- Feb. 7, 2021
-- According to statistics, the global EPS market is about 6.62 million tons, and EPS foam has been applied to every corner of our lives. Perhaps people know that EPS foam is material for fast packaging and fish boxes, but few know that EPS foam is also used to make building insulation boards. EPS foam has great potential in the insulation board market, which can be used in roof, wall, floor, underground, and structural GEO foam applications.
Although EPS foam insulation board is beneficial to the living environment of the house, once it is abandoned, it will also produce a large amount of EPS foam waste, mainly from the residue from the building process and the insulation board during the demolition process. These wastes are usually thrown away and cause environmental pollution. With the continuous improvement of people's awareness of environmental protection, EPS foam insulation boards can be used as recycled materials in new products after being compressed and recycled.
For builders with a large amount of waste insulation board, EPS foam takes up a lot of space due to its bulk and lightweight. The GREENMAX EPS Compactor can compress the huge loose EPS foam sheet into a compact block through screw compression technology, and it only takes a few simple steps to complete the treatment of EPS foam waste. This foam recycling equipment can reduce the volume of the foam to 1/50 of the original volume, which is finally convenient for storage, transportation, and sale.
Today, EPS foam cold presses have been recognized by more and more recyclers and foam end users, especially under the influence of COVID-19, the transportation and collection process of EPS foam has become more and more complicated. For many people who have a large number of EPS foam insulation panels, EPS foam compression recycling is definitely a way to get the most benefits at the lowest cost.
In fact, professional foam recycling companies can usually provide a full set of EPS foam recycling solutions. For example, Inco Recycling, which not only provides professional foam recycling machines but also purchases back compressed foam blocks that can be further processed into photo frames. Please visit http://www.greenmaxmachine.com.au/
for more information.