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Single Stream Recycling:

Single stream recycling is a process in which all recyclables (everything from paper to aluminum and glass) are placed in the same recycling container, and are picked up by a single truck. The business, organization, or consumer simply place anything that can be recycled into a single designated recycling bin, and Panda Environmental takes care of the rest.

Benefits of Single Stream Recycling :

  • Reducing time and effort may mean more recyclables are placed into recycling stations.
  • Reduces collection costs.
  • Single Stream recycling may provide an opportunity to update the collection and processing system it may also add new materials to the list of recyclables accepted.
  • Click here for additional benefits of Single Stream recycling

Currently Panda is working with clients to divert:

  • Glass                                                    
  • Cardboard
  • Paper
  • Cans
  • Scrap Metal
  • Scrap Wood
  • Specific Plastic                                                          
  • Fluorescent Tubes
  • Batteries
  • Light Bulbs
  • Composting                                                                              

Panda offers a variety of services, from helping our clients recognize different materials that can be recycled, to helping set up sorting stations throughout the facility. A waste audit may also be beneficial to help recognize the different streams that can be diverted from landfills as well as a forecast of how much can be diverted annually. Please see our consulting services for more information. 

Organic Waste Recycling and Composting:
Panda Environmental encourages the use of composting and the diversion of organic waste from landfills in order to better the environment, this process also can save money. Click here for the benefits of organic waste composting. 

Recycling Services Resources:

Industrial Waste Disposal and Recycling

Waste Recycling Services - Is Recycling Pointless

How To Implement a Corperate Recycling Program At Your Company in 7 Steps