Join us in welcoming Weapon X Worldwide, Inc. to the Inland Empire Regional Chamber of Commerce with a New Member Reception and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. This innovative company is changing the future of plastics through their patent-pending recycling agent, enabling the creation of new 100% recycled products from plastics like PETE and HDPE.

Learn how they're tackling the plastic problem by improving recycling rates and reducing environmental impact. Don't miss this opportunity to meet the minds behind this transformative technology, network with fellow members, and celebrate sustainable business practices. For more details, visit Weapon X Worldwide, Inc..

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  • Tina Richter (President at Weapon X Worldwide, Inc.)

    Tina Richter

    President at Weapon X Worldwide, Inc.

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  • Edward Ornelas, Jr. (President & CEO of Inland Empire Regional Chamber of Commerce)

    Edward Ornelas, Jr.

    President & CEO of Inland Empire Regional Chamber of Commerce

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ABOUT WEAPON X WORLDWIDE, INC.

Plastic Recycling Agent

Weapon X Worldwide Inc. has invented a patent pending plastic recycling agent, which allows recyclers to combine, grind and re-form Polyethylene Terephthalate (PETE) and High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE)(among others) into plastic chips to be used to create new 100% recycled products.


The Technology

Weapon X Worldwide Inc. has invented and patented a plastic recycling agent which combines seventeen (17) different chemicals and binding agents using certain combing techniques and heat processes to manufacture a plastic recycling agent into pellets. This Additive allows recyclers to combine, grind and re-form Polyethylene Terephthalate (PETE) and High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) into chips to be used to create NEW 100% recyclable products.