How and where to return your foam scrap and save money 

We are expanding our foam recycling capabilities and adding collection hubs in La Porte, IN and Atlanta, GA. To save you time and money, here are some preferred methods to maximize the efficiency of transporting your production scrap back to our recycling hubs:

Bags: Place the foam scrap in plastic bags and seal them tightly. This method is suitable for small quantities of foam scrap.

Bales: If you have large quantities of foam scrap, you can compress the foam into bales using a baler. This method is efficient for storage and transportation of foam scrap.

Gaylords: Gaylords are large cardboard boxes used for transporting and storing foam scrap. They are sturdy and can hold a significant amount of foam scrap.

Please contact us if you have questions about our XLPE recycling program. If you would like to see how much you can save by returning us your scraps, please check out our Cost comparison chart.


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