ECO-oh! shows how plastic waste can be given a second life in the Dutch TV programme, "Doe maar duurzaam".

28-06-2016

In Belgium, about 90% of all household plastic waste is burned, even though there are alternatives.
Kristien Meulemans and Stany Janssen from the ECO-oh! Group allow you a glimpse into the comings and goings inside the unique factory in Houthalen, Belgium.

ECO-oh! shows how plastic waste can be given a second life in the Dutch TV programme, "Doe maar duurzaam"

ECO-oh! shows how plastic waste can be given a second life in the Dutch TV programme, "Doe maar duurzaam"

In Belgium, about 90% of all household plastic waste is burned, even though there are alternatives.

ECO-oh! recycles the remaining 10%, which is about 15,000 tons annually, into sustainable products. This is done in the most ecological way possible.
Kristien Meulemans and Stany Janssen from the ECO-oh! Group allow you a glimpse into the comings and goings inside the unique factory in Houthalen, Belgium.

"Doe maar duurzaam!" is an informative programme about the various developments and innovations in the sustainability sector. It makes the viewer aware of sustainable opportunities in every aspect of daily life.

The episode about the recycling of household plastic waste with ECO-oh! was broadcasted by the Dutch TV channel, RTL 7, on 15 May.

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