Cabka is striving to be the circularity leader in the industry

Since incorporation, Cabka has pioneered in recycling of post-consumer and post-industrial mixed-plastic waste and has established a process to close the plastic loop for its customers.

Waste reduction and reutilization while lowering environmental costs are at the core of our recycling facilities in Europe and the US. Over the years we have established true circularity models as we use clients’ waste as input for our production process.

Cabka is at the forefront of sustainability, with an approx. 90% share of recycled product input, focusing on both recyclability, reusability and new material formulations based on recycled materials, rather than just focus on reusability at end-of-life (extending the product’s lifetime). Having more than 25 years’ experience with plastics recycling, Cabka is a valued partner for customers whose corporate agendas shift to circular business models. Our customers are looking for truly sustainable solutions – and there are more of them every day.

Today, advanced inhouse material engineering, tailored product design and advanced processing technology are the foundations which form our leadership.

We have proven that profitability and sustainability can fit together: we recycle, create new products, and then recycle them again after they wear out. In this way, we retain the highest utility and value of products, close the plastic loop, reduce waste, conserve natural resources, cut greenhouse gas emissions and limit the plastic waste pouring into our environment.

Our inhouse Life Cycle Analysis and Total Cost of Ownership Tools illustrate our efforts to continuously analyze economic and environmental impact. Over the past years we have worked with numerous customers with our specialized LifeCycle Analysis tool that calculates CO₂ emission, impact on human health, impact on ecosystem diversity, and impact on resource availability. We know that every product and use case are different, that is why we gather the customized data on transport systems’ environmental impact so that we can work with our partners to find the best plan for meeting present — and future — sustainability goals.