Material Information


is an innovative material created from recycled polypropylene (PP). This sustainable alternative effectively retains the essential technical properties of traditional plastics, such as specific weight and thermal characteristics, while offering an environmentally responsible choice for packaging needs. It is a step towards reducing ecological impact and aligns with contemporary efforts for sustainable development.


  • The production of PP regenarate begins with the collection and sorting of PP waste from industry and households.
  • The waste is cleaned and shredded to remove impurities and facilitate processing.
  • The cleaned and shredded waste is melted and extruded to make pellets, known as regrind.
  • The PP regrind is subjected to strict quality controls to ensure that it meets the requirements of the packaging industry.

Areas of application in industry:

  • Transport packaging: PP regenarate can be used to produce stable transport packaging such as pallets and crates.
  • Household goods: The material is also used to make household items such as bin liners, buckets and storage containers.
  • Food packaging: PP regenarate is ideal for the production of food packaging such as yogurt pots, fresh food cans and films.
  • Cosmetics and pharmaceutical packaging: Due to its chemical resistance and food-safe properties, PP regenarate is also used for the packaging of cosmetic and pharmaceutical products.

PP regenerate vs. conventional packaging materials:
the advantages at a glance:
Compared to conventional packaging materials such as PET, PVC or polystyrene, PP regenerate offers decisive advantages in terms of sustainability, cost-effectiveness and applicability.


  • Reduction of raw material consumption: PP regenarate is made from recycled polypropylene, which reduces the consumption of fossil raw materials for the production of new plastics.
  • mproved recyclability: Compared to materials such as PVC or PET, PP regenarate is easier and cheaper to recycle as it contains fewer chemical additives and can be processed at lower temperatures.
  • Reduced environmental impact: The production of PP regenarate causes less CO2 emissions and has an overall lower environmental impact than the production of conventional packaging materials.

Cost efficiency:

  •  Lower material costs: As PP regenarate is made from recycled material, it is generally more cost-effective than conventional packaging materials such as PET or PVC.
  •  Energy savings: Less energy is required to produce PP regenarate than conventional plastics.

Applications and properties:

  • Versatility: PP regenarate can be used in a wide range of packaging applications, from food packaging to transportation packaging and household goods.
  • Chemical resistance: Compared to other plastics, PP regenarate is more chemically resistant and therefore well suited for packaging aggressive or corrosive substances.
  • Lower weight: Compared to conventional packaging materials such as PET or PVC, PP regenarate is lighter, which reduces transportation costs and CO2 emissions.

PP regenarate is a sustainable, cost-effective and versatile alternative to conventional packaging materials. With its improved environmental properties, lower costs and wide range of applications, PP regenarate offers significant benefits to both businesses and consumers. Against the background of growing environmental problems and the increasing demand for sustainable solutions, the use of PP regenarate as a packaging material is becoming increasingly important. Companies in the packaging industry can benefit from switching to reclaimed PP by not only fulfilling their ecological responsibility, but also achieving economic advantages and setting themselves apart from the competition.

You can find products made from PP regenerate in our Eco Line.