- Jul 20, 2023
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What is the oil yield of common plastics?...
（picture：What is the Oil Yield of Different Waste Plastics?）
PP(polypropylene): plastic rope, plastic tableware like microwave oven food boxes, yoghurt bottles, basins, barrels, furniture, plastic film, woven bag, bottle cap, vehicle bumpers, etc. The oil yield is about 50%-75%, and the pure PP oil yield is about 95%.
PE(polyethylene): thin film, diaphragm, bottles, electrical insulation materials, reticule, water pipes, oil tank, oil drum, drink bottles like feeding bottles, milk bottles, staple goods, necessities, etc. The oil rate is about 50%-75%, and pure PE oil yield is about 90%.
PS(polystyrene): electrical equipment, stationery, food container, outer household appliances, cups, electrical accessories, foaming products, toys, etc. The oil yield is about 75%, and the pure PS oil yield is about 90%.
ABS(engineering plastics): about 40%.
Paper mill leftovers: water-containing material is about 15-20%, and dry material is about 60%.
Household plastic waste: about 35%-50%.
Note: PET(packing bottle, thin film sheeting material, mechanical equipment, etc) and PVC (raincoats, plastic doors and windows, rainwater pipes, etc) are not suitable.