Ma Maju Jaya Trading Recycling Service

  • Boxes, Cartons, Pallets only.
  • Malaysia

Product details of Ma Maju Jaya Trading Recycling Service

Designation: Plastic recycling services have been defined as the process of turning scrap or waste plastics into useable goods that are often completely different in form from their initial state. Recycling is the process of dismantling and reusing items that would otherwise be discarded as waste. Many municipalities and organisations make recycling simple by posting labelled containers in public places or providing bins for home and business owners who have curbside service.

Thankfully, recycling services are back, and so are hundreds upon thousands of recycled items manufactured from materials that would otherwise be building up in our nation's landfills, thanks to the involvement and passion of common people. It has made a significant impact on our environment, our quality of life, and the destiny of our country.

Services Offered: At Ma Maju Jaya Trading, our team provides recycling services for plastics such as LDPE, PE, and HDPE. These materials are commonly utilised in our daily lives, and recycling them is critical to reducing pollution and conserving resources. Below are some of the most common types of plastics often recycled at our site:

  1. Low-density Polyethylene (LDPE) Recycling: Low-density Polyethylene, or LDPE, or also also known as polythene or polyethene is a form of plastic that is extensively used in packaging, such as plastic bags and shrink wrap. It is also used to manufacture squeeze bottles and toys. Because it is lightweight and flexible, LDPE is perfect for these applications. It is not biodegradable, though, and can take hundreds of years to degrade in landfills. By actively recycling LDPE, through recycling services, we can limit the quantity of waste that ends up contaminating our environment.

    Plastic bags used for grocery shopping or carrying products are an example of LDPE in everyday life. These bags are frequently abandoned after a single usage, harming the environment. 

  2. Polyethylene (PE) Recycling: Polyethylene, is a flexible material found in a variety of products such as plastic bottles, food containers, and waste bags. It is long-lasting and moisture-resistant, making it suitable for various purposes. However, it is not biodegradable and, like LDPE, can take hundreds of years to disintegrate in landfills. Through the proper disposal of this substance, we can conserve natural resources and limit the amount of garbage that ends up in landfills by recycling PE at the designated centres that specialise in offering recycling services.

    PE is often used in food packagings, such as takeaway food containers or plastic wraps for covering leftovers. These items are frequently abandoned after one usage and wind up in landfills.

  3. High-density Polyethylene (HDPE) Recycling: High-density Polyethylene, or HDPE, is a form of plastic that is often used in milk jugs, detergent bottles, and pipework. It is strong and long-lasting, making it suitable for various uses. HDPE is also recyclable, and it may be used to produce a variety of products such as plastic lumber and playground equipment. 

    Milk jugs and detergent bottles are two examples of HDPE products. These items are frequently abandoned after usage and wind up in landfills. HDPE can also be used to manufacture a variety of items, such as plastic lumber and playground equipment, which provides an economic potential for the recycling industry.

Recycling Service Overview

It is impossible to overestimate the value of recycling plastic, LDPE, and other comparable materials. These materials are frequently used in our daily lives, from packaging to consumer items, but they can constitute a huge environmental concern if not properly disposed of. These items can be recycled to help decrease pollution, conserve resources, and offer economic possibilities.

Plastic trash is a big environmental issue in Malaysia. It is worth noting that our country creates approximately 2,500 tonnes of solid garbage every day, according to the Ministry of Environment and Water, with plastics accounting for a considerable amount of this waste. The problem is exacerbated by the fact that much of this garbage is not disposed of or recycled appropriately through recycling services, resulting in pollution of waterways and landfills.

Plastic, LDPE, and other comparable materials can be recycled to assist alleviate this issue. We can limit the quantity of waste that ends up damaging our environment by diverting these products from landfills. Furthermore, by minimising the requirement for rare materials, recycling these products can help conserve natural resources. Recycling one tonne of plastic, for example, can save up to 3.8 barrels of oil.

The more we resort to recycling services, the less waste ends up in landfills and incinerators. We can save money and energy by reusing aluminium, paper, glass, plastics, and other materials, while also reducing the environmental impact of their extraction and processing.

Recycling these materials also has economic benefits. The recycling business in Malaysia has the potential to produce jobs and boost economic progress. According to a Malaysian Investment Development Authority estimate, the recycling business earned RM2.3 billion in revenue and employed over 40,000 people in 2019.

To summarise, recycling plastic, LDPE, and other similar materials in nature through proper recycling services is critical for environmental protection, resource conservation, and economic development. In Malaysia, where plastic waste is a serious problem, it is critical to encourage more recycling and create the required infrastructure to enable it. We can create a more sustainable future for ourselves and future generations by working together to minimise our dependency on single-use plastics and raise recycling rates.

Recycling Service Specifications

  1. Service location based in Malaysia
  2. Offers recycling services of different variations
  3. Able to recycle plastics materials like LDPE, PE, HDPE, Colour Crushed and others
  4. Able to take on items in boxes, cartons & pallets only
  5. Also offers services like reselling disposed of materials, recycling waste collection and lorries for rental

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Ma Maju Jaya Trading

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  • Malaysia
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