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starter
13/02/2018 at 08:23
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Hej @annobanno, holà @xxxolivierxxx,

You’re welcome to join our group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/preciousplasticfinland/about/

Unfortunately, only a couple of people are active in the group ;-(

I started collecting but did not get much further.

To my knowledge, no one in Finland has yet managed to start a workplace or if they did thet are not on the map at https://map.preciousplastic.com/, did not mention it in forums.

@w2mjohnoak might be able to help?

All the best, Arnie.

starter
16/10/2017 at 11:18
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I created a public group on Facebook for Finland, the group name is “Precious Plastic Finland” and can be found at this URL: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1876342099050539/

Please feel free to share!

In reply to: Separation by density

starter
05/10/2017 at 11:37
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Hi folks,

@mdem: Thanks for your chart, I had exactly the same idea, much of the plastic I collect does not bear any recycling information either because it is in many parts/broken or the manufacturer could not be bothered.

There is a similar topic on this at https://davehakkens.nl/community/forums/topic/how-to-seperate-pet-and-pvc-plastics-in-5-min/

I don’t know if it makes sense to bother to sort PET and PVC. According to @mathijsstroober in the topic https://davehakkens.nl/community/forums/topic/toxic/, PVC is harmful (releases toxins) and PET must be handled with care.

I am attaching my version, I did not test it myself and it is based on Dave’s sheet ”Floating properties” ie. 2_Floating properties plastic.pdf.

Can someone please let me know if it makes sense? Are there mistakes? Please feel free to contact me if you want to edit it/improve it/have the text file. It would be great to be able to recycle PET at some point!

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