Re-Plast offers solutions

Let us help you reduce or eliminate your companies’ waste disposal and recycling costs, by specializing in the recycling of post-industrial plastics, all ferrous and no-ferrous metals, cardboard and office paper.

Post-Industrial Plastics

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Post industrial plastic is waste that is produced during the manufacturing process that is recycled back into the industrial process. These plastics cover a wide range of items that include:

  • Regrind
  • Trays
  • Purging
  • Scrap
  • Dunnage
  • Totes
  • Pallets
  • Drums
  • Bins
  • Pipe
  • Fittings
  • Marketing Displays
  • Polyliners
  • Stretch Wrap
  • Caps & Closures
  • Film
  • Corrugated Plastics
  • Discontinued Rollstock Film
  • Bottle & Preforms

Engineering Grade Plastics

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Engineering grade plastics are recovered principally from two durable good waste streams: brown goods (computers and electronics) and automobiles. Engineering grade plastics contain blended resins and/or additives that increase properties such as chemical resistance, rigidity, and fire and impact resistance. The development of automated identification and sorting technology has increased the economic competitiveness of postconsumer plastic recovered from these waste streams.

  • CDs
  • CD cases
  • CPU housing
  • Monitor Housing

Additional Engineering Grade Plastics that we recycle:

  • Polyamide (PA)
  • Thermoplastic (TP)
  • Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE)
  • Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO)
  • Polycarbonate Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (PCABS)

E-waste

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Recycling raw materials from end-of-life electronics is the most effective solution to the growing e-waste problem. Most electronic devices contain a variety of materials, including metals that can be recovered for future uses. By dismantling and providing reuse possibilities, intact natural resources are conserved and air and water pollution caused by hazardous disposal is avoided. Additionally, recycling reduces the amount of greenhouse gas emissions caused by the manufacturing of new products. It simply makes good sense and is efficient to recycle and to do our part to keep the environment green.

These plastics cover a wide range of items that include:

  • Circuit Boards
  • Keyboards
  • CPU’s
  • Monitors
  • Fax Machines
  • Printers
  • Photo Copiers
  • Cell Phones

Industrial Equipment

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The lifespan of certain business and industrial equipment and machines seems to be growing shorter and shorter. When a machine has become replaceable, either by obsolescence or by malfunction, businesses are faced with the issue of how to dispose of these (sometimes enormous) hunks of steel, plastic, and a variety of other materials that already clog landfills around the planet. Fortunately, there are options to make the disposal process more efficient and environmentally friendly.

These materials include, but are not limited to:

  • Transformers
  • Industrial Machinery
  • Handling Equipment
  • Warehouse Racking

Metal

Metal recycling

Metal Recycling is an important environmental, as well as, economical aspect to the recycling business. Recycling metals is a pivotal waste management process, as far less energy is used in recycling metals, than it is in mining them. The positive impact that recycling can have to our environment is immeasurably valuable for future generations to come. Scrap metal must be separated into two classifications before recycling: ferrous and non-ferrous.

Ferrous scraps are any scrap metal or alloy that is primarily made up of iron or steel. Ferrous scrap metal usually comes from sources like disposed household appliances, old cars, old railroads tracks, decommissioned ships, and construction debris. Some examples are:

  • Bins
  • Racking
  • Cages
  • Desks
  • Cabinets
  • Wire
  • Rod
  • Screws
  • Washers
  • Nuts
  • Bolts
  • Rebar
  • I-Beam

Non–ferrous scraps are simply defined as any scrap metal other than iron or steel. Examples include aluminum, copper, lead, zinc, nickel, titanium, and precious metals. Some examples are:

  • Tubing
  • Wire
  • Pipe Fittings
  • Valves
  • Cast Sheet
  • Extrusions
  • Pipe

Office Paper Destruction

Office Paper Destruction

As part of our ongoing initiatives to save customers money, we have added these services to our recycling programs provided to our customers.

  • Documents destroyed; shredded and baled at a fraction of the cost you are now paying
  • A certificate of destruction will be issued to each customer assuring them the documents are destroyed completely
  • Complete peace of mind with a trusted source

Non-Sensitive Office Paper Recycling

Non-Sensitive Office Paper Recycling

  • Reduce or eliminate pickup and/or disposal fees
  • Capturing methods provided

 

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Waste Audit

  • No obligation or cost
  • We determine waste diversion and disposal cost reduction

Value added services

  • Long-term relationships with our customers
  • Logistics experience for multiple unit facilities
  • Tracking of waste diversion for ISO certified companies
  • Significant knowledge of ALL Plastics and Metals
  • Resources to have ALL plastics analyzed if not easily identified
  • ‘Letters of Destruction’ for material to be destroyed
  • Strategic alliances within the industry strengthening our position to be the leader in recycling
  • Guidance in acquiring, or leasing equipment
  • Sourcing avenues for previously non-recyclable materials
  • Annual cost savings analysis