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Steve Clarke, P. Eng., Kemptville, OMAFRA, and Carl Fletcher, Guelph, OMAFRA, June 2002
Agricultural Plastics Recycling Handbook
Table of Contents Introduction ___________________________________________________________ 3 Awareness and Promotion of Recycling to Farmers ___________________________ 4 Plasticulture: The Use of Plastics In Agriculture _____________________________ 5 Disposal Options For Agricultural Plastics – Why Recycle?_____________________ 6
Re-using Plastics On the Farm ________________________________________________ 6 Sending Plastics to Land Fills _________________________________________________ 6
Table 1. Results from a 1997 survey of Eastern Ontario landfills about their willingness to accept agricultural plastic wrap. ____________________________________________________ 7
Burning Plastics in the Open __________________________________________________ 7
Table 2. Volatile organic emissions tested for in a simulated open burning of used agricultural plastics by the United States Environmental Protection Agency. __________________________ 8
Road Safety Issue ___________________________________________________________ 9 Burying Plastics On the Farm _________________________________________________ 9 Using Plastics as a Fuel Source ________________________________________________ 9
Table 3. Energy Values of Various Materials _________________________________________ 10
Recycling Plastics __________________________________________________________ 10
Why The Plastics Industry Should Support Plastic Recycling Programs __________ 11 Why Municipal Governments Should Support Plastics Recycling Programs_______ 11 Types of Plastics _______________________________________________________ 12 Types of Agricultural Plastics That Can Be Recycled _________________________ 13 Goals Farmers Must Meet For Plastics Recycling to Succeed __________________ 13 Baling Twine _________________________________________________________ 15 Transporting Plastics to the Collection Depot _______________________________ 15
1. On Farm Pickup _________________________________________________________ 16 2. Farmers Deliver Plastic to Collection Depot __________________________________ 16
Tips for Holding Collection Days _________________________________________ 19
Quality Control ____________________________________________________________ 22
Table 4: A sampling of the typical collection results received from pilot projects ___________ 23 Table 5. Typical ranges of plastics contamination at collection. __________________________ 23
Reprocessing of Plastics_________________________________________________ 24 Products Made From Recycled Plastics ____________________________________ 24 Summary_____________________________________________________________ 25
A pilot project has been underway in Ontario since 1992 to assess the problems and commercial viability associated with the recycling of agricultural plastics. This project has been a joint effort of the Ontario Soil & Crop Improvement Association, Ontario Agribusiness, and the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food (OMAF). Field research for the project has consisted of a number of pilot collections across Ontario: in Alexandria, Vars, Winchester, Renfrew, Embro, and Peterborough. The agricultural plastics recycling project has demonstrated that:
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Agricultural plastic film (bale wrap, silo bags, tubes, silo covers) can be collected. Farmers will participate if a practical collection system is offered. Farmers can and will develop simple on-farm routines for storing and delivering clean plastics to a collection site.
Plastics can be compacted and shipped to a recycler and successfully converted to new and useful end products.
Plastics can be handled by garbage compaction trucks, compactors and recycling bins at on-farm, neighbourhood or municipal sites.
Municipalities can be partners in the collection process. Plastic lumber, garbage bags, puckboard, horse fencing and farm pens for dairy, hogs and poultry are products that have been produced. Pellets are also an option to be blended back into the plastics manufacturing industry.
Energy recovery is a viable option for plastics that are too contaminated for recycling.
• Encouraged word of mouth communication between farmers and feedback from farmers to OMAF. Awareness and Promotion of Recycling to Farmers To promote recycling among farmers OMAF has: • • Set up displays at local fairs and other agricultural events. • Frequently issued press releases and given radio. • Encouraged local groups to organize collection programs. • Maintained contact with marketers of agricultural plastics. newspaper and television interviews. • The limiting factor for having more agricultural film recycled is the low price of crude oil and the lack of end products for recycled film to be made into.• As greenhouse plastics may contain pesticide and chemical residues. as quite often farmers will call the person they bought the wrap from to inquire about its disposal. • Kept phone lists of farmers who have recycled to inform them of future collection days. 4 . Distributed pamphlets and brochures at such events and to marketers of agricultural plastics. a separate stream may have to be established similar to the pesticide container recycling program.
