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Labor And Energy Efficiency In Foam Recycling

Posted by Chad Plotts

Recycling foam as with all material recycling has a value. The value is in respect to the amount of costs that are applied in processing the materials. Many companies are looking to gain an edge with their waste expenditures. Minimizing waste expenses directly affects profitability. Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) is a lightweight, large volume material that fills dumpsters quickly. Frequent waste removal costs businesses thousands in unnecessary waste expenditures. Expanded polystyrene is usually less than five percent plastic, the rest of the product is air introduced into the bead in the expansion stage of molding the foam product. What this means is that for the amount of space EPS products consume there is little mass or weight. Removing the material from the waste stream and utilizing compacting technology can save large sums of expenses.

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Topics: compactor, EPS, recycling, eps recycling, Economy, sustainablity

Have you put off buying your foam compactor?

Posted by Doug Malawey

Have you been watching the Euro?

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Topics: recycle styrofoam, EPS compactor, Economy