Syntex Working Toward Being Being a Zero Waste Facility

Syntex Working Toward Being Being a Zero Waste Facility

Syntex Industries, a manufacture of portable water tanks and hosebed and crosslay covers has expanded its recycling program.

Syntex has always recycled its steel and aluminum, but now it is also recycling paper, cardboard, plastic, ink cartridges, and wood pallets. Syntex has set up special bins throughout the plant to collect the different materials.

All employees are encouraged to recycle as much as possible. Syntex has also worked with other companies that can reuse its byproducts, such as wood pallets and cardboard. The project began last year and has been very successful in eliminating waste to the landfill. The recycling project has been very easy to implement and maintain.

In the near future, Syntex Industries is studying other ways to eliminate more waste in becoming a “zero” waste facility. In addition, Syntex also manufactures a recycling bin cover. This cover helps keep the items being recycled in their bins, so it does not blow all over.

For more information, visit http://www.syntexindustries.com.

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