GREENMAX polystyrene densifier enables rapid recovery of polystyrene trash


Polystyrene was thought to take thousands of years to break down, but a recent new study shows that the common marine pollutant polystyrene decomposes in the sun much faster than people think.


This study raised questions about polystyrene ban. Collin P. Ward, the lead author of the study, said in a statement: "People usually think that polystyrene will always exist, which is part of the rationale for prohibiting the policy."


Polystyrene materials bring countless conveniences to people, and because of the difficulty of degradation, they cause pollution on a global scale. The media reports and the promulgation of polystyrene ban have long solidified the misconception that polystyrene will be permanent once it becomes a trash. This study by Colin Ward may change this perception.


But this is not to encourage people to relax their vigilance against polystyrene pollution, but to hope that one can consider polystyrene recycling another way - polystyrene recycling.


Polystyrene itself is a material that can be recycled. Polystyrene recycling requires only a polystyrene densifier M-C200. This is a professional polystyrene recycling machine developed by recycling specialist GREENMAX. The M-C200 uses screw hot melt technology to compress polystyrene waste at 90:1, and then store and transport it, which will significantly reduce costs.


The recycled polystyrene produced by the Recycling machine is similar to solid brick and is called polystyrene ingot. This kind of ingot can be made into photo frames, park benches, hangers...


Although Polystyrene waste can increase the decomposition rate with the help of the sun, polystyrene recycling can process polystyrene waste that has entered the environment more quickly, which is also better than polystyrene ban.