GREENMAX machines increase the return on investment of Styrofoam recycling


As the community and local government pay more attention to the recycling of Styrofoam waste, Styrofoam recycling has become an addition to the annual household hazardous waste collection activity in Norman.


The Styrofoam recycling facility is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 914 Elm Ave. If necessary, invite residents to drop the Styrofoam boxes and pick up the egg cartons.


The recycling of Styrofoam is strongly supported by New York City. This could be the city's last waste collection, with plans to open a permanent city-owned recycling center in late 2020 or early 2021.


The development of local recycling projects is only the starting point for Styrofoam recycling. At present, many local governments and organizations have realized the importance of professional equipment. Subsidies for new recycling equipment not only help enterprises such as Styrofoam manufacturers, large supermarkets and logistics chains to start their own recycling business, but also reduce the financial pressure on companies to recycle their own foam waste.


GREENMAX offers professional Styrofoam recycling consultation. As the only company with a complete Styrofoam recycling system, GREENMAX machines are available in a variety of sizes and can be also custom-designed if necessary. GREENMAX Styrofoam compactor uses screw compacting technology with a compression ratio of 50:1. The Styrofoam densifier is mainly used for crushing, hot melt and extrusion processes with compression ratio up to 90:1. Most importantly, GREENMAX will purchase back the compacted foam blocks from its customers, and use it to make PS pellets as the raw material for picture frames production.


Professional equipment consumes less energy, uses for a long time, and the quality of the compressed scrap is high, which can be sold at a good price. Therefore, from the perspective of total return on investment, GREENMAX is a good choice for you Styrofoam recycling business.