Why it is critical for local recycling centers to accept Styrofoam recycling

Last January, Mendham, N.J. - a recycling campaign for Styrofoam began with a 20-yard trash can full of stuff. That means a lot of Styrofoam waste will be recycled instead of ending up in landfills.

Styrofoam material is widely used in our lives, not only in public places, but even individual families often have large foam cardboard boxes stacked. If the local recycling center does not accept the recycling of this material, it will be a disaster!

Why it is critical for local recycling centers to accept Styrofoam recycling?

First of all, it is a good recycling education for local residents. If the local recycling center does not accept Styrofoam recycling, local residents may not know that this material can be recycled, so how to handle the Styrofoam packaging at home becomes a problem. Improper treatment will make Styrofoam from a valuable renewable resource to the culprit of environmental pollution.

Second, Styrofoam that cannot be effectively recycled will enter landfills with other waste. You know, Styrofoam is a kind of plastic, it is not easily biodegradable, and it will exist in the soil for hundreds or even thousands of years. There is no doubt that this will create a lasting impact to our soil and water sources.

The most important point is that Styrofoam is a recyclable material and has high value after recycling. We need to adopt professional machines such as GREENMAX Styrofoam compactor to compress and reduce the foam volume in an effective way. The recycled Styrofoam blocks are good raw materials for new foam products manufacturing.

IINTCO recycling not only provides you with professional machines, but also takes charge of your entire Styrofoam recycling project. We purchase all your compressed Styrofoam blocks or ingots for the production of photo frames and skirting boards. We are looking forward to cooperating with you!