Among the types of plastic we recycle:
polyethylene terephthalate (PETE), polyester
#2 HDPE Color
high density polyethylene with color
#2 HDPE Natural
high density polyethylene, natural in color
low density polyethylene
naturally transparent amorphous thermoplastic
high molecular weight polyethylene drums
low density polyethylene film (shrink wrap)
acrylonitrile butadiene styrene
Engineering Grade Plastics
mixed rigid plastics
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Companies that choose to recycle through Quincy Recycle have seen improved production efficiency, reduced raw material costs, and added revenue streams. The processes we establish are strategically created to not only work for your business now, but to last as you grow. Even if you find that your waste management needs have changed, our plastic recycling team uses innovative and adaptive approaches to re-evaluating your systems.
Benefits of Plastic Recycling
We understand that each business is unique with different volumes of industrial waste. Our team has worked for years to provide customized plastic recycling solutions that work for our customers. By combining sustainability with responsible waste management, we have successfully reduced the carbon footprint of manufacturers, warehouses, printing companies, and industrial businesses throughout the United States. Recycling industrial plastic benefits the environment while also benefiting you.
Quincy Recycle is a multi-faceted waste management company with a nationwide reach and locations throughout the Midwest. Our resources and capabilities allow us to pick up, drop-off, and transport plastic scrap across the country. Through national connections, we offer fair market value and environmentally-friendly alternatives for industrial plastic recycling.
A Plastic Lifecycle:
Our custom industrial plastic recycling solutions look a little bit different for each client. Here's an example of how we can reduce the costs and help save the planet at the same time.
A Seed Manufacturer with bulk quantities of scrap plastic bags partners with Quincy Recycle to divert these items from landfill.
Quincy Recycle collects the plastic bags from the Seed Manufacturer as a part of a mixed-commodity trailer, paying fair market value for the plastic scrap material.
Quincy Recycle sorts and organizes the plastic bags at their facility.
Quincy Recycle hauls the organized plastic bags to a Plastic Processing Company.
The Plastic Processing Company washes, shreds, and grinds the bags to make plastic pellets.
The pellets are sold to a Plastic Lumber Decking Manufacturer where they are used to make high quality plastic decking.