Recycle with us.
We created our customer Recycling Program to help you increase your sustainability efforts through an easily accessible, closed-loop recycling channel for your post-industrial plastic.
Go green. Save green.
When you integrate your operations with our recycling program, you’ll feel great about keeping plastic waste out of landfills. But did you know that recycling can also help your business save money? Reduce waste disposal fees, free up warehouse space, and maybe even get reimbursed for your materials when you partner with us in your sustainability efforts!Contact Us
How It Works
Contact our team with detailed scrap info, including material type(s), frequency of accumulation, size and condition, any contaminants, and storage location and capacity.
Details & Setup
Cope will outline an individualized program, provide a material tracking label, send gaylords for collection if needed, and address any concerns.
Notify all involved employees that material will now be recycled, where it will be collected, and what materials to include.
When retrieval is needed, contact our team with total weight, number of pallets, and warehouse contact info.
Recycle, Report, Reimburse
Once material is processed, Cope will track total tonnage recycled, report, reimburse if applicable, and provide recognition of milestones.
Is your material recyclable?
We accept a variety of plastic materials. Find yours in the list below to see if we accept it as part of our recycling program.
- Dibond / ACM / Alupanel
- Nylon 6
- Nylon 6/6
- Ultem 1000
To help conserve non-renewable natural resources, save energy, mitigate global warming and pollution, reduce landfill waste, meet global demands, create new job sectors and economic growth, be proactive to governmental regulations, lessen costs of goods, be socially and environmentally responsible, and to preserve our planet—we only have one!
No. Cope focuses on reclaiming post-industrial performance plastic scrap generated through internal fabrication and from our distribution customers. For recycling of single-use plastics, please investigate local options available from Republic Services, Allied Waste, Waste Management, or similar companies who offer pick-up and drop-off services. You can also check Where to Recycle on earth911.com.
Ready to get started?
Get in touch with our team!