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Raw materials correctly recycled

Professional reuse of raw materials

Closing the loop

Regranulate from recycled plastic waste has now become a viable alternative to producing new goods – as long as it is processed to a professional standard, of course. Having processed high grade plastic granulate for over 50 years, we are very well qualified to judge the quality of the results that we achieve through recycling. This is why we have decided to use this sustainable method.

How pergaloop® benefits you

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Best for the planet

Environmental protection and conserving resources through regranulation.

Conserving resources and the associated reduction in CO2 emissions are considered to be the primary challenges – and rightly so. For many years, our service portfolio has included processing our own waste, because resources are finite.

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Consistent quality

Sorting and recycling of plastic granulate from production waste.

We produce millions of plastic products every year, of which a significant amount inevitably ends up as waste material. Of course, no one knows better than we do what source materials, granulate and grade of granulate we used for manufacture. This makes us the obvious choice for producing perfectly sorted, high grade regranulate.

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Individual design

We use most of the regranulate for our own production.

However, we also supply to others. Plastic sent for recycling is re-formed into plastic regranulate, which is also possible on a custom basis. The properties of the regranulate can be optimised, for instance to make products tougher and more robust.

Available in the following

pergaloop PCR

PCR is the abbreviation for post-consumer recyclate. This means that the material was obtained from the recycling of plastic packaging from household waste. The plastics are collected in the yellow bag or yellow garbage can, sorted and then recycled.

pergaloop PIR

PIR means post-industry recyclate. These are materials that have accumulated in the industrial sector and are recycled. PIR is relatively easy to recycle because they are mostly single-grade and therefore do not need to be sorted.

For our environment

A further step to combat plastic waste

Regranulation is probably one of the best methods to keep our carbon footprint as low as possible for sustainable protection of the environment. The processes for re-forming and reusing plastics must also comply with the statutory environmental regulations concerning recycling and quality management. We have skilled and specially trained employees to oversee this and ensure that all directives are observed.

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