GREENMAX offers solutions to address the cost of EPS recycling


Last Friday, the United Nations announced that 186 countries have signed a legally binding plan to reduce plastic waste, but the United States is a notable exception.


The countries that signed the agreement mean that their overseas EPS waste transfer agreements will have to be monitored and tracked to create a transparent and traceable EPS waste import and export system. For the United States that has not signed the agreement, it may also be affected when transporting EPS waste to countries that have already signed up.


But at the moment, in the United States, except for the four states of California, Washington and so on, other state governments are not responsible for EPS recycling. EPS waste is not even allowed to enter the roadside recycling bins, which means that if it is for environmental considerations, Residents and enterprises need to take responsibility for EPS recycling.


Enterprises handling EPS waste are different from residents. A large pile of EPS waste needs to be transported to landfills or recyclers. The characteristics of EPS are large, but light weight. This trait will greatly reduce transportation efficiency and cause transportation cost is too high. So if enterprises to recover EPS, the cost issue is the first problem that needs to be solved.


A California-based GREENMAX recycling machine brand business can solve this problem. Its A-series machines, an EPS compactor machine, use screw technology. Such as A-C200, have helped the US scrap recyclers compactor EPS waste in a 50:1 ratio, and product of Recycled EPS blocks.


Recycled EPS blocks not only solve the problem of low transport efficiency, but also can obtain profits by selling to the terminal market. For example, the wood material manufacturer, the EPS block procurement service provided by GREENMAX.


GREEMAX is committed to manufacturing high quality professional recycling machines to ensure high quality EPS block repurchase. This is why companies choose GREEENMAX.