Re:Lab will receive and process most research laboratory consumable plastics.
Gallery pictures: Graphic representation of research laboratory consumable plastics
Hard or flexible plastics, rubber, gloves, mixed, unclean. Organic contamination (e.g. color, sample rest, oil or any organic substance is not a problem. Biohazard must be decontaminated before sending to us. No radioactive contamination accepted.
We accept the following plastics:
Recycling Number 1. Denomination: PET – Polyethylenterephtalate
Recycling Number 2. Denomination: HDPE – High density polyethylene
Recycling Number 4. Denomination: LDPE – Low density polyethylene
Recycling Number 5. Denomination: PP - Polypropylene
Recycling Number: 6. Denomination: PS - Polystyrene
Recycling Number: 7. Denomination: Others: Polyamide, PMMA, BSA, PU, etc
What is to avoid: Recycling Nr. 3, PVC; halogenated (Cl, Br, F) plastics; Tolerance 2%; paper; cardboard; biomass; metals; glass; silicone; inerts, tolerance 5%.
Laboratory Plastics should be collected into specifically marked containers provided by us. Large providers or aggregators, should provide the laboratory plasticware void of liquids, pressed, balled and palleted. No shredding necessary.
Max humidity = 20%.
Normally, we will charge a gate fee for contaminated plastics.
We will issue a Certificate of Final Destination in collaboration with Environment Authorities.