Current Pricing:

Current Resin Pricing

Recycled Plastics

Prices are in U.S. cents per pound for prime resin, unfilled, natural color, FOB supplier, unless otherwise indicated.

Resin pricing data presented is compiled by Plastics News' team of experts. In no instance does Plastics News guarantee the accuracy of statistics provided. For current resin pricing quotes, please contact your supplier.

Learn how PN gathers its resin prices. For more information about pricing, contact senior reporter Frank Esposito.


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Prices as of Sep 1, 2014

Click on a resin below to view grades and pricing

ABSclick to expand

Resin/Grade Volume category
I II
Mixed Colors Industrial Flake -- 62—66
Mixed Colors Industrial Pellets -- 72—76

PCclick to expand

Resin/Grade Volume category
I II
Clear Industrial Flake -- 86—96
Mixed Colors Industrial Flake -- 83—87
Mixed Colors Industrial Pellets -- 91—97

HDPEclick to expand

Resin/Grade Volume category
I II
Natural, Post-consumer flake -- 81—85
Natural, Post-consumer pellets -- 89—93
Mixed Colors Post-Consumer Flake -- 71—75
Mixed Colors Post-Consumer Pellets -- 79—86
Mixed Colors Industrial Flake -- 68—73
Mixed Colors Industrial Pellets -- 75—79

HMWHDPEclick to expand

Resin/Grade Volume category
I II
film post-consumer pellets -- 57—61

LLDPEclick to expand

Resin/Grade Volume category
I II
Stretch film pellets -- 38—42

LDPEclick to expand

Resin/Grade Volume category
I II
film clear post-consumer pellets -- 48—52
film colored post-consumer flake -- 40—44
film colored post-consumer pellets -- 46—50

PET bottlesclick to expand

Resin/Grade Volume category
I II
Clear Post-Consumer flake -- 52—64
Clear Post-Consumer pellets -- 68—76
Green Post-Consumer flake -- 40—48
Green Post-Consumer pellets -- 50—58

PPclick to expand

Resin/Grade Volume category
I II
Industrial flake -- 59—63
Industrial pellets -- 70—74

PSclick to expand

Resin/Grade Volume category
I II
Industrial flake -- 74—79
Industrial pellets -- 88—104
High heat crystal Post-Consumer flake -- 60—66
High heat crystal Post-consumer pellets -- 72—78

PVCclick to expand

Resin/Grade Volume category
I II
Clear Industrial Flake -- 47—53

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