WE ARE PART OF THE SOLUTION! NOT PART OF THE PROBLEM

We all feel responsible for the world we live in. The plastic itself is not polluting, indeed it is a highly sustainable material as it is 100% infinitely recyclable. At the end of his life cycle a plastic object becomes an important resource through separate collection and gives life to another object with equal characteristics. That’s why Nicoli strongly believe in the economic cycle of raw material reuse, the
production of today's pots and planters is done using what has been produced in the past years without requiring new production of raw material and without consuming additional resources.

TODAY'S WASTE ARE TOMORROW'S RESOURCES. NEW LIFE PLASTIC REGENERATED

Nicoli’s second life products are 100% made with recycled polypropilene collected both from industrial post-process waste and post-consumer from separate collection of household waste, re-used and combined with the most advanced technology to create fine products of daily use. Products with second life plastic inside are an effective solution to counter plastic pollution, air pollution, water pollution and resource scarcity.
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WHY DOES A SECONDLIFE PLANTER MAKE YOU HAPPY?

• It does not waste resources because it is made of recycled plastic.
• It’s “green” because 100% recyclable.
• It loves plants, it’s beautiful, safe and free of heavy metals.
• It’s produced without any CO2 or fine dust release into the atmosphere.

 

FOR THE ENVIROMENT WE SPARE NO EXPENSE

Nicoli promotes the reuse and recycling of plastic, even if it is a process that increases production costs.

 

POST-CONSUMER RECYCLED PLASTIC

This is plastic that has been made into a product, used, thrown away, collected, cleaned, reprocessed and remade into something new. Products made from post-consumer plastic close the loop, diverting plastic products from landfill and instead allowing them to be recycled (in its truest sense) into something else.
Unfortunately, it is not easy to recycle post-consumer plastic; there are economic implications (collection, cleaning, sorting, re-processing, distribution etc) as well as physical issues such as irregularity in colour and grade, and contamination.

 

POST-PROCESS RECYCLED PLASTIC

This is plastic that has been collected at the plastic moulding factory, and would normally be thrown away (off-cuts or rejects, for instance), but is instead re-used in the moulding process. Some mouldings unavoidably produce scrap and, in some cases, this occurs on a large scale. This type of recycling is relatively straightforward as there is a great deal of control over material type, consistency and almost zero contamination.