Foam recycling was used in the debate against the foam ban

Foam is really an incredible material. It is the first material invented by humans and is inexpensive to manufacture, can be used in many product manufacturing, packaging, and can be used almost permanently.

When used, they are the perfect solution to many problems, but once discarded, they become environmental nightmares, so more and more states are beginning to ban some foam products, such as foam cup.

Foam cup is a typical disposable foam product that we used to see in restaurants, restaurants, coffee shops and grocery stores, but the foam cup was first banned in Maine. Because of it, Spread across the country, a debate about a ban on disposable products is spreading across the country.

In this debate, foam recycling was used as the main reason for opposing the ban. The opposition believes that the rude ban on the use of disposable foam products does not solve the environmental problems that have been destroyed by the foam, but will reduce the convenience of our lives, and foam recycling can.

The biggest advantage of foam recycling compared to the foam ban is that it can be profitable using the already produced foam trash. A foam recycling machine—foam densifier M-C200, with a maximum capacity of 200kg/hour trash.

The function of the foam recycling machine is mainly to compress the air in the foam trash to achieve the maximum efficiency of foam storage and transportation and save the recycling cost. The Foam trash will be changed in physical form and transformed into a solid brick-like foam ingot. This ingot is the key to the profitability of foam recycling.

Foam ingot is an important raw material for the end market. Like INTCO recycling in California, it purchases a large number of recycled foam ingots to make photo frames. The opposition believes that recycling the foam trash and giving life again is the way to treat foam correctly.

This debate is still going on. This is not a bad thing. How to treat foam? This is a problem that we must be faced before finding a more convenient and environmentally friendly material.