics. Polycarbin’s services provide more cost-effective and environmentally responsible waste management solutions to research labs, biopharma, and clinical labs while closing the loop on the biomedical plastic life cycle.

 

“We are incredibly proud to be partnering with an industry leader like Westfall Technik that has a track record of championing circular economy innovations,” says James O’Brien, Co-CEO of Polycarbin.

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