Plastic Recycling

Specializing in the shredding, cleaning, and extruding of plastic recycled materials

Plastic recycling is the process of collecting, sorting, processing, and reusing plastic materials to create new products. A key component of sustainable waste management, the recycling industry aims to reduce the environmental impact of plastic waste by diverting these materials from landfills and incineration. Plastic recycling helps conserve resources, reduce energy consumption, and minimize the pollution and carbon emissions associated with producing virgin plastics. We at eFACTOR3 work with our suppliers, clients, and the greater plastics industry to provide solutions to shred, clean, extrude, and recirculate these materials.

As an equipment and systems supplier, we can solve any application regarding the recycling of plastic. Our equipment includes but is not limited to the following:

  • Bale breakers for film, PET bottles, HDPE bottles and other materials that need to be sorted and recycled
  • Fine shredders for many different needs
  • Dry Cleaning Systems for material that can be cleaned without water

  • Infrared Dryers for many different applications including PET bottle recycling
  • Electrostatic separation to separate polymers from each other without color restrictions

  • Metal separation to protect downstream equipment or to clean up regrind
  • Washing systems for the most challenging materials
  • Screening for classification of materials
  • Windsifting to remove heavy contaminates or to remove labels from PET bottles

  • Continuous Melt Filtration for highly contaminated streams of material

  • Re-Compounding Systems to produce tailor made pellets from Post Consumer/Post Industrial material streams

  • Single screw extrusion specifically for low bulk density film and fibers





Rigid/Profile Recycling

Odor Reduction

Plastic Processing Bale Breaking


Plastic Recycling with Westeria

Mixed Film Test (M&J, Spaleck, and Westeria)

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