TURN YOUR FOAM WASTE INTO A VALUABLE RESOURCE...
and say good-buy to your foam-waste hauling bill. While recycling plastics, paper and glass is becoming more the normal standard in the U.S., recycling of expanded polystyrene (EPS), commonly known as Styrofoam, is not. EPS is made of 98% air and 2% plastic. With its high volume and weight ratio, EPS waste has become a nuisance in the waste stream. Throwing it into the garbage means adding it to the landfill. Like all plastics, EPS is non-biodegradable and its bulky remants account for one-quarter of our landfill waste not to mention the chemical components that are encumbering our eco-system.
There is a solution. EPS is an excellent material for recycling and reuse. According to a report published by Alliance Foam Packaging Recycling (AFPR), the recycling and reuse of EPS foam packaging is one of the most viable among the plastics family. FRG Waste Resources is now offering a foam densifying mechanism using high-volume extruder technology. Foam packaging and scrap is densified into hard ingots going through a crusher, heat bands and finally an extruder, producing a volume reduction of up to 90:1. The process is safe and clean with no harmful emmissions.
Installing this revolutionary equipment can reduce your total waste-hauling costs by up to 80%. Not only will your business be saving thousands of dollars but FRG will buy back 100% of your densified foam at the current market value. There are five easy-to-operate systems available to meet your specific needs.
- Warehouses/retail stores
- Seafood Processing Plants
- Schools and government offices
- Electronic recycle and repair centers
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CONTACT US TODAY TO SEE WHICH SYSTEM IS RIGHT FOR YOU