Caribbean Containers commissions new Tetra Pak recycling plant

Caribbean Containers Incorporated (CCI) has widened its capacity to recycle corrugated cardboard with the commissioning of its new Tetra Pak recycling plant, but a shortage of such waste materials could see its capacity impeded.

Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment Robert Persaud and Bibi Webster, widow of former CCI CEO Ronald Webster, officially cut the ribbon yesterday to commission the new Tetra Pak processing component of the larger corrugated cardboard recycling plant at the CCI facility at Farm, East Bank Demarara.

Speaking at the ceremony was new Chief Executive Officer Patricia Bacchus, who spoke of the company’s drive towards environmentally-sustainable development. The recycling company can now accept thicker-multi-layered cardboard based materials like Topco juice boxes and milk cartons with the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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