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RECYCLING & MATERIAL MANAGEMENT
Helping businesses reduce their waste through tailored collection systems for over 14 years.
PLASTICS

We purchase various types of plastics including LDPE (logs/lumps), HDPE (Parts/Purges), PET, ABS, Polypropylene, Polycarbonate, Polystyrene, etc.

CARDBOARD

We purchase industrial volumes of cardboard both baled and loose.

YOUR PROCESSING & RECYCLING RESOURCE

Cardinal Recycling Company provides material management solutions for all your plastics or cardboard processing and recycling needs. We help businesses reduce their waste through tailored collection systems and can assist in meeting ISO Certification requirements. Conversant with industrial expectations of providing customer-oriented services and quality product, Cardinal Recycling Company can handle a multitude of recyclable commodities. Our facility allows for shredding, grinding, and baling so we can handle large quantities of plastics as well as less than truck load pickups.

TYPES OF MATERIALS PURCHASED FROM INDUSTRIAL SOURCES:
  • INDUSTRIAL CARDBOARD

  • POST INDUSTRIAL PLASTICS

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SERVICES OFFERED:
  • SHREDDING & GRINDING

  • ANALYTICAL PLASTICS LAB

  • ON-SITE TRUCK SCALE

  • TIMELY REPORTING

  • TOLL PROCESSING CAPABILITIES

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USA TODAY article by David Carrig

Published 3:51 p.m. ET June 21, 2018

"The US used to ship 4,000 recyclable containers a day to China. Where will the banned trash go now?"

An estimated 111 million metric tons of plastic waste will be displaced by 2030 as a result of China’s recent ban on the import of most plastic waste, according to new research. 

That decision means the U.S. and other industrialized countries that have been exporting their plastic waste to China for recycling will need to find new ways to handle the disposal of their trash as much of it is already starting to pile up in landfills.

"Bold global ideas and actions for reducing quantities of non-recyclable materials, redesigning products, and funding domestic plastic waste management are needed," the authors of the study wrote in the journal Science Advances....