In the present study a new sandwich laminate is designed and mechanically characterized. The laminate is elaborated with a core of particulate composite material consisting of recycled material from milk and juice cartons (multilayer laminate of Tetra Brik ® ), and HDPE containers from Urban Solid Waste (USW). The elaborated material consists of aluminum facings with a particulate core, consolidated with a thermoplastic adhesive of polypropylene- maleic anhydride. The main properties under tension are evaluated under testing standards. Results show good compatibility in the union of elements, with potential applications in building facades and false walls for the construction and furnishing industries.