Centriforce Products is one of the UK's largest recyclers / reprocessors of waste plastic materials. We take mainly waste plastic film and bottles and turn this into higher value second-use products

Centriforce predominantly utilises polyolefin or polyethylene / polypropylene feed stocks in its process. Our manufacturing process turns the leftover plastics into technical products which are utilised in a wide variety of end-use applications.

Unlike other UK plastic recyclers, we carefully obtain raw materials from different supply sources so that we can control feedstock quality and availability. Our scrap plastic sources include industrial waste, post consumer plastics as well as retail waste plastics.

We are always interested in potential new sources of polyethylene or polypropylene material as our business continues to grow. Please enquire about our plastic recycling services if you are looking for a sustainable method to utilise waste polythene - especially if you are also interested in exploring possible applications for recyclable plastics in your own company (i.e. 'closed loop recycling')

We recycle the following materials into new and existing products:

bales of polythene film being unloaded

Low density Polyethylene (LDPE)

This covers a broad range of polythene products and is mainly in film and sheet forms. It may include polythene bags, shrink or stretch wrap, garment covers, general polythene packaging or supermarket waste.Material is normally taken into our facilities in baled form in order to minimise transport costs and carbon miles. If you have a LDPE material for recycling please contact below.

Medium density polythene (MDPE)

Principal sources of MDPE for recycling are normally pipe and tube based products. We generally take material in truck load quantities to minimise transport costs.

High density polythene (HDPE)

HDPE is widely used for industrial and consumer products and waste plastics may come in the form of bottles, film scrap, pipe and even crates. Supermarket ‘bags for life’ are often based on HDPE polymers

We accept material into our plant in both baled and granulated forms and in a range of colours. Should you have material available, please contact us below for more information

Polypropylene (PP)

Polypropylene is normally based on industrial scrap or sometimes sheet and board or, as off-cuts from various polymers. This very versatile polymer finds wide use in the market and is normally taken into our plant in pellet or granulated forms. We may also be able to take material in raw forms eg crates if sufficient quantities are involved and transport distances are short.



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