Mil-tek Recycling & Waste Solutions is pursuing efforts to avoid wastage resulting from polystyrene containers in which electronic components often are shipped, and the measures were adopted after a top executive of a supermarket had a learning experience sweeping the trash daily.
Mil-tek Georgia Recycling & Waste Solutions is particular about the waste stream of trash in keeping with Denmark’s determination to get environmentally conscious, reported globalatlanta.com
Several compactors are about the size of a small refrigerator or filing cabinet have been proposed by the firm, that fit easily into the rear spaces of a restaurant or store and are reportedly-environment-friendly.
The firm’s five-year plan calls for approaching grocery stores and the fishing industry along the Georgia coast with its compactors for the EPS 1800 machine that compresses polystyrene used to package seafood.
About 84% of the company’s revenue comes from Europe and 12% from Asia, while the firm decided last year to enter the US by establishing a nationwide network of distributors.