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Axion Polymers to showcase recycled polymer grades at Interplas 2020

  • 1 Apr 2020

Axion Polymers will be showcasing its range of locally sourced and produced Axpoly® recycled PP and ABS polymers grades at Interplas 2020, scheduled for 29 September – 1 October.

The Manchester-based plastics recycler’s technical sales team will be on stand A8, where it will be discussing how injection-moulders and manufacturers can use high quality recycled polymers, or bespoke blends with virgin material, in an extensive range of product applications.

Axion Polymers produces two types of recycled polymer pellet from its advanced re-processing plants for Automotive Shredder Residue (ASR) derived from End of Life Vehicles (ELV) and mixed waste electrical goods (WEEE).

These are Axpoly® PP (polypropylene) and ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene).

At its in-house laboratory and testing facilities, Axion’s expert team works with customers to formulate specific grades to match whatever their polymer physical properties requirements may be.

 

Trials can also be conducted in house, and at customers’ own factories, to guarantee the recycled polymer is suitable for customers’ particular applications.

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Mark Keenan, Axion Polymers Business Development Manager, commented: “At our two processing sites, we have developed a unique process that refines our sustainable and secure UK source of infeed material into high-quality engineering polymers that match virgin material quality.

“More manufacturers, especially those in the automotive and electrical sectors, are looking to increase recycled content or switch to using recycled polymer in new goods.

“Here at Axion Polymers, we can help customers do that by offering a reliable supply of quality-assured recycled polymers and expert support on site to help with their machinery set up, if required.”

“As a proud ‘Made in Britain’ member, we are looking forward to welcoming visitors at the UK’s Number One plastics show and explain how our secure recycled polymer supply chain can provide sustainable solutions for all types of manufacturers.”

Axion Polymers is part of the Axion Group that develops and operates innovative resource recovery and processing solutions for recycling waste materials.

The Group works with a large range of clients within the recycling and process industries, on the practical development of new processing and collection methods.

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