The use of plastic film liners increases the life of existing storage structures. for several reasons: • • • Plastic films are inexpensive to purchase. Plastic films offer flexible storage options. However. storage structures for forages and grains have been made from steel. Figure 1.Plasticulture: The Use of Plastics In Agriculture Traditionally. Individually wrapped bales (Source: OMAF) 5 . wood and concrete. Tube (Source: OMAF) Figure 2. the use of plastic films has become increasingly popular.
Send the plastics to a landfill. and as a protective liner for horizontal silos. although some uses for it have been suggested. the first option is limited because used plastic film has no widespread secondary use on a farm. to cover piles of wood and hay. Re-using Plastics On the Farm Currently. landfilling is not a good option. to cover machinery. Burn the plastics.Disposal Options For Agricultural Plastics – Why Recycle? Ontario farmers use a lot of plastics – currently. Bury the plastics. Recycle the plastics. Sending Plastics to Land Fills Landfilling plastics is a legal and supervised manner of disposal. However. plastics could be used as pillows in free stalls. Farmers have six main options for what they can do with their used plastic bale wrap and silage covers: • • • • • • Re-use the plastics for other purposes on the farm. it is estimated that Ontario farmers purchase approximately 4 million pounds of plastic bale wrap and silage cover per year. For example. despite that it is the most common method for dealing with agricultural film waste worldwide. Use the plastics as a fuel source. because: 6 . This figure does not account for the substantial amount of plastics the Ontario greenhouse industry also uses.
• Landfills are filling up. • • Many landfills charge more than $80 per ton to take agricultural plastics. Table 1 shows the results of a survey of landfills in Eastern Ontario counties regarding their willingness to accept plastic wrap. Results from a 1997 survey of Eastern Ontario landfills about their willingness to accept agricultural plastic wrap. however. 7 . Be a nuisance to other people. as burning is a means to dispose of plastics with the least amount of time and effort.$20 $10 No charge $15 No charge No charge $5 . because it may: • • • • Cause air quality concerns.$8 No charge $20 No charge $10 $10 .$20 Burning Plastics in the Open Some farmers have chosen to burn their used plastics in order to dispose of it. Burning plastics in the open is a very poor alternative. Be a public environmental hazard. Table 1. Some municipal landfills (at least 30% in a survey) may not accept agricultural plastics. Be a fire hazard. resulting in less space available for disposal of agricultural plastics. County Renfrew Frontenac Lanark Ottawa-Carleton Stormont Dundas Glengarry Prescott Russell Leeds Grenville TOTAL: Accept 15 6 7 2 4 3 3 4 2 6 2 54 (70%) Reject 7 7 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 3 2 23 (30%) Cost Range 1 / 2 ton truck $5 .
hazardous byproducts can be present in the residual ash in the form of metals. Incomplete combustion can lead to release of carbon monoxide as well as many other air pollutants. In addition. Figure 3: Burning Plastics (Source: OMAF) Burning used plastic film is environmentally hazardous. The US Environmental Protection Agency has identified 13 volatile organic chemicals that may be toxic to the environment and carcinogenic to humans as a result of open burning (Table 2). Plastic film is a volatile oil-based compound that burns easily but incompletely. Volatile organic emissions tested for in a simulated open burning of used agricultural plastics by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.• Be against the law according to local environmental protection acts. Plastic x x x x x x 1-Hexene Hexane Benzene 1-Heptane Toluene 1-Octane Octane x x x Hexamethyl Cyclotrisiloxane Ethyl Benzene Dimethyl Benzene 1-Nonane Nonane Ethnyl Benzene 8 . Table 2. Compound Test: Kerosene Only x Test: Used Ag. dioxins and furans. Plastic x x x x x x x Compound Test: Kerosene Only x x x x Test: Used Ag.
