Plastics might just be your biggest enemy!

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About us

Plastics are found everywhere; in our homes, at our place of work, in schools, colleges, public places, etc.

We are dependent on the use of plastic beyond all reason. And that’s what concerns us and several others like us all over the world. We have deliberated over the use of plastics for decades, dwelled into this subject in-depth and the resultant has made us more firm in our resolution.
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Our Cause

Not all plastic materials are harmful, but those that are- can go to any extent and make you vulnerable.

They have the tendency to enter our body through food or liquid stored in them, causing damage to our organs. The effects of such consumption can also harm our posterity.
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About Plastic

Plastics, especially bottles, are typically used to store liquids, such as soft drinks, motor oil, cooking oil, medicine, shampoo, milk, etc. The size ranges from very small sample bottles to large carboys.

Plastic bottles were first used commercially in 1947, but remained relatively expensive until the early 1960s when high-density polyethylene was introduced. They quickly became popular with both manufacturers and customers due to their lightweight nature, relatively low production and transportation costs compared with glass bottles.

Different types of polymers:
-PET – Polyethylene terephthalate.
-PE-HD- High Density Polyethylene
-PVC- Polyvinyl Chloride
-PE-LD- Low Density Polyethylene
-PP- Polypropylene
-PS- Polystyrene
-Other- Engineering Plastic

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About PET

Polyethylene Terephthalate, abbreviated as PET, is the most common thermoplastic polymer resin of the polyester family.

 This material is utilized as fibres for clothing, containers to store liquids and food items, thermoforming for manufacturing, and in combination with glass fibre for engineering resins. PET bottle manufacturing requires harmful chemicals like antimony as catalyst. These catalysts and plasticizers are loosely held and are usually free to migrate into its contents. This can be observed through change in taste and change in colour of substances stored within it. 
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Are you consuming plastic?

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