The meeting of the recycling working group of the National Association of Plastic Industries of Iran was held.

In this meeting, Alireza Tork, Chairman of the Education Commission and Fatemeh Ershadi from Amirkabir Polymer Company, Milad Mehranpour from Dana Polymer Group, Piriaei from Parsa Polymer Sharif, Fereydoon Hamed from Pegah Industrial Yarns Company, Farhad Ershadi from Amirkabir Polymer Company and Mahboubeh Rafiei Tabar and Saeed Nemati Also present were Farzaneh Alirezaei, secretary of […]

In this meeting, Alireza Tork, Chairman of the Education Commission and Fatemeh Ershadi from Amirkabir Polymer Company, Milad Mehranpour from Dana Polymer Group, Piriaei from Parsa Polymer Sharif, Fereydoon Hamed from Pegah Industrial Yarns Company, Farhad Ershadi from Amirkabir Polymer Company and Mahboubeh Rafiei Tabar and Saeed Nemati Also present were Farzaneh Alirezaei, secretary of the National Association of Plastic Industries of Iran. In this meeting, Milad Mehranpour divided recycling into two parts, industrial and domestic, and added: “Recycling is a process that should be considered from the beginning to the end, and especially in the discussion of education, the separation of waste into municipal and industrial waste should be on the agenda.” To take. Also, Alireza Turk, the head of the Education Commission in the discussion of recycling, acknowledged: “Increasing the quality of recycling is the goal of the commission and more emphasis should be placed on the discussion of culture and education.” He pointed out: in the discussion of training for industrial waste recycling, it can reach the desired result sooner than municipal waste, and acting on the approved laws in this field as a prerequisite and driving force is our biggest priority. Recycling rules will be presented at the next meeting. Fatemeh Ershadi from Amirkabir Polymer Company also pointed out: we should see recycling more widely and pay attention to it, today in our country only in Isfahan waste is separated from the place and therefore they have the most waste because they collect better, so we must Start education from schools and children to institutionalize the culture of recycling in the country. But Fereydoun Hamed believes that our main problem is not in collecting, but in not having tools. He saw the stages of recycling in three categories: recycling, regeneration and modification. Regarding recycling separation, Dr. Mehranpour stated that just as in urban recycling, we must train citizens to separate from doors, in the field of industrial recycling, we must train factories to separate their waste in the same factory. It is both easier and more economical. Also, regarding the registration and identification of people in the field of recycling, it was decided that the present members will summarize and present their suggestions until the next meeting.