Recycling Case Studies: Home & Business


  • Dart Opens Foam Recycling Center in Thomaston

    Location: 2260 Delray road Thomaston, GA 30286
    Hours: 24 hours, Monday-Sunday
    What they accept: Clean food packaging, transportation packaging

    About: Residents of Thomaston, GA are able to recycle their polystyrene foam products more conveniently now thanks to Dart Container Corporation. The plastics manufacturer recently opened a foam recycling drop-off center for city residents.

  • The Fairfax Companies Now Offering Free Foam Recycling in Arizona

    January 21, 2016 – The Fairfax Companies, a Southern Arizona company offering construction, demolition, and landscape waste industry services, is now providing free foam recycling at their facility. Jason Tankersley, CEO of The Fairfax Companies is the driving force behind this recycling effort and hopes that this service can help improve their surrounding community.

  • Buckeye Industries Provides Free Foam Recycling and Employment to Adults with Disabilities

    In the Greater Cleveland Ohio area, Buckeye Industries, a subsidiary of New Avenues to Independence, is helping keep foam out of landfills while providing vocational training and employment to people living with disabilities through their free foam recycling program. Within this program, individuals or businesses can drop-off their expanded polystyrene foam for free to any Buckeye location throughout Northeast Ohio.

  • Canadian Plastics Association Reports EPS Recycling Success

    Polystyrene foam products provide a wide variety of benefits. From excellent insulation, transportation ease, to providing sanitation in hospitals and restaurants, foam foodservice products are efficient and affordable products for our busy lifestyles. One of the best benefits of these products is that they can be recycled into several different products including picture frames, park benches and even surfboards.