Plastic waste collection and recycling

We buy PP and PE plastic waste

4Plast Corp. collaborates with businesses spanning various sectors, procuring scrap PP and PE plastics destined for recycling at our plastic recycling plant in Florida. Instead of solely focusing on transactions, we prioritize cultivating partnerships with our suppliers. We provide guidance on the segregation, storage, and handling of materials, ensuring they optimize the value of their plastic scrap throughout the process.

PP Pipes
PP pots
HDPE barrels
PP waste collection and recycling

Polypropylene (PP)

We collect Polypropylene waste, cutoffs, byproducts, etc., including:

  • containers
  • bottles
  • bumpers
  • interior trim
  • battery cases
  • furniture
  • appliances
  • toys
  • trays
  • boxes
  • saucers for plants
  • household goods
  • surgical instruments
  • syringes
  • medical packaging
  • pipes
  • fittings
  • various components in chemical processing.

We collect PP rigid materials only.

We do not collect PP film, PP supersacks, textiles, etc. 


Polyethylene (PE, HDPE, LDPE)

We collect both HDPE (high-density polyethylene) and LDPE (low-density polyethylene, including:

  • containers
  • barrels
  • totes
  • bottles
  • pallets
  • pipes and fittings
  • fuel tanks, bumpers, interior trim, and under-the-hood parts
  • insulation materials
  • medical packaging
  • toys
  • consumer goods
  • household goods
  • sporting goods, including kayaks, canoes, etc.

We collect rigid materials only.

We do not collect film, textiles, etc. 

We turn PP waste into commodity


Polypropylene (PP) is a type of thermoplastic polymer that is widely used in various industries due to its versatile properties. Here are some key characteristics and applications of polypropylene:

  1. Versatility: Polypropylene is highly versatile and can be used in both rigid and flexible forms. It can be easily molded, extruded, or fabricated into various shapes and forms.
  2. Chemical Resistance: Polypropylene is resistant to many chemical solvents, acids, and bases, making it suitable for use in chemical and corrosive environments.
  3. Low Density: PP is a lightweight material, which makes it ideal for applications where weight is a concern, such as automotive components and packaging.
  4. High Strength: Despite its low density, polypropylene exhibits high tensile strength, stiffness, and toughness, making it suitable for structural applications.
  5. Heat Resistance: PP Polypropylene has a high melting point, typically around 130-171°C (266-340°F), depending on its grade, which makes it suitable for applications requiring heat resistance.
  6. Water Resistance: Polypropylene is inherently water-resistant, making it suitable for use in applications exposed to moisture or water.
  7. Applications: Polypropylene is used in a wide range of applications, including:
  • Packaging: Containers, bottles, caps, and films.
  • Automotive: Bumpers, interior trim, and battery cases.
  • Textiles: Fibers for carpets, ropes, and fabrics.
  • Consumer Products: Furniture, appliances, toys, and household goods.
  • Medical: Surgical instruments, syringes, and medical packaging.
  • Industrial: Pipes, fittings, and various components in chemical processing.

Overall, polypropylene’s combination of properties makes it one of the most widely used thermoplastics in the world, finding applications across diverse industries.

Car bumpers recycling
PP Recycling
PP furniture collector
We turn PE waste into commodity


Polyethylene (PE) is a widely used thermoplastic polymer known for its versatility and durability. It is produced through the polymerization of ethylene molecules and is available in various forms, including high-density polyethylene (HDPE), low-density polyethylene (LDPE), and linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE).

Key characteristics of polyethylene include:

  1. Flexibility: Polyethylene is highly flexible, making it suitable for a wide range of applications requiring bending and molding.
  2. Chemical Resistance: It exhibits resistance to many chemicals, acids, and bases, making it ideal for use in containers, pipes, and chemical-resistant linings.
  3. Water Resistance: PE Polyethylene is impermeable to water, making it suitable for applications such as water tanks, pipes, and pond liners.
  4. Lightweight: It is a lightweight material, which is advantageous for applications where weight is a concern, such as in packaging.
  5. Insulating Properties: Polyethylene possesses excellent electrical insulation properties, making it suitable for cable insulation and electrical components.
  6. Durability: It is highly durable and resistant to wear and tear, making it suitable for various outdoor and industrial applications.
  7. Recyclability: PE is recyclable, allowing for the material to be melted down and reused in new products, contributing to sustainability efforts.

Overall, polyethylene’s combination of properties makes it a popular choice across a wide range of industries, including packaging, construction, automotive, and electronics.

HDPE barrels
HDPE Fuel tank collection
HDPE Pipes

4Plast Corp.

680 Edgewood Ave N
Jacksonville, FL 32254

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