What is LDPE 4 plastic?
LDPE 4 is a type of plastic that is commonly used in packaging and other consumer products. It is a low-density polyethylene (LDPE) which is a thermoplastic made from the monomer ethylene. Low-density polyethylene is a highly flexible and durable material that is resistant to moisture and chemicals, making it an excellent choice for packaging and other products that require a strong and waterproof material. LDPE plastic is recyclable, please contact us if you have accumulated LDPE waste.
We buy LDPE plastic for recycling in Indiana
To get the best price for your LDPE waste here are some guidelines. To recycle LDPE Film, a company first needs to collect and bale it. The film must be kept clean, dry and free from contaminants. Then when there are enough bales to fill a 53′ Semi-Trailer – we send in a truck and ship the LDPE Film to a reprocessing facility. The film is finally shredded, washed, dried and converted into a pellet.