RecyClass to Pave the Way for Plastic Recyclability in Electrical, Electronic and Automotive Sectors

Press release submitted on behalf of RecyClass. 

RecyClass extends its scope to encompass plastic components used in electrical, electronic, and automotive applications, following the successful implementation of its Design for Recycling Guidelines and Recyclability Evaluation Protocols for the packaging industry.

“Drawing upon a decade of expertise and experience on plastic packaging, RecyClass is poised to drive innovation within the electrical, electronic and automotive industries with the support of the entire plastic value chain,” declared Paolo Glerean, Chairman of RecyClass.

Anticipating upcoming European regulations on the recyclability of plastics in electrical and electronic products and vehicles, RecyClass demonstrates proactive leadership by staying ahead of these changes.
“We are committed to assisting these industries in developing Design for Recycling Guidelines and Recyclability Evaluation Protocols for the plastics components of their products, ensuring alignment with European recycling processes. Our focus will be on polymers including PS, ABS, PP, and PE, among others,” added Paolo Glerean.

RecyClass calls upon stakeholders from across the value chain to participate in the initiative. Companies within the electrical, electronic, and automotive sectors eager to actively contribute to plastic circularity and drive positive changes are encouraged to reach out to the RecyClass team2.

About RecyClass
RecyClass is a non-profit, cross-industry initiative advancing recyclability, bringing transparency to the origin of plastic waste and establishing a harmonized approach toward recycled plastic calculation & traceability in Europe. RecyClass develops Recyclability Evaluation Protocols and scientific testing methods for innovative plastic packaging materials which serve as the base for the Design for Recycling Guidelines and the RecyClass Online Tool. RecyClass established Recyclability Certifications for plastic packaging, Recycling Process Certification and Recycled Plastics Traceability Certification for plastic products. For more information, visit