BirCom Certified Sustainable High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Recycle Resin Pellets

We Value
Sustainable Plastic

Birch Plastics has been focusing on sustainable plastic recycling for over twenty years. BirCom products are produced in our ISO9001:2015-Certified Houston, Texas, manufacturing facility.

BirCom HDPE Recycled Plastic Resin pellets are manufactured using only Green Circle Certified Recycled Plastic feedstocks. We can make natural, black, or custom colors to fit your needs.

When you purchase from Birch, you will receive a Green Circle Certification number to ensure our products are held to the highest ethical standards for sustainability, quality, and reliability.

At Birch, we offer two types of sustainable plastic resin products. BirCom RC (Recycled Content) and BirCom RV (recycled Content with virgin resin)

Bircom RC comprises 100% Recycled Plastic minus color concentrate if required.

BirCom RV is a mix of 50% Recycled Plastic and 50% Virgin Plastic resin. At Birch, we offer two types of sustainable plastic resin products. BirCom RC (Recycled Content) and BirCom RV (recycled Content with virgin resin).

BirCom Green Circle Certified Recycled Resin Options

BirCom Green Circle Sustainable High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Recycled Resins.

  • 1 million lbs. a month available.
  • Produced in our ISO 9001:2015 manufacturing facility located in Houston, Texas.
  • Consistently audited to receive third-party Green Circle Certification.
  • Customizable to fit your needs, including hybrid compounds where virgin + recycled resins are incorporated to meet any specific sustainability or product requirements.
  • Color options - custom, natural, or black.
HDPE ASTM D1238 Melt Index ASTM D1505 Density Pellet Color Recycled Content
BirCom HD68955RC-BK 6 - 8 0.955 Black 98%
BirCom HD03955RC-BK 0.3 0.955 Black 98%
BirCom HD05955RC-NT 0.5 0.955 Natural or Custom 100%

About High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE)

HDPE is the sturdiest and most inflexible type of polyethylene within polyethylene applications. Its sturdy and moderately robust character can be used for a wide range of applications. HDPE is defined by having a density greater than or equal to .941 g/cm3.

High-density polyethylene (HDPE) represents the most common portion of polyethylene applications. HDPE offers excellent impact resistance, is lightweight, has low moisture absorption, and has high tensile strength. Additionally, HDPE is also non-toxic and non-staining.

Stay In The Loop

Keep up-to-date with Birch Plastics

If you would like to receive our weekly material offering list, please submit your email.