We’re in the midst of a landfill crisis, and that means we need a new way to recycle waste.
The world’s largest manufacturer of packaging, plastics, and other recyclables is turning to a new recycling method: composting.
The company’s recycling and composting plant in the town of Avon, Ohio, is about to open up to the public in the next few months.
The facility will use leftover waste from the factory’s recycling program, and then turn it into compost, which can then be recycled.
But it won’t be for profit, the company said in a press release.
The Avon plant will be a pilot facility to see if it can get the technology working, and whether it can create a sustainable alternative.
It’ll also be a test case for how a large company can use a waste-based method to reduce its carbon footprint, and possibly save money on the overall cost of the process, said Avon Waste Recycling CEO Steve Krakauer.
The company hopes to have its composting technology ready for the next batch of containers in 2018.
Here’s a look at how the company’s system works.
Avon recycles recyclable packaging.
If you buy a box of Avons, the manufacturer has the right to dispose of it at its waste-recycling facility.
It can’t ship the boxes back to the factory for recycling.
Instead, Avon recyclers the boxes in its own waste-to-energy plant.
The plant uses the boxes to make biogas and then transports it to the company.
Avon then uses the biogacet to produce electricity and use the electricity to heat its plant.
The biogaworks are also used to produce paper, cardboard, plastic, and metals.
The plant, called Avon Green-Plant, will eventually use the waste generated at the plant to power a solar energy farm and a small composting facility.
Avons recycled packaging will also be used to make fertilizer and biogasse.
The waste that Avon produces and uses is recycled at the company to create biofuels and to create fertilizer and compost.
Avona is the largest recyclant company in the U.S.
Avons recycling is sustainable.
The waste produced by the plant is used for the company, Krakau said in the press release, and the biorefinery is also being certified as an environmental-friendly facility by the U,S.
Environmental Protection Agency.
It will also save Avon money on its annual recycling and recycling bill, according to the press.
Avona has about 100,000 employees, which will be phased out over the next five years, Krahau said.
The majority of Avona’s 1.6 million-square-foot manufacturing facility is expected to close by the end of 2021.
The recycling plant will produce about 3 million bags of recycled waste each year.
In total, Avons recycling system will produce more than 5 billion cubic yards of biogase-based waste annually, according the company statement.
To learn more about Avon’s recycling, read the company press release and Avon waste to energy press release below: