Post-Consumer Recycled (PCR) Packaging Solution

In addition to recyclable and compostable packaging, there is a third option for sustainable packaging: Post-Consumer Recycled (PCR) packaging.

DXC Custom PCR Packaging

When you want to achieve your company’s sustainability goals, consider partnering with DXC PACK. We offer a variety of bag types and sizes of PCR packaging, such as flat bottom bags, stand-up pouches, rolled films, etc., to meet any of your custom flexible packaging needs.

DXC Recycled PE is included 30% PCR content
GRS certified

What is Post-Consumer Recycled (PCR) Plastic?

New Type of Plastic Pellet
PCR is a new type of plastic pellet that is typically made from recycled plastic (derived from post-consumer materials from the household, commercial, industrial and other sectors) that has been sorted, cleaned and pelletized by recycling systems.These plastic pellets have the same structure as the plastic before recycling. When the new plastic pellets are mixed with virgin plastic, a variety of new plastic products (including packaging) can be produced.
In the manufacture of PCR plastics, waste is converted into raw materials, making it a very environmentally friendly solution.
PCR can be a recycled material of PET, PE, PP, HDPE, etc.

The Benefits of PCR Packaging 

PCR Packaging can reduce plastic pollution and carbon emissions, and achieve resource recycling.

PCR packaging is of the same quality as regular flexible packaging in terms of protection level, barrier properties and strength.

PCR packaging has a wide range of applications: coffee, food, snacks, spices, pet treats and sports nutrition, etc

Providing more consumer-friendly products and information can help enhance customer relationships and retention, making it more likely that customers will continue to choose your brand and products in the future.



    PIR stands for Post Industrial Recycled and is a raw material made from waste generated within industry.

    PCR stands for Post Consumer Recycled and is a raw material made from consumer or end user waste. 

    In terms of recycling volume, PCR plastics are more advantageous; in terms of reprocessing quality, PIR plastics are more advantageous.

    No. There are no regulations to govern the proportion of PCR resin in PCR packaging. While the American Chemical Society (ACS) has proposed to the U.S. Congress a federal policy that would require the adoption of a “National Recycled Plastics Standard” and that all plastic packaging should use at least 30 percent recycled material by 2030.

    PE PCR films formulated with post-consumer resins (PCR). Films containing post-consumer low density and linear low density polyethylene (rLDPE/LLDPE) can be customized to meet the needs of film applications such as heavy-duty bags, collation shrink, stretch film, agricultural film, and trash.  It is widely used in bags and liners, food packaging, protective packaging for e-commerce (e.g. bubble wrap and air pillows).