Every base cup (bottom) is entirely made from recycled material. This material has come from other sources than KeyKegs. Today, some of these raw materials are being replaced by raw material from used KeyKegs.
OneCircle places baling machines across the UK in support of its circular programme
OneCircle places baling machines in England to support its collection of KeyKeg in market. Active members of the KeyKeg collection community in the UK collect and process the KeyKegs to ensure the materials are reused.
The difference between ‘recyclable’ and ‘circular’ materials
All manufacturers of plastic kegs claim that their kegs are ‘recyclable’, often 100% recyclable. But what does that really mean? What’s the difference between recyclable kegs and kegs with a circular design?