PVC scrap refers to discarded or unused materials made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC), a synthetic thermoplastic polymer. PVC is commonly used in various industries for its durability, versatility, and cost-effectiveness. When PVC products reach the end of their useful life or become waste, they can be recycled or sold as scrap for further processing.

Here are some general specifications and characteristics of PVC scrap:

  1. Composition: PVC scrap primarily consists of polyvinyl chloride, which is a combination of vinyl chloride monomers. It may also contain additives such as plasticizers, stabilizers, pigments, and fillers.
  2. Forms: PVC scrap can come in various forms, including pipes, profiles, sheets, cables, films, bottles, flooring, and other molded or extruded products. The specific form of the scrap can impact its potential applications during recycling or reprocessing.
  3. Color: PVC scrap can exhibit a range of colors depending on the original product it originated from. Common colors include white, gray, beige, brown, and various shades of these colors. However, it’s important to note that PVC scrap can also contain mixed colors due to blending of different sources.
  4. Size and Shape: The size and shape of PVC scrap can vary widely based on the type of product it originated from. It can be found in different lengths, diameters, thicknesses, and shapes (e.g., pipes may be cylindrical, sheets may be rectangular).
  5. Contamination: PVC scrap may sometimes be contaminated with other materials, such as metal fittings, labels, adhesives, or dirt. The level of contamination can influence the ease and cost of recycling or reprocessing the scrap.
  6. Quality and Grade: The quality and grade of PVC scrap can differ depending on factors such as its condition, level of contamination, and specific properties required by the recycling or reprocessing facility. Higher-quality scrap with minimal contamination is generally more desirable.

It’s important to note that specific specifications and requirements for PVC scrap can vary depending on the recycling or reprocessing facility, as well as the intended application of the recycled material. If you have a particular type of PVC scrap in mind, it’s recommended to consult with recycling facilities or PVC scrap buyers to understand their specific requirements.

Material PVC Pipe and Window Profile
K-Value 65-67
Color Grey and White mix color
Quality Best Post industrial Scrap
Cleanliness Clean and Dry
Form Regrind
MOQ 25 Tons
Processing Time 21 days
Supply Ability 3000 tons/month


We deal in various Plastic Scraps of different types, including:
PET Scrap (PET Bottle Scrap, PET Flakes, PET Preform Scrap, PET Strapping Scrap, PET Lump Scrap)
ABS Plastic Scrap
Polycarbonate Scrap
HIPS Cup Scrap
HDPE Scrap (HDPE Mix Bottle Scrap, HDPE Mix Bottle Scrap Regrind, HDPE Blue Drum Scrap, HDPE Blue Drum Scrap Regrind, HDPE Milk Bottle Scrap, HDPE Milk Bottle Scrap Regrind)
LDPE Film Scrap ( LDPE Film Scrap in Bales, LDPE Film Scrap in Rolls)
XLPE Cross Link Cables Scrap
PVC Scrap: (PVC Cable Scrap, PVC Cable Scrap Regrind,
PVC Window Scrap
PVC Pipe Scrap
PP Regrind Scrap
PP Car Bumper Scrap
Plastic Roll Scrap
EPS Block Scrap
Butyl Rubber Tube Scrap
Used Conveyor Belts
PU Foam Scrap
Rebonded Foam
BOPP Film Scrap

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