Also. Furthermore. creating an eyesore. Figure 4: Plastic littering a rural road. During high winds. energy 9 . causing the driver to lose control of the car. Furthermore. plastics might blow on a busy highway and hit a driver’s windshield. including the United States and Germany. it would be hard to recover the plastics in the future.Road Safety Issue There is a concern that farmers may pile their plastics in their fields until there is enough plastics for them to burn. Using Plastics as a Fuel Source Energy recovery is another option that many countries. reducing the amount of waste sent to landfill. these plastics could be strewn over neighbouring properties. Solid waste volume can be reduced by 95%. However. and seepage of contamination into the ground may occur if any crop matter is still trapped in the plastics. use for disposal of agricultural plastics. it is never recommended that a farmer do this because plastics are not biodegradable and will therefore permanently remain in the ground where they are buried. (Source: OMAF) Burying Plastics On the Farm Burying plastics on the farm is another option.
but farmers must recognize that there would be a substantial cost in transportation and possible tipping fees to help pay for the cost of reprocessing and pollution control. the environmental hazards accompanying burying.wrap. A pilot shipment of plastics to an energy recovery plant was achieved in 1998 was successful. Table 3 lists the energy values for various materials. currently energy recovery is not an option for agricultural plastics in Ontario. It is possible to ship plastics to the United States for energy recovery. land filling or burning plastics.recovery plants are fitted with high-temperature burning and pollution control equipment in order to reduce air pollution.recycling used plastics into new products that can be sold on the market. there is potential for a high amount of energy to be recovered. including: 10 . proving that energy recovery is a viable option. Recycling Plastics The limited options for reuse of plastics on the farm. Table 3. However. sheets Wood Newspaper Fuel Oil British Thermal Units (BTU)/pound 18 500 – 19 500 7 000 – 7 500 8 000 20 500 If agricultural plastics are burned. and this energy could be used to heat buildings and to produce electricity. especially for highly contaminated plastics. Energy Values of Various Materials (from OMAFRA publication Agdex 120/732 Factsheet 95-019: “Recyling Farm Plastic Films”) Material Agricultural plastic . Plastics brokers/recyclers have not always been keen to recycle agricultural plastics for many reasons. and the unavailability of energy recovery plants in Ontario makes all of these options either bad choices or currently unfeasible for Ontario farmers. This leaves only the sixth option . tubes. bags.
The use of and demand for agricultural plastics is also determined by how many endproducts can be made from recycled plastics.• • • The quantity of plastic is usually small. One main determinant is the price of virgin plastics. such as tower and horizontal silos. • Industry is forced to consider that product life cycles are not just “womb to tomb” but “womb to womb”. Plastics types are often mixed together. It is also important that an end-market be available for used agricultural plastics. • If forced to burn plastics to dispose of them. industry will be viewed as being a part of a solution instead of a part of a problem. Why Municipal Governments Should Support Plastics Recycling Programs • • Less material would be going to landfill sites. farmers may begin to use other. more environmentally-friendly storage methods for forages. leading to possible reductions in plastics sales. If the price of virgin plastics is high. if this happens. 11 . manufacturers will be more open to using recycled plastics to manufacture new products. • By helping to start programs. The material is dirty and may contain pesiticide residues. Agricultural plastics recycling can easily be made part of existing recycling programs. farmers might feel guilty because of the negative environmental impact. Why The Plastics Industry Should Support Plastic Recycling Programs • Sales of plastics will be maintained or increased with the implementation of recycling programs.
