Plastic Recyclate Pellets - PCR r-LLDPE - Linear Low-Density Polyethylen

PCR r-LLDPE - Linear Low-Density Polyethylene - LLDPE Regrind - LLDPE Pellets

PCR r-LLDPE (Linear Low Density Polyethylene) is available in light to dark colors. It is suitable for blown film applications. Black LLDPE 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 LLDPE according to your purchasing specifications.

Qualities

Applications

  • Extrusion
  • Films
  • Compounding

Origin

  • Europe
  • Asia

Delivery destinations

Color samples

LLDPE Recyclate - Linear Low-Density Polyethylene - White
White
LLDPE Recyclate - Linear Low-Density Polyethylene - Green
Green
LLDPE recyclate - Linear Low-Density Polyethylene - Black
Black
LLDPE recyclate - Linear Low-Density Polyethylene - Transparent
Transparent

Recycled LLDPE: A sustainable option for B2B customers

In today's world, sustainability is a topic of great importance for companies in all industries. Many companies are turning to environmentally friendly and sustainable production to minimise their environmental footprint while reducing their costs. One way to implement this approach is to use recycled materials. Recycled LLDPE is an option that offers both environmental and economic benefits.

What is recycled LLDPE?

Linear Low Density Polyethylene (LLDPE) is a polymer used in many industries, including packaging, automotive and construction. LLDPE is a thermoplastic material made by polymerising ethylene and alpha-olefins. The material is lightweight, strong and flexible and has good resistance to chemicals and UV radiation.

Recycled LLDPE is a variant of the material produced by recycling used LLDPE. The recycled material can come from a variety of sources, such as packaging waste, agricultural films or construction films. The recycled material is then cleaned and processed in a complex process to produce a high quality version of LLDPE that meets industry requirements.

How is recycled LLDPE produced?

Recycled LLDPE is produced through a multi-stage process. First, the used LLDPE is collected and sorted. Then the material is washed and impurities are removed. In the next step, the material is shredded and processed into granules. The recycled granulate is then processed into new LLDPE that meets industry requirements.

What are the benefits of recycled LLDPE?

Recycled LLDPE offers a number of benefits for companies that focus on environmentally friendly and sustainable production. First of all, the use of recycled material helps to reduce waste and conserve resources. By reusing these materials, the environmental impact is reduced and the company's ecological footprint is lowered.

Another advantage of recycled LLDPE is that it is as effective as virgin LLDPE in many applications. There is no significant difference in the quality or performance of the recycled material compared to virgin material. Companies can therefore use recycled LLDPE without compromising on the quality of their products.

In addition, recycled LLDPE is often less expensive than virgin LLDPE. The production of virgin LLDPE requires the use of crude oil, while the production of recycled LLDPE is based on used material. Companies can reduce their material costs and at the same time reduce their environmental footprint by using recycled LLDPE.

How can companies use recycled LLDPE?

Recycled LLDPE can be used in many industries, including packaging, automotive and construction. In the packaging industry, recycled LLDPE can be used to make carrier bags, shrink films and other packaging. In the automotive industry, r-LLDPE can be used to make bumpers, trim and other components that require greater resistance to heat and UV radiation. In the construction industry, recycled LLDPE can be used to make films, pipes and other products.

Conclusion

Recycled LLDPE is a sustainable option for companies that focus on environmentally friendly production. The recycled material offers environmental and economic benefits and is as effective as virgin LLDPE in many applications. Companies can lower their material costs while reducing their environmental footprint by using recycled LLDPE.

 

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

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