Almost all county’s have some form of plastic recycling. Check your local yellow pages to find a recycling center, then call and find out which types of plastics they recycle and where to drop them off. For statewide recycling information, call 1-800-CLEAN-UP.
Plastic Recycling Tips:
1. Rinse and sort your plastics by number as mixing numbers may cause contamination during the recycling process.
2. Types 1 and 2, which consist of soda and water bottles, milk jugs, some plastic bags, detergent containers, cooking oil bottles, can be recycled curbside–if your city offers this service. plastic pyrolysis plant for sale.
3. Take plastic grocery bags back to the store to be recycled.
4. Take lids and spray-pumps off of bottles, they are generally made with a different type of plastic, unless otherwise marked, that is not recyclable.
5. Find out if your city requires you to remove labels from plastic containers prior to recycling.
6. Types 3, 5, and 7 are generally not recyclable at this time due to the recycling industry still being in its early stages of development.See this weblink http://sett.com/pyrolysismachines/.
7. Type 6 is foam packaging called Expanded Polystyrene. Call The Alliance of Foam Packaging Recyclers at (410) 451-8340 to find out if this material can be recycled in your community. Other type 6 items, such as, plastic silverware, may need to be thrown out.