What is PER®?
Evolve into a new PVC material named PER® , it builds on the flexibility of PVC ,based on good durability . At the same time also broke the PVC does not have the advantages of environmental protection and health. Because all the toxic substances has been captured off , so the PER® material are become ECO friendly ,and in order to let the PER® products have the same function as PVC .
We've added some Eco raw materials into the process formula to make the PER® has the same function and appearance as the PVC . When sending the PER® to tested the biodegradable , the test are not just the PER® material testing , we send the PER® finished products to completed the biodegradable test . So all the PER® can passed the test and have the proof of biodegradable and recyclable .

Biodegradable :
The PER® products wont biodegradable itself , it must be buried in the soil or landfill
then erosion by the bacteria and formation to biodegradable . To completed the biodegradable test it need to take 6 months to tested it and it will had 30% of decomposition already .Before we test the ISO 14855 biodegradable we must pass the ASTM 6400 biodegradable test first , so you can 100% trust the PER® products .

Recyclable :
When recycle the PER® product it cannot reuse to produce the PER products agian ,
because when the PER® product recycled it , the material will turn it harder and more solid it . It can only reuse it to produce the solid plastic products , like boxes , trash can , Plastic buckets ..etc .

In order to make the PER® products more secure , we also send the PER® to tested the FDA / Reach / RoHs / heavy mental / Oeko-Tex / Non-6P
Differences between PVC and PER®
Why PER? Environmental and Health impacts of PVC;

PVC has been found to contain a number of unfriendly chemicals and additives. The manufacturing process alone releases 35 lb/ton of particulate emissions and 17 lb/ton of gas emissions. These are a risk to both human health and the environment.


he most common toxins in PVCs are phthalate plasticizersW and leadW. Phthalate plasticizers have risen a large amount of concern as DEHPW and DINP, the most common phthalates in PVC, have been listed as probable carcinogens by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Studies on animals indicate that the effects of these phthalates may range from gastrointestinal distress to birth defects to various cancers.
Lead can be found in large quantities in PVC and during degradation due to heat and sun exposure, it can be released into the air as dust. Lead has a large range of negative health effects with any sort of human interaction and tends to target the nervous systemW[5].
Finally, dioxin is a byproduct of the manufacturing process of PVC as well as its combustion. It is a Class 1 carcinogen according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and may cause reproductive, developmental, hormone or immune system problems.

Recycling and Biodegradability:

PVC’s provide more negative environmental impacts for their worth when recycling. Due to the large quantities of additives in PVC, they can be cycled a limited number of times and must be sorted out of the recycling process in most cases. They also emit harmful gases including carbon monoxideW, carbon dioxideW and hydrogen chlorideW when melted down and thus extensive harm is caused by their recycling. Due to these challenges only approximately 6.9% of plastics are recycled in the USA. PVC’s are also completely non biodegradable and therefore their environmental impact is negative weather they are being recycled or not.

Material Efficiency:

While PER the production process is no more efficient in material or energy use than PVC, it reigns over in its recyclability and end of life. These two factors contribute to PERs life cycle efficiency as they can be reused more easily than PVC. The embodied energy in PVC products and their material processing is approximately 19000 Btu/lb produced. This does not include the energy requirements for recycling this less re-processable plastic nor the energy required for incineration, which is the only method by which some of this energy may be retrieved.

End of Life:

While PVC incineration may be a more economically viable method of dealing with PVC over switching to environmentally friendly materials, the environmental footprint of this option seems far too large to justify not using alternate options. PVCs may be recycled only a limited number of times and when they can no longer be recycled they will remain in landfills as they do not biodegrade. This issue is exceptionally important to address with PVCs as the leaching of toxins and carcinogens may pose a risk to water quality, air quality and ultimately cause a large amount of human and environmental damage.
Incineration emits a large number of greenhouse and harmful gasses and leaves a large amount of solid waste such as slag, ash and various types of residues.[19] This option may provide some energy, however it is minimal in comparison to the embodied energy in the plastic.
PERs provide an option for end of life that leave little environmental impact. Although they also contribute to landfill space, leaching out of harmful chemicals is not an issue and incineration cause far fewer emissions. PERs also have a much longer life cycle and therefore fewer PER products will reach their end of life in a given amount of time than those made from PVC.
Benefits of PER®
The environmental benefits of using PER over PVC are enormous. Where emissions from PVC production are numerous, PER has little to no harmful emissions even when burned(excluding CO2 which is unavoidable in combustion). PER also does not have any slow emission of toxins and carcinogens, and it is more capable of several recycling cycles. Given that there are fewer harmful additives in PER than PVC it is recyclable without risk of degradation of the recyclate after several cycles. Due to it’s unique composition, recycling PER does not produce the same harmful gases as those produced from recycling PVC.
It is notable that PER does not require phthalate plasticizers in order to achieve the flexibility which is required in many current applications of PVC. Given this fact, it can be seen that the carcinogenic effects are minimized in this way from exposure to carcinogens. Although the filling agents and light stabilizers are not without their threats(occasionally toxic) they remain exponentially more health and environmentally friendly as there are fewer in PER than PVC.
Given all of these benefits, PER is also successful in fulfilling the desirable qualities of PVC. PER is non-slip, water proof and sun protective just as PVC is[12].These qualities allow PER to be a suitable and environmentally friendly replacement for most PVC products.