The new S+S microsite www.pet-recycling.com, focussing on "PET recycling with S+S" went live on 18 May 2011.
Online PR News – 30-June-2011 – – Schönberg, May 2011
The new S+S microsite www.pet-recycling.com, focussing on "PET recycling with S+S" went live on 18 May 2011. Independent of the corporate website www.sesotec.com, www.pet-recycling.com is a separate but related internet presence directly providing information about the significant expertise of S+S in the area of PET recycling. It is designed for those organisations and individuals with a special interest in all forms of PET recycling. In addition to the “Home” page the site contains information on "PET bottle recycling", "PET flake recycling", and on the S+S "Service". "Multimedia" contains a selection of photographs of S+S sorting systems and videos of high-speed PET sorting. "Contact" allows the visitor to quickly and easily obtain further details about "PET recycling with S+S".
PET professionals in contact with S+S can further benefit from the network connections and relationships established by the company during its long history of supplying sorting systems to the recycling industry. "Technology for PET recycling is a subject of global interest which as raw materials become scarcer and more expensive will become progressively more important. Over many years we have successfully developed a number of recycling networks, participated in work groups and collaborations, focusing on PET. Our www.pet-recycling.com microsite is intended to demonstrate the highly sophisticated sorting technologies, expertise and comprehensive services S+S provides", says Peter Mayer, S+S Sales Manager for Sorting Technology.
S+S - an overview
S+S Separation and Sorting Technology GmbH of Schönberg, Bavaria, manufactures machines and systems for the detection/separation of contaminants, for product inspection, and for the sorting of material flows. Product sales primarily focus on the food, plastics, chemical, pharmaceutical, wood, textile, and recycling industries. S+S is one of the world’s leading suppliers with subsidiaries in Great Britain, France, China, Singapore, and in the USA, a representative office in India, and more than 40 agencies all over the world. The main factory in Schönberg presently employs 300 people. Turnover in 2010 exceeded Euro 30 million.