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foam products on a conveyer belt

Recycling #1:
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Foam products begin their journey through the recycling process at Dart Container Corporation’s expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam recycling facility at our Corona, California, plant. The facility’s wash-and-dry technology allows it to recycle foam with food residue.

Dart Container Corporation employee placing foam products on a converyer belt to be recycled

Recycling #2:
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A Dart Container Corporation employee loads recyclable polystyrene trays into the wash-and-dry system at our Corona, California, expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam recycling facility.

Dart Container Corporation employee attending to foam products on a converyer belt

Recycling #3:
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Dart Container Corporation’s foam recycling facility in Corona, California, has the ability to process more than 3 million pounds of expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam per year.

Dart Container Corporation employee standing in front of recycling equipment at our Corona, California recycling facility

Recycling #4:
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Dart Container Corporation’s expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam recycling facility follows a simple process of washing, drying and transforming products back into polystyrene bead so they can be made into picture frames, interior molding and other products. The facility opened in 2011.

Dart Container Corporation employee moving recycled foam bricks onto a pallete

Recycling #5:
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At the end of the process, the expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam is compacted into bricks, which are then shipped to companies that make them into new products, such as premium picture frames and interior molding.

Want to learn more about foam products? Check out Foam #6 Information.

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