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We buy scrap and waste plastic paying top rates. From one-off loads to regular collections we offer unbeatable service

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There isn’t an industrial waste or scrap job too big for NWP. Our fast and efficient services cover all corners of the UK

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We help to ensure that your waste makes fewer trips to the landfill each year, helping you towards a zero waste target

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Our drivers collect for FREE from all over the UK so don’t waste your scrap PVC and plastics! Our customers include:
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• Factories/warehouses
• Wholesalers/retailers

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Polycarbonate PC

Polycarbonate is very strong that makes it less resistant to impact, it is fully recyclable and is made from a natural resource (oil) it provides an excellent yield for plastic recycling facilities. The usual process for recycling polycarbonate is to sort, shred, wash, granulate and then compound ready for re-use.

Acrylic PMMA

PMMA is very difficult to recycle, involves a lot of energy and the toxic contents of the acrylic are a potential environmental hazard. Equally, acrylic is not biodegradable, and so wont break down over time. One method of recycling is pyrolysis, in which the PMMA is extremely heated in the absence of oxygen. Another procedure is depolymerisation, which involves heating the acrylic until the monomers are separate.


PVC is often recycled through the VinyLoop process, which involves filtering out the composite materials in the plastic (rubbers, metals, textiles, other plastics) using a solvent, and then grinding it down into a PVC granule.
Often PVC pipes will end up as PVC pipes, as this is not the easiest to recycle or the most versatile type of thermoplastic.


Typically HDPE is recycled through a granulation process. If plastic recycling factories take in mixed grades of HDPE material, they are sometimes separated before processing. This allows the factory to make a higher-grade product for onward sale to manufacturers. Using recycled HDPE considerably cheaper than buying virgin material, the price of HDPE is mainly driven by the price of oil plus other global factors.