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PLA en ABS in de plastic recycling of niet

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Hier in het dorp hebben we een plastic recycling voor verpakkings makeriaal. Ik vraag me af of PLA en ABS in die recycling zakken mag. Geen van beiden zijn verpakkings materiaal en b.v. speelgoed mag je niet in die zakken stoppen. Dus hoe voeren jullie je plastic rommeltjes af, in de recycling of gewoon in de grijze container?


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Na contact met ColorFabb (Bexdankt voor het antwoord):

PLA kan niet in de compostbak. Alleen als deze gertificeerd is volgens de norm EN13432.

Dit is niet mogelijk voor 3D Printing.

Alles kan het beste in de grijze container / wordt verbrand in de vuilverbrander.

XT zal in de toekomst wel gerecycled kunnen gaan worden.

Komt er op aan wat de rest eigenschappen zijn……

Gr Ruud / team colorFabb


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