In this present paper, the mechanical characteristics of acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS), PP (polypropene), PVA (Poly(vinyl alcohol)),PLA (Polylactic acid), and nylon, composites reinforced with Nano-silica particles were studied and produced. Silica has features that allow its incorporation into polymer composites that lead to an improvement in the quality characteristics as well as better physical attributes. In order to create the composite material, different silica percentages were used in cooperation with twin extruders following that heat compression, and the results were quite promising. In general, it is noticeable that adding silica to polymers enhanced the strength tensile of the materials. When silica concentrations were high, the morphological study indicated that the particles were dispersed randomly and that agglomerates were formed as a result. When the amount of filler used in the samples was increased, the apparent density of the samples dropped as a result. Because of the inclusion of silica, the properties of the polymeric materials changed significantly. The qualities described in this research may also be utilized to further investigate the design process, transport and communication, and industrial techniques, with the goal of supporting the recyclability of waste material in a similar technique as it was originally created with the required characteristics.