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A-1 Acrylics Inc
Custom acrylic fabrication services for business & individuals.
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Hub Manufacturing & Metal Stamping
Tool & Die Manufacturing Without Going Over-Seas.
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Crown Plastics Inc
Minnesota's Only Full Service Plastics Resource.
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Lakeland Tool & Engineering Inc
Precision Tool Making & Injection Molding.
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Anderson Dahlen Inc.
60 Years Of Metal Manufacturing.
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American Sandblasting Inc.
When Price Is As Important As Quality.
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Moorhead Machinery & Boiler Co.
Commercial & Heating Boiler Repair.
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Larkin Industries, Inc.
The Best Finish From The Start.
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A 1 A Master Sandblasting Services Inc
Large To Small, We Do It All.
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Crown Extrusions
Aluminum Extrusion Specialists.
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Companies that recycle plastic scrap give manufacturers the opportunity to purchase the materials that they need to make bottles, agricultural products, bags, and other types of products. Depending on the supplier, they might regrind the plastic to recycle the materials or provide the raw product to industrial manufacturers that reuse the polymers in other ways. Plastic suppliers should sell a variety of plastics. Depending on the type of industry that they work in, buyers could prefer purchasing hard resins or flexible polymer materials. A company that can supply a range of materials can, therefore, serve a larger number of clients. The companies should also have a disposal and recovery program that helps them collect used bottles, composites, and other plastic products. This gives the company access to low cost materials that they can regrind and recycle into new products. Without a recovery program, the company would have to purchase plastics at higher prices. You can learn more about the scrap plastic companies that operate in your area by using a popular search engine. Include key words such as “plastic,” “used,” and “scrap” in your search. This should give you the websites of local companies that buy and sell used plastic. If you need a certain type of processed or biodegradable material, then include those words in your search too. You can also search for internet forums where other individuals and organizations discuss their experiences with scrap plastic companies. Having this information can help you choose a company that focuses on high quality services and products.
 
Hard Chrome Inc.
Your Plater With The "Solutions".
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Worrell Design, Inc.
Product Design, Development & Strategy.
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Discover Plastics Inc
745 Florida Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55426
(763) 593-0160
Tote Distributing
1504 Cliff Rd E, Burnsville, MN 55337
(952) 890-3913
Luger Ventures
5353 Hadley Ave N, Saint Paul, MN 55128
(651) 773-9407
Choice Plastics Inc
5338 Shoreline Dr, Mound, MN 55364
(952) 472-3070
Quality Polymers Inc
814 Prospect Ct, Osceola, WI 54020
(715) 294-2234
CAN Man Recycling Inc
3990 Moore Ave Nw, Annandale, MN 55302
(320) 274-0874
Cutting Edge Grinding Inc
1020 Lincoln Ave, Sauk Rapids, MN 56379
(320) 259-0444


Plastic is a synthetic or processed material that can be formed and molded when soft. It will then set and harden into a variety of objects, such as bottles, bins, and containers. Sometimes, manufacturers that use plastic in their products have scraps left over that they cannot use. Rather than throw out the scraps, they choose to recycle. Plastic scraps companies sell the reprocessed plastic regrind to other companies that need it. Suppliers of plastic scrap may also sell metal scrap, rubber, paper, polyester film, biodegradable materials and products, composites, resins, and plastic polymers. So who typically buys from plastic scrap companies? Typically, industrial, commercial and agricultural customers purchase plastic polymer scraps, regrinds, and resins to recycle within their business. Bottles in particular produce lots of plastic scrap for recovery. Bottles come in a variety of shapes, styles and sizes, and can include perfume bottles, spice jars, sand and shell bottles, barbecue sauce bottles, beer and wine bottles, water bottles, olive oil bottles, pharmaceutical bottles, herbal and aromatherapy bottles, and cosmetic bottles. Whatever scrap is left over can go through the entire recycling process again and be used to make new products and materials. You can find a plastic supplier, company near you by looking in your local phone book or by searching online directories. Plastic scrap usually sell their products in bulk at low prices. They often offer closeout deals with their lowest prices for bulk purchases and items they want to unload. Some sell a wide range of plastic scrap, while others sell only one type of scrap.
 
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