As one of the leading plastic recycling companies, CT Polymers (with recycling facilities conveniently located in Indiana and Arkansas) has the expertise and state-of-the-art technology to recycle plastic of all forms, including polystyrene (PP).
Polystyrene (PS) is a versatile plastic material used to make a variety of consumer products including automotive parts, food service packaging, and medical devices to name a few. When formed into a solid, this durable plastic is often utilized for products in need of clear packaging. Colorants can be added to the clear plastic base to make customized plastics for use in items such as toys, appliances, and even electronics. Additionally, expanded polystyrene (EPS) is made into a foam material and is highly valued for its insulating and cushioning abilities.
CT Polymers’s plastic recycling process for polypropylene begins with buying raw materials, testing plastic quality in our high-tech processing lab, and densifying and extruding plastic products per our customer’s exact specifications.
Learn more about buying recycled plastic like polypropylene (PP) or selling your scrap plastic to CT Polymers.
CT POLYMERS: COMMITTED TO QUALITY
With two locations in the United States, and 185,000 square feet of space for storing, recycling and processing scrap into recycled plastic, CT Polymers has invested in the technology and infrastructure required to provide a full-service experience.