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Types of plastic we can terminate and convert

Let's End It!

We focus on pretty much all types of plastic scrap, especially on the chasing arrows system#2-7 (indicated on the bottom of plastic products).

processable by poseidon industry


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HDPE under the chasing arrow system SPI code #2. High Density Polyethylene is a strong type of plastic which is able to withstand higher forces and a high temperature of 120 Celsius. Annual production is about 30 million tons. Most commonly used in food containers such as milk jugs, as well as plastic furniture, fuel jerrycans, flexible pipes, and medical supplies. This category is a great source for our system.

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Polyvinyl chloride, known as PVC, chasing arrow #3. This is the second largest type of polymer plastic to polyethylene and polypropylene. Annual production can reach up to 40 millions tons. It can be either rigid or flexible, thus commonly used in making pipes and cables. Due to the fact it contains Chloride as a key element, and depends on manufacture additive, it is more toxic when recycled. We are able to balance PVC in our mixing ratio, which allows us to be able to accept some percentage of even PVC to our operation.

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Belonging to SPI code #4, low density polyethylene is a thermoplastic made from monomer ethylene. It is rigid in form but extremely flexible in durability. It is most widely used in plastic bags, packaging foams, and shampoo/soap containers. Like HDPE, LDPE works great in our system and has high conversion rate to fuel oil.

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HDPE under the chasing arrow system SPI code #2. High Density Polyethylene is a strong type of plastic which is able to withstand higher forces and a high temperature of 120 Celsius. Annual production is about 30 million tons. Most commonly used in food containers such as milk jugs, as well as plastic furniture, fuel jerrycans, flexible pipes, and medical supplies. This category is a great source for our system.

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Polyvinyl chloride, known as PVC, chasing arrow #3. This is the second largest type of polymer plastic to polyethylene and polypropylene. Annual production can reach up to 40 millions tons. It can be either rigid or flexible, thus commonly used in making pipes and cables. Due to the fact it contains Chloride as a key element, and depends on manufacture additive, it is more toxic when recycled. We are able to balance PVC in our mixing ratio, which allows us to be able to accept some percentage of even PVC to our operation.

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Belonging to SPI code #4, low density polyethylene is a thermoplastic made from monomer ethylene. It is rigid in form but extremely flexible in durability. It is most widely used in plastic bags, packaging foams, and shampoo/soap containers. Like HDPE, LDPE works great in our system and has high conversion rate to fuel oil.

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The most common plastic used throughout the world, Polypropylene, SPI #5, also known as polyprolene, is a thermal plastic polymer used in wide variety of applications. PP’s annual production goes beyond 55 million tons. It has a high 160 Celsius melting point which helps in holding higher temperature foods and beverages. Due to its stable character, we see PP a lot in the food container industry, stationary, toys, consumer products, and single use products. We proudly accept PP even though it is contaminated with food.

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SPI #6, Polystyrene, known as PS, is a synthetic polymer. Polystyrene can be solid or foam. General-purpose polystyrene is clear, hard, and rather brittle. PS is naturally transparent, thus it has been used widely in containers, lids, covers, trays and disposable products. It can be extended to become Styrofoam. Similar to the other plastics, PS is also not considered biodegradable. Like the others, we love this source of plastic as our input material.

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All the rest of the plastic types not mentioned in between 1 to 7 falls into this part of the chasing arrows system. SPI #7, Polycarbonate (PC), polyamide (PA), styrene acrylonitrile (SAN), acrylic plastics/polyacrylonitrile (PAN) and other bioplastics. We are one of the few who can take this category and terminate them to convert to diesel fuel oil.

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The most common plastic used throughout the world, Polypropylene, SPI #5, also known as polyprolene, is a thermal plastic polymer used in wide variety of applications. PP’s annual production goes beyond 55 million tons. It has a high 160 Celsius melting point which helps in holding higher temperature foods and beverages. Due to its stable character, we see PP a lot in the food container industry, stationary, toys, consumer products, and single use products. We proudly accept PP even though it is contaminated with food.

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SPI #6, Polystyrene, known as PS, is a synthetic polymer. Polystyrene can be solid or foam. General-purpose polystyrene is clear, hard, and rather brittle. PS is naturally transparent, thus it has been used widely in containers, lids, covers, trays and disposable products. It can be extended to become Styrofoam. Similar to the other plastics, PS is also not considered biodegradable. Like the others, we love this source of plastic as our input material.

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All the rest of the plastic types not mentioned in between 1 to 7 falls into this part of the chasing arrows system. SPI #7, Polycarbonate (PC), polyamide (PA), styrene acrylonitrile (SAN), acrylic plastics/polyacrylonitrile (PAN) and other bioplastics. We are one of the few who can take this category and terminate them to convert to diesel fuel oil.

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Consider the second last number of SPI code system, #8. ABS is called Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene. This is a very common type of plastic used in the auto industry as well as consumer electronics, computers and even Lego bricks. We have conducted trials and tests to know ABS is another good source for us, with an average conversion rate of 50%+.

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Polyamide, known as PA as well as Nylon, is the last number in the SPI code system. Greatly used in toothbrushes, fishing nets and stockings. Again, we are one of the very few companies who can take this and also convert to diesel fuel.

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Consider the second last number of SPI code system, #8. ABS is called Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene. This is a very common type of plastic used in the auto industry as well as consumer electronics, computers and even Lego bricks. We have conducted trials and tests to know ABS is another good source for us, with an average conversion rate of 50%+.

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Polyamide, known as PA as well as Nylon, is the last number in the SPI code system. Greatly used in toothbrushes, fishing nets and stockings. Again, we are one of the very few companies who can take this and also convert to diesel fuel.

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