Recycle COVID-19 vaccine EPS packaging and promote economic cycle

From December 2020 to March 2021, more than 80 million doses of the covid-19 vaccine were administered in the United States. In the process of vaccine transportation, the EPS packaging box is an essential material, which ensures that the vaccine will not be damaged due to collision. As the vaccination rate increases over time, a large number of EPS packaging boxes appear in the market so that some manufacturers begin to look for solutions to deal with it.

Believe it or not, the best way to deal with EPS material is to do EPS recycling. Although incineration and landfill are often used, the benefits got are far less than recycling. Landfill occupies a lot of land area, and it may take more than 500 years for the waste to decompose. Incineration is to turn waste EPS into gases and generate electricity. While it is also a kind of energy conversion, this conversion efficiency is not as high as EPS recycling.

As part of the entire circulation chain, the EPS compactor compresses the waste EPS vaccine packaging into blocks at a ratio of 1:50 to achieve the basic EPS recycling. When the blocks are shipped to make pellets, they have completed their initial mission. The final step is to send the pellets to home decoration manufacturers to make things that look like wood, such as photo frames. You can't imagine that your photo frame has something to do with the covid-19 vaccine, but it's just amazing.

The COVID-19 vaccines protect people's safety, vaccine EPS packaging protects the vaccine from damage, while EPS recycling helps to achieve the economic cycle as much as possible in the case of economic depression. As a company with a sense of social responsibility, INTCO Recycling wants to escort your EPS recycling plan and achieve economic recovery.