https://homeguides.sfgate.com/pvc-disposal-recycling-79234.html

Polyvinyl Chloride, or PVC, is the plastic commonly known as vinyl, which can be ... Chemical recycling requires elaborate, dedicated facilities and is more costly ...

http://www.ecolife.com/recycling/plastic/how-to-recycle-pvc-plastic-3.html

Learn how to recycle PVC plastics in packaging and do your part to keep the ... as a result very little of it is actually collected and processed in recycling facilities.

https://www.plasticsrecycling.org/pvc

Currently PVC is best collected and recycled in a dedicated, source selected system outside the scope of the APR Design Guide for Plastics Recyclability such  ...

https://www.vinylplus.eu/uploads/Modules/Documents/2015-04-20-pvc-recycling-brochure---english.pdf

The emphasis is on the emerging PVC recycling technologies ... tonnes is made in Europe – making PVC Europe's third most popular plastic. The European ..... Production of raw material. Other manufacturing facilities. The Texyloop process  ...

https://www.bioenergyconsult.com/recycling-polyvinyl-chloride/

Feb 1, 2019 ... Polyvinyl chloride is one of the most widely used plastics worldwide. A major problem in the recycling of polyvinyl chloride is the high chlorine ...

http://www.nwpoly.com/plastic-waste/

Northwest Polymers has been purchasing the plastic scrap material that the commercial and manufacturing industries produce, providing the perfect answer to ...

http://www.wm.com/location/california/ventura-county/west-hills/recycle/index.jsp

Recycling is an easy way to protect our environment and ensure the well being of our community for generations to come. ... No plastic bags in the recycling. ... #3 PVC: Pipes, clear food and non-food packaging, detergent, and cleanser bottles. ... Division's website to find out which facilities accept appliances for recycling.

https://recyclingworksma.com/how-to/materials-guidance/recycle-plastics/

Recycle plastics are used for clothing. bags, durable building & construction ... rigid plastics like PVC (Polyvinyl chloride) are typically labeled as plastic code #3 and ... For a directory of available on-site technologies for depackaging food and  ...

https://www.keeptruckeegreen.org/guide/3-plastic-pvc/

Can I Recycle Plastic #3 (PVC)? Keep Truckee Green tells you what you can recycle and what gets tossed out.

https://www.generalkinematics.com/blog/different-types-plastics-recycled/

Apr 17, 2014 ... Found in food wrap, plumbing pipes, tiles, windows and medical equipment, PVC is seldom recycled. PVC plastics contain harmful chemicals ...