FMCG Recycling

FMCG waste refers to the discarded or unused products and packaging materials from the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) sector. 

FMCG products are goods that are frequently consumed and have a relatively short shelf life, such as food and beverages, personal care products, household cleaning items, and toiletries.

FMCG waste can arise from various sources, including households, supermarkets, restaurants, hotels, and other businesses involved in the production, distribution, and consumption of these products.

There are numerous FMCG waste such as product waste that are no longer suitable for consumption or use. This can include expired or spoiled items, damaged or defective products, items that have surpassed their shelf life, or products that are no longer in demand. Packaging waste includes the containers, wrappers, and materials used to package FMCG products. These include materials such as plastic, cardboard, paper, glass, aluminum, and other packaging materials.

Green Colour Code Waste Treatment follows global standards for the appropriate recycling and disposal of FMCG waste.

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