EPS Foam Compactor Can Be Used to Recycle Furniture Packaging in the Montclair Recycling Center

The furniture industry is ushering in a new breakthrough development opportunity because of covid-19, so the furniture packaging made of EPS foam has become the existence that cannot be ignored in waste logistics. More recycling centers realize that it's time to pay more attention to EPS foam, and Montclair recycling center is one to respond. It will hold EPS foam recycling days in June and July. Residents can collect and donate clean EPS foam furniture packaging at the recycling center, 219 N. Fullerton Ave at that time. EPS foam compactor will play an important role in this recycling activity.

When it comes to EPS foam compactor, the first thing we need to know is what kind of device is it? As a screw compactor, it successfully implements the cold pressing technology into the treatment of EPS foam, and become a popular EPS foam recycling machine. As we all know, furniture packaging is very large and hard, low density makes EPS foam light and shock-resistant, but also makes it so loose and difficult to transport. EPS foam compactor a perfect solution to this problem.

If you want to use this compactor smoothly in the future recycling furniture packaging activities, you need to abide by the following rules:

1. Read the manual carefully and understand the application and limitation of the EPS foam compactor as well as the potential hazards associated with the machine.
2. Keep the work area clean
3. Don't use it in dangerous environments, such as rainy days.
4. Nonprofessionals are not allowed to operate the machine. All visitors should keep a safe distance from the work area.
5. In order to ensure the long-term effective work of the machine, please operate the machine under the safe design load.
6. Choose the right tools and do not force the use of unsuitable machines or accessories.

“People are getting a lot of EPS foam with their packaged deliveries, which winds up getting incinerated with our regular trash. That’s bad for the environment,” Lyle Landon of the Montclair Environmental Commission said. This undoubtedly shows that in the future, EPS foam recycling has a long way to go, and more activities and more advanced technologies should be put into recycling.