How to improve the Styrofoam recycling solution in Canada？
A report from the Canadian Chamber of Commerce said that about 80 percent of Styrofoam waste (more than 6,500 tons) in Canada ended up in landfills or waterways. Most communities don't recycle it, according to the Canadian Plastics Industry Association, just 35 percent who equipped with the Styrofoam recycler accept Styrofoam in their recycling programs.
The main reason is that collecting material so bulky and light is not cost-effective because the air takes up 98% of the Styrofoam would make it break apart easily, which would contaminate other recyclables. And the buyers are difficult to look for once it's collected. Actually, the Styrofoam recycler could solve all problems and improve the solution of Styrofoam recycling in Canada.
With a GREENMAX Styrofoam densifier offered by INTCO Recycling, the Styrofoam is crushed, then hot melted and pushed out through the screw to form the molded Styrofoam ingots. Styrofoam ingots could save 1/90 space compared to the loose Styrofoam, solve the problem of storage and transportation. And the parts of GREENMAX Styrofoam densifier are all from high-end manufacturers such as Siemens and NSK, so its quality is guaranteed.
Meanwhile, as long as you purchase the GREENMAX Styrofoam densifier, INCTO Recycling promise to purchase back the ingots because INTCO Recycling is currently the company with the most complete industrial chain of Styrofoam recycling, which has other business such as pellets and frame production. So you don't have to worry about where to find a buyer of your ingots.