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An Effective EPS Recycling Program

Once the volume of EPS is determined and a recycler secured, the next step is to design an effective collection program. At this stage, the goal is to intercept EPS recyclables before they go into the waste stream.

Keep in mind that the success of any program depends on quality control: the ability to separate high-quality recyclable EPS packaging that meets the recycler’s specifications from the trash. Continue reading

About EPS beads(B)

About EPS beads | EPS Densifers For EPS Foam RecyclingThese EPS beads are great and offer a wide variety of uses. They supply many uses and can be utilized as beans for filling for bean bags or even as filling for packaging of products which can be being transported, in order that they do not get damaged. Continue reading

About EPS beads(A)

About EPS beads(A)- EPS DensifierEPS is often known as expanded polystyrene and these are produced within the shape of small beads which are positioned in bean baggage to fill them. Since these beads are squishable, these tiny white round beads retain their form even when crushe. It is these qualities that makes this small foam filler great at absorbing force. Continue reading

End Use Applications of EPS Foam

End Use Applications of EPS Foam | EPS DensifierFor more than 50 years, the effectiveness of EPS has been proven in numerous packaging applications used by a wide variety of industries, consumer product manufacturers and catalogue and shipping companies. Lightweight EPS foam is ideal for these packaging applications due to its physical properties, in particular its cushioning characteristics, dimensional stability and its thermal and moisture resistance. Continue reading

Applications and Properties of EPS

The range of applications for EPS is very wide. We are going to focus on these applications by putting them into three main categories and underline the properties that make EPS ideal for each one.

The three categories are:

Applications and Properties of EPS | EPS CompactorAny product of any shape or size may be packaged in EPS. The following range of applications only scratches the surface of what could be possible. The following only scratches the surface of what is possible in both the industrial and food packaging sectors using EPS. Continue reading

EPS Is Bad For The Enviroment

EPS releases sulfur dioxide, dioxins, carbon dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, and particulate matter when burned. The toxic ash is then trucked to the landfill. Even if burning EPS was a good idea, municipal waste to energy facilities are not common.

EPS Is Bad For The Enviroment | EPS DensifierGHG emissions of paper recycling result in lower greenhouse gas emissions than EPS. When recycled, paper products have lower emissions. EPS manufacturers have funded their own LCAs that draw different conclusions. Continue reading

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