REPSOL
Lubricant containers with 60% Reciclex sustainable polyolefins
Spanish energy and petrochemicals company Repsol (Madrid; www.repsol.com/en) said it has launched a new line of lubricant containers for engine and transmission oils for cars, motorcycles, and heavy industries that incorporate 60% mechanically recycled post-consumer plastics.

Five colours, five product ranges: the company’s new lubricant containers made with sustainable HDPE (Photo: Repsol)


The 1-litre, 4-litre, and 5-litre lubricant containers are made with a mechanically recycled, ready-to-use, high-density polyethylene compound from Repsol’s Reciclex range of sustainable polyolefins.

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The company said the new range of containers was redesigned to improve sustainability while maintaining properties, achieving a 25% carbon footprint reduction compared with its previous packaging. The containers come in five colours for the different product ranges. 
15.03.2024 Plasteurope.com [254885-0]
Published on 15.03.2024

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