Integrated Packaging expands its range


The Integrated Packaging Group (IPG) has completed the acquisition of Victorian based recycling company Ausplaztik Pty Ltd.

Ausplaztik, which has its headquarters at Mildura, recycles waste polyethylene based plastic into a range of timber substitute products utilizing Ausplaztik’s patented technology. 

The acquisition means IPG can now recycle waste plastic, and in particular, silage film, to lessen the impact on landfills whilst producing a useful range of widely accepted timber substitute products.

Ausplaztik’s primary markets are the agriculture, aquaculture, building and construction industries, parks and streetscapes, landscaping and gardening.  

Its range of products include posts, bollards, stakes, decking, garden and park furniture. 

Integrated Recycling will develop and enhance programs to collect waste agricultural film such as silage and mulch wrap.

It will also maintain existing collection programs of vine covers and other agricultural plastics used in the manufacture of recycled plastic products.

The company’s new website which provides information on the business products and also latest news and development will be available soon.

Integrated Packaging
Ph: 1300 479 727

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