Recycling polymers at the origin of manufacturing, including HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene), LDPE (Low-Density Polyethylene), rPET (recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate), PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate), and Jazz (a term possibly referring to a specific polymer grade or a recycling process), is an innovative and sustainable approach in the field of plastic production. HDPE and LDPE are widely used polymers known for their strength, flexibility, and versatility. Integrating recycling processes for HDPE and LDPE at the manufacturing source involves collecting discarded items made from these materials, processing them, and incorporating the recycled polymers back into the manufacturing process. This reduces the demand for new raw materials and minimizes environmental impact. rPET, recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate, is a form of PET that has been collected and recycled for reuse. It is commonly used in the production of food and beverage containers, as well as other consumer goods. Recycling rPET at the origin of manufacturing means that PET-based products like plastic bottles can be collected, cleaned, and transformed into high-quality rPET, which can then be used to produce new PET items, reducing the need for virgin PET production. Incorporating PET recycling into the manufacturing process not only conserves resources but also addresses the global issue of plastic waste. By reusing PET materials, the manufacturing industry can contribute significantly to a more sustainable future.