Why You Should Be Using Regrind for Manufacturing

Why You Should Be Using Regrind for Manufacturing | Seraphim Plastics

We both buy and sell industrial plastic here at Seraphim Plastics. The plastic we sell is regrind – essentially scrap plastic reduced to small pellets ready to be combined with virgin plastic for new manufacturing. Granted, there are some concerns with regrind in terms of product quality and repeatability. But those concerns can be effectively…

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Your Industrial Scrap Plastic Is More Than Just Waste

Your Industrial Scrap Plastic Is More Than Just Waste | Seraphim Plastics

Seraphim Plastics acquires all sorts of industrial scrap plastic, ranging from cutoffs and purge to plastic pallets and dunnage trays. To us, industrial scrap plastic is more than just waste. It is our bread and butter. Yet there is more to it than just the fact that we buy scrap plastic and turn it into…

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Tips for Maintaining a Clean and Organized Workplace

Selling Industrial Plastic Scrap

An untidy and disorganized workplace is not optimal for maximum production. Likewise, it neither presents a professional image nor allows workers to do what they do in a safe and healthy environment. Therefore, maintaining a clean and organized workplace is fundamental to any company’s success. There are very definite rules OSHA holds companies to in…

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Scrap Plastic: Your Trash Is Our Treasure

Selling Plastic Pallets

There is an old English idiom that says, ‘one man’s trash is another man’s treasure’. It has many forms. Its origins are also unknown. Some form of the idiom has been around since at least the 16th century. And of course, there are multiple variations of the same idea. What matters to us is your…

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Ways to Tighten Your Belt Without Harming Business

recyling plastic types

Inflation is a normal part of business we have all come to expect now and again. Unfortunately, there are times when inflation can actually threaten the bottom line. With January 2022 producer inflation getting dangerously close to triple digits, it looks like we could be headed in that direction. That means businesses have to tighten…

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