growing mixes Polystyrene PS is used in some yogurt cups. High Density Polyethylene Nursery pots. egg cartons. pesticide and oil containers PVC (or vinyl) is used to manufacture products ranging from heavy walled pressure pipes to crystal-clear food packaging. meat trays. such as bread bags. It is also used to make videocassettes and televisions. pots. rows and trays. silage bags Stretch wrap for silage PP is used in products ranging from yarns and fabrics to food packaging. and disposable utensils. Polypropylene Nursery pots. margarine tubs. Polyethylene Terephthalate Agricultural Uses Rare HDPE is used in bottles. shade cloth. trash bags. It represents over 50% of the plastic bottle market. Polyvinyl Chloride Water pipes. mulch film.• • Reduces burning of plastics and damage to the environment. Various other plastics resin types and multi-layered material form this group. Types of Plastics Resin Type Common Uses The most commonly recycled plastics material. Low Density Polyethylene Linear Low Density Polyethylene (LLDPE) Greenhouse film. PET is primarily used for soft drink bottles. 12 . Helps to reduce litter in the countryside. and grocery bags. weed barrier Twine Flats. row covers. hoses The largest end-use of LDPE is film for bags.
• Cover Sheets for Bunker Silos: Black LDPE plastic film that is used in large sheets typically 20’-40’ wide. 13 . they are 8’-9’ wide and 100’-200’ long. • They must end up with dry plastics clean enough to be recycled (less than 5% contamination). farmers must meet several goals if they want their plastics recycled: • They must have a simple and easy on-farm system of collecting and storing the plastics. and 8-10 mil in thickness. tacky linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) plastic film wrapped around hay bales to keep them air and moisture tight. 9 mil or thinner in thickness. bales are triple-wrapped and the plastic is 1 mil in thickness and between 18” and 24” in width. Goals Farmers Must Meet For Plastics Recycling to Succeed In order for a recycling program to succeed. used in 50’ wide sheets or 25’ wide tubes. • Silage Bags (“Ag Bags”): Long tubes of low-density polyethylene (LDPE) plastic used to store hay and corn silage. up to 300’ long and 4-6 mil in thickness. 100’-150’ long. formed of a bonded white and black layer.Types of Agricultural Plastics That Can Be Recycled Types of agricultural plastics that have been successfully recycled include: • Plastic Stretch Wrap: A white. Most commonly. Typically. which is used to wrap hay or corn silage in cement bunker silos. • Greenhouse plastics: Typically LDPE film.
After feeding. over 95% of plastics are accepted upon collection. At collection sites. Shake again to remove any leftover dirt The plastics will dry between feedings so this can be done in a one step process by placing the wet plastic to dry where the previous plastic was 4. barn posts and beams. it has been found that farmers tend to develop their own routines that work best with their particular setup. 5 Easy Steps For Plastic Film Recycling 1. wire. Get in touch with the organization running a collection program in your area Find out location.• They must separate the different types of plastics (stretch wrap vs laminated plastics found on silage covers and silage bags). 3. farmers are asked about their handling techniques. Agricultural plastics recycling programs in the United Kingdom have tended to opt for collection schemes where farmers are provided with 14 . time of collection If there is no collection day planned store the plastic out of your way for the future Start a local collection organization When farmers follow the steps listed above. Over time. It has been found that farmers who store plastics in large bags after shaking and drying bring in the plastics with the lowest contamination. • They must be able to transport the plastics easily and safely to a collection site. Store the plastics In a convenient location where it will stay dry and clean Keep it away from sunlight to prevent degradation Store plastics of different colours and materials in separate locations 5. shake plastic to remove forage Get rid of any stones. dirt or other contamination 2. etc. resulting in cleaner plastics leaving their farms. Hang plastics to dry (1-2 days) Good places for this include wagon racks.
there is no active local market for the recycling of baling twine. the twine must be separated from the rest of the plastics. rather than leaving it hanging on a fence post. (Source: OMAF) Baling Twine In the past it has been possible to recycle polypropylene baling twine. as it is made of a different type of plastics (polypropylene) than that which is used for most agricultural plastics (LDPE). At present. Transporting Plastics to the Collection Depot 15 . If baling twine is to be recycled. Whether twine is recycled or not. in the future this may change. Potential end-uses for recycled baling twine in the past have included concrete reinforcement and septic tank manufacturing. dry location such as inside a shed.large sacks in which to store their plastics. farmers would have to store it in a clean. However. Clear plastic bags have been preferred because they allow collectors to assess the cleanliness of the agricultural plastic prior to baling it. Figure 5: Agricultural plastics that have been properly stored in plastic bags.
