Recycling Process

Recycling Benefits

Reduce Waste

Reduce the amount of waste sent to landfills and incinerators.

Energy Saving

Reduce the amount of nonrenewable fossil fuel used to produce new plastic, saves energy.

Conserve Natural Resources

Conserves natural resources such as timber, water and minerals.


Reduce the greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to global climate change.

The process of recycling is basically aimed at environmental conservation. It is a common fact that recycling paper saves lots of trees that are used for manufacturing paper. Likewise, plastic being a major contributor of global waste, can cause serious environmental concerns. This is due to the non-degradable nature of plastic that keeps it intact for a very long period. Plastic bottles, bags, and other such products can be seen floating in the rivers, lakes, and oceans. It can be said that such waste can be seen in almost all regions with human inhabitation.

It is said that recycling one ton of plastic results in saving the energy used by two humans in a year, and the water required by a person for two months. It also saves around 2000 pounds of petroleum. Apart from that, various beneficial products are manufactured from recycled plastic. In short, plastic recycling is beneficial in many ways. So, stop throwing plastic, and take efforts to promote its recycling.

Recycling Process


The first step in the recycling process is always collecting the plastic material that is to be recycled.


Plastics are usually sorted in a few common ways, such as the type of plastic (material it is made with), color of the plastic, or even how it was made. .


The material is washed, grinding into flakes and then is converted to pellets or chips.


Plastic pellets or chips are processed and converted in to new products.