GREENMAX Will Continuously Contribute to Foam Recycling in the Coming Decades

With the continuous development of science and technology, the exploration on of experts the recyclability of foam has confirmed that it can be recycled through a variety of recycling technologies, including traditional mechanical recycling (landfill and incineration) and advanced recycling methods (cold pressing and hot melting).

The advanced technology will give full play to many inherent sustainable characteristics of foam, which enables it to play an important role in the design of recycling or sustainable products. GREENMAX, as a well-known machine brand in North America, has been committed to bringing the sustainable development of foam to the extreme and has successfully promoted its own design of foam densifiers all over the world.

While innovation has made great progress in plastics recycling, action is still needed to address outdated waste and recycling infrastructure systems to be implemented on a larger national scale. In recent years, many modern advances in recycling technology have been developed, which can greatly help the recycling center to meet the growing demand for recycled materials.

However, due to the high cost of installation, these systems have not been integrated into the local community collection and classification system at a rate consistent with the growth of demand. GREENMAX takes this problem into full consideration and designs its own unique green recycling system based on foam densifier.

The green recycling closed loop of GREENMAX is very simple to explain. After selling the foam densifier to customers, they buy back the hot melting ingots recovered by customers and then transport these ingots to the factories in Malaysia for granulation. Finally, they are made into fine frame products and sold all over the world. The recycling, regeneration, and utilization of foam waste were successfully realized, and the closed-loop recycling of foam was successfully realized without any pollution.

For many communities or individuals who want to recycle foam but don't have enough funds, using GREENMAX foam densifier to recycle can achieve a win-win situation. They can recycle foam waste and sell foam ingots to collect funds. In this way, the shortage of infrastructure construction costs can be recovered through long-term recycling. Finally, a virtuous circle is formed.

In the next few decades, the development of foam recycling will certainly include continuous innovation leading to more technological progress. GREENMAX has sold machines to more than 70 countries around the world. This is not the end, but a new beginning. The future of polystyrene foam is undoubtedly bright, and GREENMAX is honored to be a part of this history and a leader in sustainable solutions.