We collect and recycle plastic waste to reduce environmental pollution.
Leading companies use our granulates for their products ensuring a circular economy.
Our technology provides transparency and traceability throughout the value chain.
Carbon Dioxide Savings
We are closing the loop:
Multi-use plastics, less energy.
Recycling plastics saves up to 90% of the energy used in producing virgin plastic, meaning significantly less greenhouse gas emissions. To achieve this, we collect plastic waste, sorting by type and grade. In the next step, we wash and recycle into hot washed flakes and pellets ready for re-use by FMCGs and plastic manufacturers, thus replacing virgin plastics and ensuring a circular economy.
Plastics we collect and recycle
Earn from your waste
We recover improperly disposed PET, PE and PP post-consumer plastic waste from our immediate surrounding, waterways, coastlines and oceans.
Our mission is to reduce PET, PE and PP plastic pollution and mitigate the inflow of plastic by gradually changing consumer habits.
We process PET, PE and PP plastic waste into hot washed flakes and pellets for reuse in manufacturing industries to reduce dependency on virgin materials.
We help companies reduce their carbon emissions and aid them on their path to carbon neutrality. The UN SDGs are at the heart of our recycling efforts.
Become Plastic Positive
KALTANI is utilizing technology to gain insights from point of origin to supply chain, to providing important and timely knowledge about our business and our customer’s businesses. Ultimately ensuring transparency, traceability, process improvement and innovation.
KALTANI partners with organizations that are committed to reducing their carbon footprint. We can help you track your commitments to achieving zero landfill and 100% sustainability.
Partner with KALTANI today and fund a clean up, and become a plastic positive company.
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Did you know?
Nigeria, Africa’s largest nation by population generates 32,000,000 Tonnes of waste annually. This makes Nigeria the 7th largest plastic waste polluter in the world, with less than 30% of waste being recycled.
30 billion kg
Plastic used annually in Nigeria
< 30 %
of these plastics are currently recycled
14, Aliu Animashuan Street
Lekki Phase 1, Lagos, Nigeria
+234 (704) 109 3833
Ewu/Ogun Road, Shagamu L.G.A,
Lagos – Ibadan Expressway
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