5 Steps to Successfully Recycling Your Industrial Scrap Plastic

5 Steps to Successfully Recycling Your Industrial Scrap Plastic

Does your company produce industrial scrap plastic in Tennessee, Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, or Ohio? If so, you might be able to recycle it by selling it to us. We buy a variety of industrial plastics and transform them into a product known as regrind. We then sell the regrind to manufacturers. Your industrial…

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Market Reports Suggest Strong Future for Plastics Recycling

Market Reports Suggest Strong Future for Plastics Recycling

It is always good to see a market research report suggesting that your particular industry is projected to show substantial growth in the coming years. As such, we are thrilled with a brand-new report that shows exactly this for recycled plastics. It looks like our industry has nowhere to go but up right now. The…

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PET Bottles May Someday Fuel Large Scale 3D Printing

PET Bottles May Someday Fuel Large Scale 3D Printing

You might wonder whether selling us your scrap plastic really does any good above and beyond cleaning out your warehouse and putting some extra cash in the bank account. Trust us when we say it does. Every ounce of industrial plastic scrap we recycle gets put to use in some way. And as we speak,…

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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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Saving Money and Waste with Post-Industrial Plastic Recycling

More consumers are becoming concerned with protecting the environment and are now recycling in their own homes. But households are not the only places that produce recyclable waste like plastic, and consumers want to know that the businesses they work with have green business practices. If your business is producing a great deal of plastic…

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