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Polyvinyl Chloride Recycling

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PVC Recycling

PVC Recycling

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The WasteTrade marketplace makes it easier than ever to access the most ethical and sustainable PVC recycling solutions in the world. We have a global userbase of fully-vetted members to offer you worldwide exposure for the scrap materials you have for sale. WasteTrade connects you directly to far more PVC recycling outlets than could ever be achieved by using waste brokers.

In connecting you directly with the PVC recycling outlets, WasteTrade removes any need for you to be reliant on the middleman waste brokers. You do not need to put your trust in brokers to offer you prices that honestly reflect the true value of your materials. Neither do you need to trust that brokers are sending your materials to ethical PVC recycling services, as all buyers on the WasteTrade marketplace have had to pass our verification process.

You can reach this global audience of PVC recycling companies very easily, by simply creating your account on WasteTrade. WasteTrade is completely free to use; there are no fees to sign up, no fees to create listings, and we take no commissions on material sold through the platform. Once you register, you will be granted full access to the marketplace just as soon as we have completed our verification process – usually within 24 hours.

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    Frequently asked questions

    Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is made by combining chlorine and ethylene to produce the monomer vinyl chloride. Vinyl chloride is then put through a process called polymerisation, in which the monomers are bonded together to form polymer chains of PVC.

    Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) in its pure form is extremely hard, which makes it very brittle. This means pure PVC is not suitable for toys, as breakages risk creating sharp edges that could injure children. However, there are certain additives that can be added to PVC to make it softer and more suitable for use in childrens’ toys and other products that require high durability.

    Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is a strong and durable material that is weather resistant and is a strong electrical insulator. It is also inexpensive and widely recyclable, making it a more environmentally friendly option - provided it is disposed of correctly.

    Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is strong, durable and impact resistant, it is easy to extrude and mould, is inexpensive and is recyclable. These properties mean PVC is highly versatile and can be used in a variety of applications. The fact that it is cheap and recyclable also make it a more financially viable choice for manufacturers and safer for the environment.

    Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is used in many different ways, such as: Window frames, door frames, piping, fittings, cables, cladding, roof and ceiling membranes and flooring.