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We work with businesses in a wide range of industries, including retail, hotels, offices, service providers, and event management. Our courteous customer service professionals are here to assist you with your commercial plastic waste recycling needs at any time. Call us at 0151 321 9870 right now. You can recycle plastic waste effectively and manage plastic waste at a low cost with the help of our team.

Keeping profits high while reducing costs and increasing your sustainability is our priority. In business operations or in the manufacturing of plastics, plastic waste is generated regularly by businesses. As we strive toward a healthier and more sustainable world, we are continuing to work toward that goal. You can rest assured that we will recycle all your plastic waste and ensure it does not end up in a landfill.

What is Plastic Waste?

Plastic waste is garbage made out of plastic or plastic items. Despite the long-lasting qualities of plastic, if it is not managed properly, it can remain within our environment for generations. Plastic quickly breaks down into pieces due to wear and tear; however, its polymer chains only decompose into smaller components at extremely high temperatures caused by chemical recycling. As recycling industry professionals, we can help your company design cost-effective, ecologically friendly, and simple-to-use plastic recycling collecting systems. However, plastic waste is only recycled to a small extent today. You can get a quote for free by calling us today or filling in the form on the right.

Plastics have a unique set of qualities that make them extremely useful. Polymers are lengthy chains of molecules made up of repeating monomers, and they’re commonly created from substances like petroleum. Its chemical structure can be tweaked to give it diverse properties, such as flexibility or hardness, transparency or opacity. They’re long-lasting, sturdy, light, and water-resistant, as well as reasonably simple and affordable to make. The majority of modern plastics are made from fossil fuels such as natural gas or petroleum, but as new technology develops, polymers derived from renewable materials such as corn or cotton are becoming more common. There are thousands of patented plastics in a variety of industries, each with its own set of characteristics.

Plastic Waste Recycling Liverpool

Recycling plastic means collecting old plastic and transforming it into new, usable commodities. Around the world, about a trillion pounds of plastic are produced and used each year. Almost all of the plastic will be recycled, preventing it from being dumped in landfills. Instead of tossing away the plastic, consider repurposing it. A classic recycling method is used for ordinary plastic waste. In this method of recycling, plastics are melted and used to create new plastic items. The recycled plastic is then formed into new products using injection moulding process techniques.

Chemical recycling is used for plastic waste that is a little more difficult to recycle into the same plastic components. This process frequently yields fuel oil as a result. The plastic is broken down to its chemical components during chemical plastic waste recycling so that it can be transformed to become something altogether different. The European Union has made circular economy and plastic waste reduction one of its major priorities, resulting in ever-tougher legislation including landfill bans, extended producer responsibility, and specific recycling targets.

Collecting, sorting, shredding, washing, melting, and pelletizing are the most basic plastic recycling methods. Depending on the type of resin or plastic product used, several techniques are used. In plastic recycling, there are two main steps:

First, we manually or mechanically sort plastics to guarantee that all contaminants are removed from the waste stream.

The polymers are then melted down in a new form or shredded into flakes and melted down before being processed into granules in the second stage.

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