INTCO recycling produces high quality recycled GPPS to meet the demand of renewable foam material

General purpose polystyrene, usually referred to by its acronym GPPS, is made from styrene monomer polymers by suspension. It is a solid product, usually through and compressed in the form of particles, to produce a range of products. It has high gloss and clarity.

GPPS is relatively robust and weather-resistant. The flow of materials is simple and suitable for use in molds, including toys, CD boxes, coat hangers and plastic cups and other end products. The general purpose polystyrene is used in applications such as IT equipment, transparent jewelry boxes and other types of casings.

However, with the growth of demand for polystyrene products, the general demand for GPPS raw materials has also increased, the market has rarely seen the original polystyrene products. It is found that polystyrene material can be used as a renewable resource after being recycled, and its value is not lower than that of the original material, and it is more advantageous in cost.

Not all people know that polystyrene is 100% recyclable. The cleaning material can be reused in the manufacture of new foam products. Any slightly contaminated material can be compacted and turned into recycled polystyrene pellets, this is a good renewable recourse that can be sold at a good price.

INTCO recycling has been engaged in the polystyrene recycling industry for more than ten years. From the original polystyrene waste purchaser to professional machine manufacturer, until now, INTCO recycling has become a specialist in polystyrene recycling industry.

As such a reliable enterprise, the quality of INTCO's recycled GPPS is also guaranteed. Equipped with professional granulating machine EREMA, INTCO can increase GPPS production while ensuring quality. In addition, the foam blocks we buy are usually compacted by our machines, which are clean, of high quality and easy to be used for recycled GPPS production. This is the most important advantage of INTCO recycling.

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