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PU foam can recycling
PDR - your recycling specialist for PU foam cans
PDR has been a constant in material recycling for more than 25 years. Resource conservation and sustainability are our top priority. PDR stands for know-how in PU chemistry and in handling hazardous waste. The Germany-wide PDR industry solution for used PU foam cans has established itself very well on the market. We are proud of a material recycling rate of around 80%. The recovered raw materials go back into the production cycle. The service can be used free of charge for buyers of PU foam cans.
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