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Application of the improved recycling machines and technology

Since people’s living standard has increased, the life pace is also getting faster. People are adapted to use the disposable plastic products in order to save the time. During the past decades, the amount of plastic trash was increased in a large scale. The environment has been seriously damaged, people are worrying about the unhealthy living conditions, so people are aware of the seriousness of the pollution and the importance of a clean and eco- friendly environment.

 


During the past years, people around the world have engaged in a love affair with expanded polystyrene or foam. The material pervades our convenience-seeking society and has become nearly impossible to avoid. It holds takeout meals, buffers hands from scalding coffee, insulates pipes, and cushions bike helmets.
People are struggling to find solutions to solve the problem. Many people are taking real actions. Many cities ban the use of polystyrene products and charge them for fees in the shops and supermarkets. Some recycling companies agree to a long-term contract to process the foam and pay the city for it; governments impose a ban on most single-use EPS food containers and beverage cups.
Polystyrene waste can be sold to manufacturers to build renewable useful plastic items such as picture frames and crown molding. Many recycling companies recycle the waste polystyrene with different types of machines such as foam compactors and densifiers. Waste can be processed into renewable useful decorative objects.

 


Recycling machines can process these waste into renewable useful products. These machines make the recycling process easier. Densifiers would break down and condense items such as foam packaging, cups, and shipping supplies into smaller units shaped like bricks. Once the polystyrene is condensed into bricks it will be shipped off to end markets and recycled into plastic products. INTCO focuses on producing foam melting machines, along with the recycling service of waste plastic such as EPS and polystyrene.