If your manufacturing or warehouse facility is in need of Plastic Recycling Services in Kentucky and has excess plastic scrap, regrind or obsolete virgin materials that need to be recycled, Power Plastic Recycling can help. We serve you as plastic pipe recyclers in Kentucky. If you have got excess plastic, you may avail our services to sell scrap plastic in Kentucky or to sell plastic pallets in Kentucky. We are also the buyers of plastic and plastic recyclers in Kentucky.

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.

Kentucky has been making great strides toward environmental responsibility. In 1994, Kentucky only recycled five percent of its solid waste. This percentage had been rising steadily until it peaked at around 35% in 2008. Since then, the state recycling rate has been steadily hovering at around 30%[1]. This is just below the national average of about 34%. Gary Logsdon, the branch manager of the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection’s Recycling and Local Assistance branch, said “We’d love to recycle more than we throw away, but we have to make small steps and cultural changes to get there.” A collaboration with PPR can help the Bluegrass State make those steps toward increasing the state’s recycling rate by providing easy plastic waste disposal, which ensures both economic and environmental gains for Kentucky-based companies.

Cities that we serve include but are not limited to: LexingtonLouisvilleBullitt CountyBowling GreenOwensboro.

Contact us in case of any query or if you are looking for buyers of plastic and plastic recyclers in Kentucky as we serve you as plastic pipe recyclers in Kentucky. You can also sell scrap plastic in Kentucky or sell plastic pallets in Kentucky to us.

Top Industries Serviced in Kentucky:

Agricultural/Farming Industries

Automotive Industry

Plastic Products Manufacturing

Aerospace Industry

Transportation and logistics