On Farm Pickup Trucks would be rented and drivers hired to pick up the plastics and deliver it to the closest depot site. 16 . Farmers outside of this distance would have to make arrangements to drive their plastics in to meet a truck on its route or to bring the plastics directly to the depot.For recycling to be effective. Two models have been studied during the Ontario agricultural plastics recycling pilot project for how to effectively collect plastics: Recycling Garbage Truck Pick-Up Trucking Depot Site With Compactor Farm Using Ag-Plastic Farmer Delivers Energy Recovery Figure 6: Collection Models 1. Farmers Deliver Plastic to Collection Depot Farmers would be notified that they can bring their plastics into the depot site at their own expense on set collection days. but farmers outside this range are opposed to this model and would prefer a closer drop-off. Pilot projects and surveys conducted have shown that farmers living within a one hour drive of the depots are willing to adopt this model. Farmers within a 50 kilometer radius of the depot site would qualify to have their plastics picked up. 2. plastics would be baled/compacted and shipped. one must collect a lot of material from many farms. At the depot.
they must use reduced speeds and in the case of open box trailers there is the possibility of plastics coming loose and flying onto the road creating the potential for serious accidents. In our pilot projects. plastics are baled/ compacted and then shipped to the recycler. Farmers are encouraged to pre-register with the collection organizers to let them know how much and what type of plastics are coming.Farmers are also concerned with the liability they face by having to drive the plastics in their trucks/trailers for long distances. Extreme care must be taken. 17 . During the collection process. loose plastics must be tarped to minimize the potential for accidents. a system based on model two has been shown to be the most successful. Note that there is a safety concern when using a farm baler: plastic could wrap around the person feeding the plastic and pull and the person into the baler. To reduce the transportation cost. farmers are asked some survey questions and feedback is given to the farmer regarding the cleanliness of their plastics. The best practice is to stuff plastic into clear plastic bags or use a small wooden compactor made from plywood (Figure 7 a and b). the farmer can use a farm-type small square baler that uses tine forks for cross-feeding into the baling chamber in order to compact plastic on the farm. With their trucks loaded full of plastics. At the drop-off site. For any method of transport.
• Large round balers can also be used to bale plastic. The plastics recycling industry tends to prefer plastic in a commercially compacted form. and plastics windrows in background (bale 2. (Source: OMAF) Figure 7(b) Finished plastic bales (Source: OMAF) Key points about on-farm baling are: • The plastic should be fed into the baler by spreading the plastic into a windrow and driving the baler into the plastic.Figure 7(a) Plywood Box to make plastic bales. (Source: OMAFRA) Figure 9: Small square bale of plastics. Figure 8: Windrow of plastics being baled. weight 35 to 45 pounds) (Source: OMAFRA) 18 . It is very important that the farmer not hand feed the plastics into the baler. but the resulting bale size and shape may be too big to handle.6 m high (3’ by 2’).5’ long. because this can cause serious injuries if feet or hands become tangled in the plastics. • • Windrows should be approximately a 1 m deep x 0.
reducing transportation costs to the reprocessing plant. weight 1500 pounds). 19 . plastic can get caught on the pick up and cause binding problems. Although it is possible to use a farm balers (e. during pilot projects it has been found that commercial/retail grade compactors do the best job of bulk reduction. if baling is not possible. Figure 10: Commercially compacted large bale of plastics (40” x 48” x 48”.Tips for Holding Collection Days The farmer should bring plastic bales or. Operations are typically owned by a municipality. Compaction reduces the plastic film bulk to about 1/6th of its original volume. group of municipalities or a company that contracts to municipalities. Farm baling does an adequate job of compacting agricultural plastic wrap. The depot where the local collection is held would ideally have a commercial compactor on hand to compress the plastics into large (1500 lb plus) bales. round balers) to bale plastics. loose plastics to the local collection. (Source: OMAF) Figure 11: Loading agricultural plastics into a cardboard compactor (Source: OMAF) The compactors required to bale agricultural plastics are of sizes typically used in recycling depots to bale pop cans. However.g. newspapers or plastic bottles.
