Recycling used chains is good for the environment
ET Polymers|October - November 2020
igus initiates first recycling program worldwide for energy chains

What happens when a plastic energy chain reaches its maximum service life? Usually, it is simply disposed of and incinerated with other plastic waste. With its “igus green chainge recycling program”, the motion plastics specialist igus is now doing something completely new: users can send their plastic chains to igus for recycling – completely irrespective of the manufacturer. They can eliminate disposal costs and receive a voucher for making purchases from igus. Customers and the environment both profit from this.

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