Overview of the recycling of polyester bottles in Taiwan it is reported that 6900 tons of polyester bottles are recycled in Taiwan every year and the impact of some factors on the wear of parts. After classification, recycling 2, problems in the experimental journey, regeneration, they can become hats, wigs, clothes, environmental protection bags and other items. PET bottles are operated by an independent production line in the crushing process of the crushing plant, and will not be mixed with other materials. The secondary material fragments, which account for about 1/3 of the total plastic products produced by the polyester bottle recycling treatment plant, are pumped into monofilaments, which can be made into wigs and sawteeth. If the secondary fragments are pressed into thin sheets, they can be made into packaging boxes (such as egg boxes) and stationery clips, and can also be woven into polyester cotton, which can be turned into filled cotton, non-woven cloth, polyester cloth, and can be used as stuffed toys, coats, quilts, and even into hats, clothes, shoes, and environmental protection bags
the recovery and regeneration process includes the following steps: people classify, hand over to the cleaning team or scavenger to the "fine classification plant", classify, compress into blocks according to the material, and then send them to the plastic "recycling plant". After unpacking, washing, de labeling, screening, it is not possible not to stop actively or passively, crushing, flotation, dehydration, crushing, and produce pet fragments, which are then sold to the plastic "processing plant" for the production of recycled products such as silk drawing, textile, etc
therefore, it is important to classify garbage into three categories: resource garbage, kitchen waste and general garbage. The detailed classification of resource garbage can not only improve the recycling price of resource recycling, but also facilitate the implementation of resource recycling, and maintain the quality of living environment through "resource recycling"