Polystyrene recycling is the general trend from photo frames to benches

Recycling and regeneration are popular words that often be mentioned. While you know that recycling is to reuse the available materials, you do not accurately know about the subdivision industry such as polystyrene recycling. Park benches, surfboards, and even your photo frames, which you consider made of wood, may be made of polystyrene.

The fast-paced city life makes takeout and logistics become indispensable industries in our life, accompanied by a large number of polystyrene packaging waste, becoming a headache for us. Among them, the polystyrene has become the majority of this kind of waste with its excellent performance. However, is polystyrene packaging waste only waste? The answer, of course, is not. No matter what industry you are engaged in now, as long as you pay attention, you will find that the trend of all industries in recent years points to recycling. This means that more industries will be added to polystyrene recycling.

For example, the seemingly ordinary bench brings convenience to tourists while handling tens of thousands of tons of polystyrene. This kind of recycling, which can bring about tangible environmental improvement, is carried out everyday in INTCO Recycling.
Polystyrene waste can be highly compressed under the polystyrene densifier offered by INTCO Recycling. After 50 cubic meters of waste compression, only 1 cubic meter of space is occupied. Super compression solves the most troublesome problem of polystyrene waste storage. In addition, INTCO can provide follow-up granulation, finished product recycling, and other steps. If you need it, we can provide a one-stop service.

INTCO Recycling is proud of the regeneration closed-loop, which we completed with ten years. The whole closed-loop is very stable. We help customers recycle and compress waste, and then purchase polystyrene ingots for granulation and reprocessing. The pellets can be sold or used for our use, mainly used to make frame photo frames and other end-products.