Enva provides recycled Polypropylene (PP), Polystyrene (PS), High Impact Polystyrene (HIPS) and Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) polymers to customers wanting to offset their use of virgin materials in the production of Black Masterbatch.
The use of recycled polymers enables manufacturers to realise a number of financial, environmental and commercial benefits that include reduced production costs, increased demand and quality comparable to virgin alternative.
Enva’s consistent input material and high-quality recycling processes ensure our polymers fulfil the demands of the compounding process. As a result, the pigment and additive parts can be merged into the base polymer completely homogeneously.
The use of recycled polymer has a number of environmental benefits:
The quality of Enva’s recycled polymer is directly comparable to the virgin alternative. This means that recycled Black Masterbatch can be used in the same range of processes including:
Enva’s consistent input material and high-quality recycling processes ensure it is more than capable of meeting the demands that are placed on its polymers during the compounding process. As a result, the pigment and additive parts can be merged into the base polymer completely homogeneously.
Enva processes data to provide: