With the summer season round the corner, a venture in bottled water and aerated beverages like soft drinks could be an ideal proposition. Products from the plant that you may set up for this business will be sold like hot cakes. Indeed, these are not seasonal but ones with a demand round the year. And in no time you are bound to reap rich fruits from your investment. Reportedly, the profit is in the range of 30%.
However, the success of your enterprise of a bottling plant after a detailed feasibility project study depends on a couple of vital factors.
Drinking water is packaged either in glass or plastic bottles. The bottled water is also classified into two – Carbonated and Non-carbonated. The sizes of bottles too differ and you must opt for suitable ones. When it comes to the main plant, you must conduct a detailed review of the market before giving your nod.
Weather it is for packaging, storing or in the form of mold castings, PET plastic has been truly revolutionary in revising the entrepreneurship of Plastic mold manufacturers in India. Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) is a staple packaging material. Employed by a consortium of manufacturing industries, PET has ventured into diverse segments of production.
The reason behind its wide popularity is undoubtedly its cost-effective and environment friendly attribute. As per a recent survey conducted by Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) of Allied Development Corporation revealed how environmental footprint and greenhouse gas emissions while manufacturing PET relates to alternative forms of packaging. The study affirmed that PET containers are better performers than aluminum can and glass.
Know what your Plastic can do?
Have you gazed at the various symbols etched on your plastic products? Every product is labeled with a recycling code. Digits ranging from 1 to 7 on the container help recyclers classify the product as per the different kinds of plastic available in the market. The Society of the Plastic Industry, SPI create a code to indicate what kind of plastic can be recycled. The various types of recyclable plastics and their uses after recycling are highlighted below: