LDPE is a plastic used for manufacturing plastic bags, containers, dispensing bottles, wash bottles, tubing, six-pack rungs, corrosion-resistant surfaces & playground slides.
LDPE identified by the number 4 on its recycling symbol.
Companies that produce significant amounts of LDPE waste can generate a significant return. In order to maximise returns, it is important that companies review the way in which they recycle LDPE waste, how it is stored and how often it is collected. Entire Recycling are happy to assist with this and, in many cases, can generate significant rebates and rebate increases.
Please call us or fill out the enquiry form below and one of our waste assessors will call you and help you to get good advice quickly and easily. Please feel free to ask, we won’t bite!
In order to maximise returns, I need a baler. Can you help?
Yes. We offer a range of balers to suit all budgets and can supply, sell or rent them to you. Please see our machinery section for more details
Our space on-site is limited. What can you do?
There are a number of ways that we can help but these will be determined by your needs. On the one hand, we can install balers & compacting skips &, on the other hand, we can arrange for regular collections. There are a range of options but all of these will depend on your situation & what you want to achieve.
Give us a call on 0116 286 7174 & we’ll discuss your options
We are most helpful to clients when we can arrange to come and undertake a waste assessment. As a first step, however, you may prefer to call us to discuss your options and to get an idea of whether we will be a good fit for you.
In order for you to see whether you’re getting the best return for your cardboard recycling, call us on 0116 286 7174
“How the installation of a static roll packer enabled one of the UKs largest Internet retailers to save £5,610 per...”CASE STUDY
“How one simple change generated this packaging manufacturer an extra £24k per year....”CASE STUDY
“How a vegetable packaging company turned redundant stock into £6,200 when they ended a supplier relationship...”CASE STUDY