Plastic Recyclate Pellets - PCR r-LDPE - Low-Density Polyethylen

PCR r-LDPE - Low-Density Polyethylene - LDPE Regrind - LDPE Pellets

PCR r-LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene) is available in light to dark colors. It is suitable for blown film applications. Black LDPE can also be used for e.g. film bubbles, aluminum composite panels, cable insulation, pipes or compounding. GRS, Eucertplast and OBP certified grades are available. On our product page, you can filter our LDPE according to your purchasing specifications.



  • Extrusion
  • Films
  • Compounding


  • Europe
  • Asia

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Color samples

LDPE Recyclate - Low-Density Polyethylene - Amber
LDPE Recyclate - Low-Density Polyethylene - Black
LDPE Recyclate - Low-Density Polyethylene - Transparent
LDPE Recyclate - Low-Density Polyethylen - Yellow
LDPE Recyclate - Low-Density Polyethylen - Mixed Color
Mixed Color

LDPE recyclate: an important step towards the circular economy

For a functioning circular economy, it is essential that plastics are recycled and used for a new purpose. One type of plastic that is particularly suitable for recycling is LDPE (low-density polyethylene). LDPE is a widely used plastic in many applications, from packaging to toys. By using LDPE pellets, companies can not only save costs but also increase their environmental responsibility.

LDPE is a thermoplastic that is a form of polyethylene and is made from ethylene. It is one of the most common plastics and has a low density, which makes it lightweight and flexible. It is commonly used in packaging, films, toys and other applications. It is also heat resistant and chemically stable, making it suitable for a wide range of applications. However, despite its many benefits, the production of LDPE also produces large amounts of waste, making it necessary to turn to sustainable solutions such as recycled LDPE plastic.

The advantages of LDPE plastic

LDPE recyclate is not only a cost-effective alternative to virgin raw materials, but also an environmentally friendly option. Using LDPE pellets and regrind reduces the need for raw materials, thus reducing the depletion of natural resources. It also helps to diminish waste mountains by reusing waste and thus protecting it from disposal. It also decreases the amount of greenhouse gas emissions released during the manufacture of new plastic products. In this respect, using LDPE pellets is a more environmentally friendly option than using virgin granulate.

The application areas of LDPE recyclate

LDPE plastic can be used in many applications. In the packaging industry, it is often used to make bags, carrier bags and shipping bags. LDPE pellets are also often used in the toy sector as it is safe, non-toxic and durable.

Also widely used are films made of LDPE plastic, which are often used in agriculture as covers. LDPE is also used in gardens, e.g. for the production of lawn edgings and flower pots, as it is robust and weather-resistant.

Challenges in the use of LDPE recyclate

The use of LDPE pellets also brings some challenges compared to virgin granulate. One hurdle is ensuring the certification and quality of the recycled material. Customers want to be sure that the material meets the required standards and is suitable for their applications. The availability and supply of LDPE can also be a difficulty for many producers, as the amount of recycled material that meets the quality requirements is limited.


Not found what you are looking for or still have questions? We will be happy to help you source recycled LDPE for you based on your purchasing specification. Feel free to send an email to and get in touch with us. Or use the form below to order a sample.

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We ship recyclate samples worldwide in various containers depending on requirements. Request a recyclate sample to test our qualities for your purposes. We supply a variety of recyclates in the best quality and prices. We are sure that we can also meet your recyclate requirements.

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