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An important step towards resource sustainability.

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Plastigram Industries a.s. (PGI) has developed a technology for processing reject from used beverage cartons (for example Tetra Pak, Elopak, SIG Combibloc) paper recycling.

Used beverage cartons are recycled in paper mills, which only recover the paper component. The remaining polyethylene and aluminum, often referred to as “polyal”, are usually incinerated or landfilled. Our innovative process enables the recovery of plastics, including LDPE regranulate and regrind from caps, as well as aluminum (powder).

Beverage cartons are made of multi-layer composite consisting of paper, polyethylene and aluminium.

Paper is recycled at paper mills and remaining PE and Al composite is typically incinerated.

PGI technology allows recycling of PE and Al composite with the main final product being LDPE regranulate.

Our technology represents an important step towards resource sustainability. It significantly lowers the volume of landfilled and incinerated waste, reduces energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, and saves raw materials. In addition, it allows paper mills recycling UBC to reduce the cost associated with waste disposal.

Less waste for landfilling and incineration

Less energy consumed

Less raw materials consumed

Less greenhouse gases

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We offer to our partners a price-attractive and environment-friendly disposal of the remains of used beverage cartons after paper recycling. Please contact us at for more information.


We offer to our partners LDPE regranulate, HDPE regrind, and aluminum powder. Please contact us at for more information.

LDPE regranulate

  • Green color.
  • Melt flow rate of 4-6 g / 10 min (190°C, 2,16 kg).
  • Suitable for example for injection molding or film blowing (in laboratory conditions a 25 μm film was blown).
  • Production volume of ca 6,000 tons annually.

HDPE regrind from caps

  • Mixed colors.
  • Composition: HDPE ca 45%, LDPE ca 35% and PP ca 15-20%.
  • Contaminants (Alu, paper fibres, etc.): < ca 2%.
  • Melt flow rate of 7-8 g / 10 min (190°C, 2,16 kg).
  • Production volume of ca 1,500 tons annually.

Aluminum powder

  • Share of organic contaminants (mostly paper fibers) ca 40%.
  • Production volume of ca 1,000 tons annually.


We are looking for professionals that will contribute to development and operations of a unique technology for recycling of multi-layer flexible plastics packaging. We offer challenging jobs with excellent career development opportunity and competitive compensation.
Please contact us at for more information.

EU co-financing

Equipment for the recycling line in Sokolov has been co-financed by the European Union.

The European Union has also co-financed a project aimed at minimizing water consumption in the material recovery of the intermediate product from the recycling of used beverage containers. 


Recycling line Czechia:

Plastigram Industries a.s.

Tovární 2093
356 01 Sokolov

Offices and company seat:

Plastigram Industries a.s.
Exnárova 1a
149 00 Praha 4

ID: 03219658
VAT ID: CZ03219658

Recycling line Poland:

Plastigram Polska sp. z o.o.

Przemysłowa 3B
19-230 Szczuczyn

Company seat:

Plastigram Polska sp. z o.o.
Ulica W. Rzymowskiego 31
02-697 Warszawa

NIP: 7011056516
REGON: 520250906


  • Construction start of the Sokolov polyal recycling line

    Plastigram Industries has received all required permits and has started construction of its first industrial polyal recyling line in Sokolov.
  • Czech patent

    Plastigram Industries has been granted a Czech patent for the polyal recycling process.
  • Start of permitting process

    Plastigram Industries has started environment assessment impact (EIA) process for its first industrial polyal recycling plant in Sokolov.
  • Patent application

    Plastigram Industries has applied for the Czech patent for technology for recycling recycling the remains of used beverage cartons (e.g., Tetra Pak, Elopak, Sig Combibloc) after paper recycling.
  • Pilot plant operations start

    Plastigram Industries has started operations of a pilot plant in Čestlice. The pilot plant should verify a process of recycling multi-layer packaging materials developed by the Institute of Chemical Process Fundamentals of the Czech Academy of Sciences, v.v.i.
  • Plastigram Industries enters into exclusive license agreement with the Czech Academy of Sciences

    Plastigram Industries a.s. signed a license agreement with the Institute of Chemical Process Fundamentals of the Czech Academy of Sciences, v.v.i. The agreement gives Plastigram Industries an exclusive right to use a patented solvent-based technology for recycling of composite packaging materials.

Plastics recycling – an important step towards resource sustainability.