If you have LDPE sheets around your work site that no longer can be used in your operations — whether it's because they were cut wrong or you just ordered the wrong size — then you should consider recycling these materials. By recycling, you can keep these materials from having a negative impact on the ecosystem. Use these recycle tips with this material and you'll have no issues with how LDPE sheets are repurposed.
Create a Storage System
In order to keep LDPE sheets that can't be used from cluttering up your work space, invest in a storage system. Then each time you come across LDPE sheets that are no longer usable, you can place them in this storage system until you're ready to recycle them.
A racking system with large storage bins would make it extremely easy to keep track of all of your reusable LDPE sheets. Having multiple bins with multiple sizes helps too because then you can designate particular spaces depending on how big your LDPE sheets are.
Consider Pick-Up Services
If you don't want to have to drive to a recycling center that accepts LDPE sheets, then a better option is to work with a company that has pick-up services. Then you can arrange a time for these sheets to be picked up and dropped off at the appropriate location.
You won't have to guess where to go or make too many preparations. However, you do want to combine your LDPE sheets together so that the person that does come out has an easier time picking them up and going about their way.
Think About Ordering Back the Recycled LDPE Sheets
If LDPE sheets are always needed around your work site and you don't want the unusable sheets just going to waste, then you might consider actually ordering the LDPE sheets back from the company that recycles them.
They can turn damaged LDPE sheets back to new form and you can just order them from the recycling company. You probably will end up saving more money compared to buying brand-new LDPE sheets from a supplier. You can keep this cycle going for however long you want.
When there are damaged LDPE sheets or just sheets that are the wrong size sitting around your work site, consider recycling them. You won't have to do too many things if you have the right tools and ideas in place.
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