Are you looking for plastic pipe recyclers in South Carolina or need to sell plastic pallets in South Carolina? If your manufacturing or warehouse facility in South Carolina has excess plastic materials that need to be recycled, Power Plastic Recycling can help. Power Plastic Recycling serve as scrap plastic recyclers and scrap plastic buyers in South Carolina. You can also sell scrap plastic in South Carolina or in any other States of Canada and the U.S.
Our 20 years of commercial and industrial plastic recycling experience can help you streamline your plastic waste removal while saving you both time and money. We purchase plastic scrap, obsolete virgin resin, regrind, and parts. We pick up material from your facility at no additional cost.
South Carolina’s recycling rate is within the upper percentile of the country. This is in large part due to the S.C. Solid Waste Policy and Management Act of 1991 (Act) – S.C. Code of Laws §§ 44-96-10 et seq. – which has held a vital role in establishing a framework for an effective waste management system. This act continues to support South Carolina’s goal of recycling 40% of its MSW by fiscal year 2020. As of 2016, South Carolina is more than half way closer to this goal with a recycling rate of 25.4%. Additionally, according to this report, the total amount of MSW generated was 4,308,161 tons. Of that amount, 1,094,569 tons were recycled and 3,213,592 tons (74.6 percent) were disposed of in landfills. However, just 1.7% of this recycled amount was plastic. That left hundreds of thousands of tons of plastic unrecycled. A collaboration with PPR can help the Palmetto State continue to improve its recycling rate by providing easy plastic waste disposal, which ensures both economic and environmental gains for South Carolina-based companies.
Cities that we serve in South Carolina include: Charleston, Columbia, Greenville, Spartanburg, Aiken, Florence.
Contact us to sell scrap plastic in South Carolina or to sell plastic pallets in South Carolina. We serve you as plastic pipe recyclers in South Carolina.