Recleim Opens Closed-Loop Recycling Facility
Recycling services provider Recleim has opened its $40.6 million flagship center in Graniteville, South Carolina â€” the first facility in North America to feature an entirely closed-loop resource recovery process, the company says.
Using exclusively licensed recycling technologies, Recleim de-manufacturers household appliances, HVAC systems, vending machines and related electronics into commodities â€” such as plastic, aluminum, copper, steel and pelletized foam â€” that are sold for reuse.
The company says it reduces landfill waste by recovering 95 percent of components in the appliances it processes and properly disposing of non-recyclable materials.
Recleim has already announced several agreements with companies to process their equipment including BSH Home Appliances, Pepsi Bottling Ventures and the South Carolina Association of Heating and Air Conditioning Contractors.
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