Title: [GreenYes] Re: Recycling by mail
I have been exploring a ship-in/mail-in program for material as well. One concern is getting messy, smelly, yucky stuff contaminated with food residue.
I can put in a plastics grinder/granulator but I don't have the space nor do we have funding for a wash-line. I'm seeking clean, injection molded polypropylene (PP-#5) such as jar lids, PP caps, PP cups, storage containers, other rarely accepted PP recyclables, which we can use to mold our funnels, spouts, and other products.
Does anyone have a clue about the cooperation level in requesting "clean" recyclables or any experiences to help gauge the potential volume of such a program?
Weisenbach Recycled Products
437 Holtzman Ave., Columbus OH 43205 USA
main line: 614-251-8585
toll free: 800-778-5420
On 4/16/08 4:47 AM, "GreenYes group" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Date: Tues, Apr 15 2008 1:13 pm
> From: "Sue Bush"
> Dear Recycling Professionals,
> I am working with a client that would like to implement a mail-in recycling program.
> Susan Bush