Workers load plastic materials onto conveyor belts to be washed and shredded at Re>Pal Recycling facility in Pasuruan, East Java. Re>Pal, previously Enviro Pallet was established in Bali in 2012, move the facility two years ago to Pasuruan as they received protests and rejections from the surrounding community. The facility recycles low-value plastics such as polypropylene, LDPE, and HDPE including plastic bags, plastic wraps, and some food packaging. Re>Pal handles 10.000 tonnes of plastics every year, in which 240 tonnes of it came from Bali. The plastic arrived in the facility will be washed, shredded, melted and molded into plastic pallets which can hold up to 1.2 tonnes of weight within 2 years of usage.