The "second life" of polymer waste in the form of pellets
Regranulate is a polymer granule obtained from the recycling of polymer secondary material resources.
For the production of regranulate as a raw material, we use wastes of low-density polyethylene, high-density polyethylene and their modifications.
Many years of experience in the recycling of polymers allowed to JSC “BPPP” to produce high-quality recycled polyethylene granules in the following assortment::
- LDPE granule (obtained from transparent and/or color films and LDPE film products);
- LDPE stretch granule (obtained from polyethylene stretch films);
- HDPE granule (obtained from transparent and/or color films and HDPE film products).
At the request of the customer, the granule can be presented in any color range (coloured), as well as in natural color (uncoloured).
The regranulate of JSC “BPPP” is made on a modern recycling line according to Technical Conditions BY 600012297.121-2016 and passes quality control at all stages of the production process in the company's own accredited laboratory.
It is packed in polypropylene big bags with a capacity of 800-1000 kg.
The sphere of application of regranulate is extremely large: it is used in the manufacture of plastic products for industrial use, plastic containers, polymer pipes, various types of film and products from it, and many other polymer products.
The regranulate obtained as a result of recycling is a valuable raw material widely demanded by modern companies. The use of secondary polymer raw materials in production allows to reduce the cost of production,without reducing its consumer properties, and alsosolves the problem of the harmful effects of plastic waste on the environment.
- high-quality secondary polymer granule;
- flexible terms of cooperation with a customized approach to each client;
- logistics services for the delivery of the product anywhere.
Regarding the acquisition of the regranulate of production of JSC “BPPP”:
Chief of Sales Department
tel.+375 (177) 79-08-20
mob.+375 (44) 539-64-48
fax:+375 (177) 79-08-23