Tex-Mex Recycling LLC / TMR BV is a full-service international recycling company. Our headquarters are based in McAllen, Texas. TMR BV is the European office based in Rotterdam, Netherlands. We achieve the green goals of our customers through asset recovery and the development of efficient and effective recycling programs.
Tex-Mex Recycling is certified and audited by independent bodies to ensure that we meet all safety and recycling standards. We are the only company in McAllen certified with R2, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and ISO 18001. We are an IMMEX company in compliance with Semarnat in Mexico and are ROHS compliant.
We recycle plastic scrap into high quality plastic regrinds and pellets and reintroduce it back into the production streams. Tex-Mex Recycling’s knowledge, experience and partnerships help guide our clients in handling their production scrap efficiently and effectively, internationally and domestically.
Tex-Mex Recycling does more than just recycle. We make it our number one priority to protect our customer’s needs and environmental concerns. As a full-service international recycling company, we are aware of the challenges that come with properly recycling the plastics in your waste stream.
We have a vast knowledge of plastics and handle most types of plastic materials in any shape, size, form or volume. Our equipment combined with know-how and years of experience allows us to properly shred, grind, bale and compound materials in order to maximize the ability for the plastic to be recycled and reused.
We specialize in processing and production of engineered plastics such as PA, PEI Ultem, ABS, PC/ABS, PC/PBT, PBT, PPS, PSU, PC
Our team develops programs to increase the recovery of assets. Tex-Mex Recycling de-manufactures
end of life products so their components can either be recovered, recycled or reused.
By sending less waste to the landfill our customers drastically reduce their global footprint which also equates to less waste liability.
We work with our customers to recover their scrap production materials, reprocess and reintroduce those recycled materials back into their manufacturing process.