Infrastructure and the Future of Plastic Recycling

Infrastructure and the Future of Plastic Recycling | Seraphim Plastics

It is common knowledge that less than 10% of all the plastics produced globally get recycled. Most of what does consists of post-industrial plastics that go to recyclers already sorted and cleaned. If we could figure out how to flip the numbers – to recycle 90% and dispose of 10% – how would all the…

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The Industrial Plastic Recycling Forecast For 2024

The Industrial Plastic Recycling Forecast For 2024 | Seraphim Plastics

We are closing in on the end of another successful year of commercial and industrial plastic recycling here at Seraphim Plastics. As we look forward to 2024, we know our industry will face challenges. But as we do with each new year, we will face those challenges head-on in ways that allow us to keep…

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Can Plastic Manufacturing Be Eco-Friendly?

Plastics have been getting a bad reputation over the last decade or so, and not without reason. Plastic containers, bottles, and bags fill our landfills and pollute our planet’s waterways. Plastic manufacturing uses a great deal of energy and resources and creates pollution as well. Many people are stepping away from using plastic products at…

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Debunking Various Plastic Recycling Myths

The recycling process is constantly evolving and changing, which means that the industry has to keep changing with it. It also means that there are frequently myths surrounding industrial plastic recycling in Tennessee that are based on older methods and outdated information about recycling plastics. If you want to learn the truth about this industry,…

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Recycling: The Best Way to Dispose of Commercial Plastic Scrap

Plastics pose many problems for the environment. Properly disposing of commercial plastic scrap is a great way for a business to help the environment. It also makes room in landfills for other waste that can’t be recycled. You can even add to the bottom line of your business by selling commercial plastic scrap in Tennessee to an…

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