Once again this holiday season, Plymouth Foam participated in our annual Holiday EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) Recycling Event!
For two days following Christmas, we hosted a recycling event. During this time, we invited the community to recycle their EPS foam packaging by dropping it off at our plant located in Plymouth, Wisconsin.
As a note to all those reading our blog, we are always able to accept #6 Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) foam at our recycling bin located at 1800 Sunset Drive in Plymouth. Pound by pound, our team is dedicated to breaking down the barriers of EPS foam and its ability to be recycled!
Please see below for more information:
What Plymouth Foam can recycle: #6 Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) foam that is white, clean, dry and free of debris. This includes items such as insulated coolers and protective packaging for electronics, household goods and toys.
What Plymouth Foam CANNOT recycle: Food service containers such as foam plates, takeout containers, meat trays, egg cartons, packaging peanuts and any non-EPS type foam.
How to recycle EPS with Plymouth Foam: EPS Foam material for recycling must be bagged, bundled, boxed, or banded for internal handling.
Mail back or drop off at any Plymouth Foam plant location. Contact local plant to confirm hours of operation and plant-specific recycling details 920.893.0535
Utilize the mail-back program through the EPS Industry Alliance: www.epspackaging.org.
Peanut (loose fill) recycling- call 800-828-2214 or visit www.loosefillpackaging.com. Many UPS stores will take the loose fill for their use.
Have more questions about recycling your EPS? Contact us directly at 920.893.0535. Also, keep us in mind for your custom design Airpop® (EPS) and other expanded foam needs!