Post-Consumer Resin (PCR)

Our Post Consumer Resin (PCR) grades are carefully chosen to ensure that they can fit a wide range of applications without compromising sustainability. We offer several PCR materials including rPET, rHDPE, rLDPE, and rPP – each of which is subjected to rigorous industrial benchmarks. Whether you’re looking to produce durable packaging solutions or everyday consumer products, our range of PCR resins will give you the best of performance and applicability.

What Is Post-Consumer Resin?

PCR represents recycled plastic resin derived from post-consumer waste. These materials are usually reclaimed from discarded products and include PP, LLDPE, PVC, HDPE, LDPE, and PET. As a trusted enterprise specializing in the procurement and distribution of recycled plastic raw materials, we ensure that our PCR grades meet strict industry standards and offer our clients an eco-friendly manufacturing resource.

PCR Attributes

We offer PCR solutions with the following attributes:


Density (g/cc)
LLDPE: 0.917
LDPE: 0.920
LDPE: 0.923
HDPE: 0.953
HDPE: 0.057
HDPE: 0.960
PP homo: 0.9 g/cc
PP homo: 0.9 g/cc
PP copo: 0.9 g/cc
PP copo: 0.9 g/cc
Lebel Content
pellets: 0
pellets: 0
regrind: 0
regrind: 2%


Injection, Extrusion, Blow Mold


Post-Consumer Resin (PCR)





PCR Applications and Benefits

PCR Benefits

  • Energy Conservation: Utilizing PCR can help businesses lower their carbon footprint.
  • Environmental Sustainability: By repurposing plastic waste from landfills and oceans, PCR facilitates resource preservation and reduces the demand for virgin plastics.
  • Enhanced Brand Reputation: Businesses that utilize PCR can strengthen their brand reputation and resonate with eco-conscious consumers.
  • Cost Savings: PCR is measurably cheaper than virgin resin and may also allow businesses to qualify for tax benefits
  • Regulatory Compliance: By incorporating PCR, businesses can meet rigorous environmental regulations without compromising on growth.

PCR Applications and Uses

  • Packaging: PCR is commonly used in the production of bottles, containers, trays, and protective films.
  • Textiles: Commonly utilized to produce eco-friendly clothing apparel, bags, and footwear.
  • Electronics: It’s used in the manufacturing of electronic devices and accessories, including casings, and housings.
  • Construction: PCR finds application in the construction sector for manufacturing roofing tiles, insulation, flooring, and pipes.
  • Automotive: PCR is commonly utilized for making automotive components such as interior trim, seat fabrics, and carpeting.

For a brighter, greener tomorrow.