Laboratory bottles from the circular economy
At this year's ILMAC in Basel, Semadeni is presenting CircularLine for the first time, the first laboratory bottles made of sustainable PE-LD with over 30% recycled content from renewable raw materials.
CircularLine - the first laboratory bottles made of sustainable PE-LD with over 30% recycled content from renewable raw materials. They are a resource-saving alternative and the first laboratory bottles to come from the circular economy. Instead of fossil materials, renewable hydrocarbons are used to a significant extent. This recycled-biobased content of over 30% comes from 80% waste products from food production and 20% from vegetable oils (biobased).
Thanks to chemical recycling, the raw material has the same physical properties as conventional PE-LD. CircularLine therefore has no limitations in terms of resistance, approval, application or service life. The narrow- and wide-necked bottles are available in four sizes and with various popular tops. You can find further info here.