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How EPS Foam Recycling Can Make Your Business More Profitable | Foam Equipment & Consulting Co.

Posted by Chad Plotts

As with most material recycling, expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam recycling can also prove to be quite valuable.  The value comes in through the reduction of costs that are associated with the waste removal process. Many companies are looking to gain an edge with their waste expenditures. These companies know that by minimizing waste expenses,  they can directly improve profitability.

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

How EPS Recycling Can Make Your Business More Profitable | Foam Equipment & Consulting Co.

Posted by Chad Plotts

Expandable polystyrene (EPS) and other industrial Styrofoam are 98% air which makes them very bulky in comparison to their weight. Because of the high volume, products made with these materials fill dumpsters quickly, leading to much higher waste disposal costs. 

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Topics: styrofoam recycling, EPS compactor, eps recycling, styrofoam densifier

What Can Be Made From Recycled EPS?

Posted by Jeff Knapp

In 2016, more than 118 million pounds of expanded Polystyrene or, EPS, was recycled in the United States alone. More than half of what was recycled was post-consumer packaging while the rest was from post-industrial recovery.

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Topics: recycle styrofoam, EPS, eps recycling, styrofoam recycling equipment, recycled, items, made, from

EPS and Styrofoam is recyclable

Posted by Phil Plotts

There is an excellent article posted today on the Plastics Today website pointing out two important facts, EPS packaging is recyclable and EPS packaging is a small component in our landfills and solid waste stream. 

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Topics: recycle styrofoam, styrofoam recycling, EPS compactor, eps recycling

Plastics Recycling Conference 2010

Posted by Phil Plotts

I want to let everyone know that we are exhibiting again this year at the Plastics Recycling Conference 2010 which will be held in Austin TX.  The conference will take place on March 2nd and 3rd.  The conference will include a tradeshow.  We will have booth #304 and would love to have you stop in.  The conference sponsors expect a great turnout again this year.  There were a record number of exhibitors this year and all spaces have sold out.  This primary focus of this conference is recycling, not solid waste management.  This is one of the best conferences in North America to meet people interested in recycling plastics of all types.  

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Topics: recycling plastic, eps recycling, styrofoam recycling equipment