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Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a widely-used plastic. In terms of revenue generated, it is one of the most valuable products of the chemical industry. Globally, over 50% of PVC manufactured is used in construction. As a building material PVC is cheap, and easy to assemble. In recent years, PVC has been replacing traditional building materials such as wood, concrete and clay in many areas. Despite appearing to be an ideal building material, concerns have been raised about the environmental and human health costs of PVC.
  1. BP13C PVC Cable
    BP13C PVC Cable
    PVC Micronised and washed from cable industry
    50mt per month 22 mt 40 fcl
    Packaging big-bags

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  2. BP14 Soft PVC doormat production scrap
    BP14 Soft PVC doormat production scrap
    BP14 Soft PVC black doormat production scrap

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  3. BP15  PVC  Pipe Of  Cuts From Irrigation
    BP15 PVC Pipe Of Cuts From Irrigation
    BP15 PVC Pipe Of Cuts From Irigationd


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  4. BP15  Shredded PVC Profiles
    BP15 Shredded PVC Profiles
    BP15 Shredded PVC Profiles

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  5. BP15 - Rigid PVC Micronised for Pipe Extrusion
  6. BP15 Corrugated  Pipe  Scrap mainly  Yellow  Color
    BP15 Corrugated Pipe Scrap mainly Yellow Color
    BP15 Corrugated Pipe Scrap Single Color from one source, only yellow.

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  7. BP15 PVC Pipe Post Industrial Regrind
    BP15 PVC Pipe Post Industrial Regrind
    BP15 PVC Pipe Post Industrial Regrind.


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  8. BP15 PVC Rigid PVC Shutters and pipe Shredded
    BP15 PVC Rigid PVC Shutters and pipe Shredded
    BP15 PVC Rigid PVC Shutters and pipe Shredded

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  9. BP15 PVC Rigid White Bales  from Window  blinders
    BP15 PVC Rigid White Bales from Window blinders
    BP15 PVC Rigid White Bales from Window blinders

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  10. BP15 Rigid PVC Foam Plate Scrap Good For Extrusion

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