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Myplas has registered the Trademark for our Upcycled Product, MypolenⓇ

Myplas has registered the Trademark for our Upcycled Product, MypolenⓇ.  MypolenⓇ is our signature for customized, compounded, high quality Upcycled Plastic and can be used as a virgin replacement for Quality Critical Products and Processes. You can then attach a copy of the Trademark registration certificate:   Trademark registration certificate

Weg/Go Platteland Visits Myplas

Once upon a time, not too long ago Platteland started planning a good-news story on a completely different pandemic: South Africa’s enormous plastics pollution problem.   That’s why we were elated at the news of the launch of the SA’s Plastics Pact at the end of January this year. Through this unique collaborative initiative, government, […]

The New Plastics Global Commitment Announcement

We are a proud to announce that we are a signatory of the New Plastics Economy Global Commitment to shape a sustainable future. Plastic waste pollution has captured the world (and the public’s attention) at last and the search for solutions has started. We are proud to be part of a commitment to the vision […]

The life of plastic in SA — foul or fantastic?

There is no getting around the fact that plastics are useful, but how useful are they after consumers throw them into the trash? And how well is the country whose ‘national flower’ was once a plastic bag doing compared with the rest of the world? Plastics are durable, and are widely used in infrastructure as […]

MyPlas gains ISO accreditation

CAPE multi-material recycler MyPlas has gained ISO standard accreditation, making it the second South African plastics recycler to achieve the international standard qualifi cation. MyPlas received its certificate on 3 January, confirming that it operates a quality management system which complies with the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 for the recycling of postconsumer, post-industrial and factory […]

‘Upcycling’ with customised recycled materials at Myplas

SA Plastics and Rubber magazine visited the Myplas state-of-the-art plastic recycling plant in Cape Town to investigate our newly installed lab and to hear more about Mypolen. They were impressed by our world class plastic recycling facilities and the exceptional quality of our upcycled polymers. View the article here.

Kulula visits Myplas recycling plant in Bellville to learn more about how plastic is recycled in South Africa

Kulula in-flight magazine Kuluma, visited the Myplas plastic recycling plant in Bellville to learn more about how plastic is being recycled in South Africa.  Justin Nurse from “Laugh It Off” spent the day learning about the different types of plastic, the processes involved in recycling the different plastics and how the public can contribute to […]