US-based advanced materials provider Epsilyte has entered into a strategic partnership with FIMIC to utilise its advanced expanded polystyrene (EPS) recycling solutions.
As Epsilyte’s preferred partner, FIMIC will be responsible for supplying advanced equipment that can be used to improve the quality and efficiency of the EPS recycling process at Epsilyte.
The equipment provided by FIMIC, according to Epsilyte, primarily helps in accurately filtering recycled EPS by countering the challenges of physical contamination.
FIMIC’s equipment will further help in ensuring that the provided recycled material is as per the required purity and quality standards.
FIMIC North America sales manager Ludovic Pitrois said: “Witnessing the delight on our customers’ faces as FIMIC effortlessly resolves their challenges is an unparalleled joy.”
Epsilyte said its decision to select FIMIC as its partner was based on various crucial factors, including its versatility in handling contamination, reduced risk of equipment damage, and its reliable delivery schedule.
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Epsilyte explained that FIMIC’s equipment is capable of handling different types and levels of physical contamination that are usually encountered during the EPS recycling process.
The technology provided by FIMIC also reduces the risk of damage to recycling equipment, which allows Epsilyte to minimise its downtime, maximise resource usage, and optimise efficiency in operations.
The latest strategic collaboration is in line with Epsilyte’s commitment to make its recycling operations more sustainable and efficient.
Following this partnership, Epsilyte is planning to acquire its second machine from FIMIC.
Epsilyte plant engineer DJ Harris said: “Epsilyte is committed toward a more sustainable future and demonstrates it in the investments we are making in technologies like FIMIC Melt Filtration.
“Their knowledge and experience in the filtration sector are highly valued and our collaboration with FIMIC is serving as a foundation of Epsilyte’s improved capability to process a variety of recycled polystyrene. We look forward to maintaining and expanding our partnership in the years to come.”