Here at Seraphim Plastics, industrial plastic recycling is our specialty. We buy plastic scrap, process it, and sell it to manufacturers as regrind material. If you sell us your plastic scrap in Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, or any of the other states we are active in, we will send a truck to your facility and haul the scrap away.
Think about that. You don’t have to do anything to get rid of that plastic purge, those cutoffs, or those stacks of plastic pallets taking up valuable space in your warehouse. Just contact us and we will take care of the rest. To drive home the point, here is what our truck pulling up to your dock means to you:
1. You’re Freeing Up Valuable Space
The arrival of our truck is the precursor to you freeing up valuable space inside your facility. Whether you are looking to get rid of baled PET bottles or a whole load of plastic dunnage trays your warehouse staff has been staring at for weeks, we will have them out of your way in no time. You will be able to use that space for more important things.
2. You Might Be Pocketing Some Cash
Although we cannot promise that every load is worth something financially, we do pay for most of the plastics we obtain. Our truck pulling up to your dock could mean that your company is pocketing some cash. You are turning scrap plastic into revenue that you can put back into your company.
During tough economic times, every dollar helps. Even if the amount you get for your scrap industrial plastic is only enough to pay one bill, it is still good for the bottom line. Selling us your plastic is better than throwing it away.
3. You’ll Be Keeping Industrial Scrap Plastic Out of the Landfill
Our truck pulling up to your dock means you will be keeping a lot of stuff out of the local landfill. There is nothing wrong with that. Even if your plastic waste isn’t necessarily dangerous to the environment, why use up landfill space that could be utilized for something else? It’s better to recycle the material.
4. You’ll Be Contributing to the Circular Economy
The global desire to be more sustainable has led to the development of the circular economy. We are a long way from the circular economy being fully implemented, but you can contribute to it by recycling your scrap plastic waste. Every little bit helps.
As a side note, one of the main points of developing a circular economy is to reduce unnecessary waste. From our perspective, industrial scrap plastic is unnecessarily wasted when it is thrown away. We can put it to better use by recycling it and turning it into regrind.
5. You’re Helping a Fellow Small Business
Finally, our truck pulling up to your dock means you are helping a fellow small business keep things going. We think this is important. Small business is the backbone of the U.S. economy. Without small businesses in this country, there would be no economy to speak of.
For the record, here are some interesting small business statistics:
- More than 33 million small businesses were active in 2022
- 99% of all U.S. businesses are small businesses
- Small business accounts for more than 46% of U.S. employment.
Helping out a fellow small business is a good thing. What goes around comes around, right? Helping us keep things going is just one of the many positive results of recycling your industrial plastic waste. So how about it? Are you ready to see our truck pull up to your dock?