Due to the nondegradability of PP plastics, their heavy accumulation in the environment is causing hostile effects on ecosystem including soil erosion [1]. Conventional routes to recycle PP plastics such as mechanical recycling, land filling, incineration, and chemical recycling [2] suffer from many hostile impacts such as landfill waste, clogged waterways, occupational health hazards, energy consumption, animal death, water contamination, foreign oil dependency, toxic pollution, soil degradation, costly 156production/recycling of plastics, and landscape litter. Additionally, these techniques have following limitations.

Low-conversion efficiency.

No valuable by products are formed; rather one form of plastic is converted to another, which has no commercial value.

Requiring high energy and manual efforts.

Heavy pollutants are generated during the process.