How to use polystyrene densifier to become a green enterprise

The media's extensive publicity of polystyrene pollution has helped enterprises to transfer environmental responsibility to consumers to a certain extent. But what's interesting is that the increasing consumer awareness of environmental protection has forced companies to introduce polystyrene densifiers to deal with polystyrene waste.

More and more consumers take environmental protection into consideration when purchasing goods, and they are also gradually accepting the price of environmentally friendly materials. Consumers' choices will affect the choices of enterprises, and enterprises urgently need to prove that they are "green".

Not only consumers, but the gradual tightening of environmental protection policies is also urging companies to transform as soon as possible. Companies either provide an environmentally friendly treatment plan for polystyrene waste, or promise to use a certain percentage of recycled polystyrene in production. This is the current trend.

GREENMAX Polystyrene densifier has been favored by enterprises in recent years. This is a polystyrene melter with a compression ratio of up to 90:1, which can help companies greatly improve recycling efficiency. If you are a home appliance manufacturer, place one in the warehouse. The polystyrene packaging waste of the home appliance can be compressed in time. After being crushed by a rotary cutter, and melted by the high temperature of the hot melt screw, high-density polystyrene ingots are produced, similar to solid bricks.

The most important thing is that GREENMAX polystyrene melter can guarantee the end problem of recycling. Polystyrene ingot can be sold as a special commodity to some terminal manufacturers, and GREENMAX also promises to purchase it at market price and use it to manufacture photo frames and other products. In other words, companies that use polystyrene densifier are green.

The use of polystyrene densifier is one of the ways for companies to assume environmental responsibility. If it can give the company an environmental logo, but also reap the benefits, why not do it.