81 Year-old invents manufacturing process for “non-recyclable” unsorted plastic

By Larry Robertson, CEO | For and about inventors

Mar 22
PCORE (Pee-core) recycled plastic

It is called Pcore (pee-core)

Pcore, stands for "plastic core of recycled everything". It was developed by an 81- year-old serial inventor, who wishes to remain anonymous.

Pcore is made using a process for recycling unsorted, post-consumer plastic waste that had previously been classified as "nonrecyclable". As a result, Walmart & Target supplier, Ecotech  International is currently exploring manufacturing applications and distribution channels for this exciting new material. 

So, while society may have a tendency to categorically marginalize the innovative prowess of senior citizens, Ten years of observations by our team, has shown that age and experience matter.

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About the Author

Larry is the CEO and co-founder of AON Invent. He has enjoyed a career that has spanned sales, marketing, and product innovation for companies that include subsidiaries of AMR/American Airlines, Learjet and Sam's Club. In 1995 he teamed up with Ron Loveless, the founding CEO of Sam's Club, to launch a marketing and product development firm that grossed $500 million in its first 3 years. Over the past 20+ years, Larry has personally vetted over 1,000 product concepts and marketing strategies.