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Recycling Certification Introduction

Science, innovation, and environmental protection are the goals pursued and the mission of Nytex.

Recycled materials play a crucial role in today's green environmental agenda. With increasing societal concern for sustainability, both businesses and consumers demand higher environmental friendliness in products. Against this backdrop, recycled materials have become a widely discussed topic. Many international certification bodies have introduced corresponding certifications for recycled materials to help businesses demonstrate their commitment to environmental sustainability. Currently, major international certifications for recycling include:

Global Recycled Standard (GRS) Certification
SGS Green Label - Recycled Material Content Verification
UL 2809 Recycled Material Content Verification

Global Recycled Standard (GRS) Certification

GRS certification originated from the textile industry and has now become the most widely recognized global certification for recycled materials.

SGS Green Label - Recycled Material Content Verification

SGS certification enhances companies' commitment to environmental protection, thereby establishing credibility in the fiercely competitive green environmental market.

UL 2809 Recycled Material Content Verification

UL 2809 certification evaluates the traceability and management of recycled materials to ensure the traceability and credibility of material sources, helping businesses gain trust and support.


Explore the world of recycled material certification to enhance businesses' green competitiveness through international standards.

With the increasing prosperity of bio-based materials, the types and specifications of bio-based materials have become more diverse. Nytex has long been committed to researching and developing various bio-based materials for applications in engineering plastics. We recommend materials tailored to our customers' applications, not only helping them reduce the carbon footprint of their end products but also contributing to environmental sustainability. Recycled materials are mainly classified into two types: Post-Industrial Recycled material (PIR) and Post-Consumer Recycled material (PCR)

Post-Industrial Recycled material (PIR)

  • Post-Industrial Recycling refers to the reuse of waste generated during the manufacturing process, such as production residues or rework materials, directly reducing waste generation.

Post-Consumer Recycled material (PCR)

  • Post-Consumer Recycling encompasses waste generated by end-product users from households to industrial facilities. These materials are recycled and reused after the end of their lifecycle.