USPR Quality

Mile High Blend By Steve Porter Copyright US Plastics Recovery All rights reserved

FPVC medium durometer blend regrind from USPR

USPR always has projects underway to improve recycled plastic regrind quality, production reliability, and inbound material quality.

USPR takes a different approach to plastic recycling than our competitors.  We are not scrap traders. Our managers have deep knowledge of plastic processing and industrial process control. We are relentless in improving our processes to produce the best product in the industry.

Please call or email to try a sample.

US Plastics Recovery
Trading Officer


Materials Available for Sale

USPR Lab Tech

Miscibility/flow testing

We work closely with our ongoing customers to allow them to regulate their material flow for optimum inventory availability. USPR can grind material from 2″ down to 3/16″ in 1/16″ increments. We can clean the material of dusts, labels, paints, fibers, films, rocks, and many other types of contaminants.

We offer the following material types and more:

  • HDPE (High Density Polyethylene)
  • LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene) and LLDPE (Linear Low Density Polyethylene)
  • HMW (High Molecular Weight Polyethylene also known as HMWPE)
  • COPP (Co-Polymer Polypropylene AKA “PP-Copolymer”) and HOPP (Homo-Polymer Polypropylene AKA “PP-Homopolymer)
  • GPPS (General Purpose Polystyrene AKA “GIPS”), LIPS (Low Impact Polystyrene), MIPS (Medium Impact Polystyrene), and HIPS (High Impact Polystyrene)
  • ABS (Acrylonitrilebutadienestyrene)
  • TPO (Thermoplastic Olefin), TPE (Thermoplastic Elastomer), and TPV (Thermoplastic Vulcanizate)
  • POM (Polyoxymethylene AKA “Acetal” or “Delrin” [TM of DuPont])
  • PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) in flexible (FPVC), rigid (RPVC), and foamed forms, all durometers
  • PMMA (Polymethylmethylacrylate AKA “Acrylic”)
  • PC (Polycarbonate AKA “Polycarb”)
  • PETE (Polyestherteraphthalate Ethylene), PETG (Polyestherterephthalate Glycol), and K-Resin
  • Compression molded composites
  • Many other polymer grades, alloys, and composites
  • Metals – steel, iron, nickel, copper, brass, aluminum, vanadium, tungsten, silver, gold, platinum, palladium, and other precious or non-precious metals
  • Papers – OCC (“cardboard” or “corrugated”), office paper, white ledger, SBS, IGS, newsprint, and many other grades
US Plastics Recovery
Trading Officer