We reduce CO2 emissions by incorporating recycled materials into our products


The standard ISO 14021 defines recycled content as “the proportion, by mass, of recycled material in a product or packaging”.

Our goal is to prevent plastic waste from ending up in landfills or abandoned in places where it doesn’t belong. By recycling, we mean plastic waste that returns to the value chain after a transformation process, making the circularity of plastics possible. For this reason, we are committed to their reincorporation into our production process.


Mechanical or chemical

The transformation of plastic waste can be carried out through a mechanical or chemical process. These processes complement each other since chemical recycling is complementary to mechanical recycling by treating the fractions of plastic waste that the mechanical process cannot.



It is an alternative with a more economical process and with greater savings in CO₂ emissions that allows obtaining recycling with good performance depending on the quality of the waste. This process involves prior separation and cleaning, and the resulting products are not suitable for food contact.

What products do we use in mechanical recycling?

Pre-consumer material

Recovered from the waste stream during a manufacturing process before being consumed.

Post-consumer material

Generated by end-users for domestic use or by commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities.




Chemical recycling complements mechanical recycling by treating the fractions of plastic waste that the mechanical process cannot.

In chemical recycling, polymer molecules are broken down into raw materials (monomers). This process allows petrochemical companies to manufacture new plastics through new polymerization processes, among other things.

The most widely used chemical recycling technique is Pyrolysis, which is thermal depolymerization using heat and without chemical reagents.

Chemical recycling advantages

  • Food contact
  • Homogeneity
  • Complementary to mechanical recycling
  • Same technical performance as virgin raw material
  • It doesn’t require the previous separation of waste



Designed to give a new life to plastics

Solutions for shrink-grouping

We offer different solutions concerning the recycling percentages included in the formulation without sacrificing mechanical properties.

Shrink Grouping

Solutions for Recovered Mulch

This mulch is made from post-consumer agricultural material. Technically designed to maintain its performance during field installation.


Packaging Rope Solutions

For its development, we use high-quality recycled materials to achieve a material with high performance that’s also environmentally friendly.

Black Label Twine

Twine solutions for tutoring

It avoids the need to separate the twine from the plant mass at the end of the crop, being able to deliver the whole to the usual composting centers.

Certified OK Industrial Compost.

Ecotutor (recycled)

Blow-molded packaging solutions

The range of sustainable blow molding solutions

Blow-molded containers

Silage Solutions

Made from highly refined recycled polymers, achieving technical properties equivalent to those of premium films.

Cycled wrap

If you are looking for more solutions with recycled materials