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Have you heard of HDPE Material? For those who are familiar with pipings or trunkings, might have heard about HDPE pipes. But what exactly is HDPE?

HDPE is an abbreviation for High Density Polyethylene. It is waterproof and has high resistance towards chemical. Due to its properties, it is often used in many packaging applications, namely household and indutrial chemicals such as detergents, acid, bleach, etc. It is also used as cable trunkings or pipes because of its robustness to the rigors of the environment.

Just as any as other plastic materials, HDPE materials are recyclable. HDPE Scrap is a form of recyclable waste which consists only HDPE. If you are involved in dealing with HDPE material, and would like to avoid unnecessary wastages, Raw Polymers Ltd. is a perfect stopover for you to sell the HDPE leftovers. So besides doing some side business, you are also doing your bit to Mother Earth. There are many forms of HSPE Scrap out there. Below are the most common ones:

  • Post consumer HDPE Scrap (mixed scrap made of HDPE. It can be sorted by color or not)
  • HDPE film trimmings (scrap left over from manufacturing)
  • HDPE grocery bags (they come in colors: natural, white, black, mixed, printed and unprinted)
  • HDPE Regrind (all kinds of HDPE heated into hard solid material then grinded and made ready for recycling)
  • Scrap HDPE bottles
  • HDPE barrels and drums (empty “barrels” made of HDPE)
  • HDPE Slip sheets
  • HDPE white film scrap
  • HDPE shreadings

For those who are interested in finding HDPE suppliers, you can also find the relevant people who are responsible in handling the business. All you have to do is jump in, and fill in the form to forward your inquiries.

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