Figure 12: Using a round baler to make a 750 kg bale of plastics. however. U. Previously. 20 . large trailer-sized waste management containers that are then taken by truck to the compactor site. trailers hauling plastics must be tarped or contained (similar to gravel trucks).K. the Zorra Township program sorts the plastic into clean. Unsecured plastics pose a threat to safe driving.Also great care must be taken to prevent accidents from occurring.) Other key points about collection days are: • It is preferable that a large compactor be on hand at the collection site because this will reduce the need to truck the plastics from the collection site to the compacting site. a waste management truck that loaded bins from over the truck cab was used.. By law. It is therefore recommended that commercial/retail compactors are the best solution. In Oxford County. (Source: Claas Equipment Ltd. • Loose plastics should be tarped or otherwise secured during transport from the farm to the collection site. This may not always be possible.
• Farmers should pre-register prior to the collection day. it is best if local organizations . • Holding a collection day twice a year is ideal because it reduces the need for on-farm storage of plastics by the farmer. it establishes contacts for future collection days.municipalities or companies – are found that can provide a location for collection and an appropriate baler. (Source: OMAFRA) • Collection sites should be as close to the farmer as possible. it allows for an estimation of the volume of material to be collected.Figure 13: Tarped trailer. Farmers should not need to drive more than 45 minutes to the collection site. 21 . Therefore. Pre-registration offers several advantages: • • • it increases quality control. • Local governments/organizations should coordinate the collection of agricultural plastics rather than private companies because they can usually offer a more stable program which is not dependent on profit. (Source: OMAFRA) Figure 14: Plastics transported on the back of a pickup truck.
Contamination includes dirt. tape. sand. stones. Film that has lost its flexibility and is crinkly has serious ultraviolet light damage. At the reprocessing plant. glue. among other things. incoming plastics should be inspected for contamination and accepted or rejected depending on the level of contamination. other types of plastics. which severely limits its recyclability. water. Tires and metal fence posts. have been accidentally donated to previous collections coordinated by OMAF. Tables 4 and 5 list typical observations made during pilot agricultural plastic collections in Ontario. and ultraviolet (UV) light degradation. grease. (Source: OMAFRA) 22 .Quality Control Plastics that are to be recycled should have a minimum of contamination. vegetation. Figure 15: Plastic that is clean enough for recycling. It is important that any plastics being brought to the collection site be carefully scrutinized to make sure that other unwanted items are not collected with it.
Typical ranges of plastics contamination at collection. String. Haylage.Figure 16: Plastic that is too dirty to be recycled. Moisture Table 5.2 Ag Bags 19 km Shed 1 year old 5% String. Moisture 300 Bales 25 km Shed 1 year old 2% String. Dirt. Water 300 Bales 16 km Shed 1 year old none A little Dirt 300 Bales 5 km Outside 1 year old 40 % Dirt. Haylage. Plastics Sample Dry Average Wet/Dirty Moisture Contamination 0% 25% 47% Dirt Contamination 14% 4% 6% Total Contamination 14% 29% 53% 23 . (Source: OMAFRA) Table 4: A sampling of the typical collection results received from pilot projects Amount Brought In Distance Traveled Storage Method Age of Film Amount Rejected Contaminants 100 Bales . Dirt.
and chopped into pellets that can be used by manufacturers to make new plastics products. following inspection for contamination the plastics films are typically chopped in a grinder. If their plastics are dirty. test 24 . separated into individual plastics types and dried. To initially break-in to new markets. (Source: OMAFRA) Products Made From Recycled Plastics There is a need to operate a large scale plastic collection to obtain enough plastics to produce a large volume of recycled agricultural plastic pellets or flakes. feedback should be given to farmers regarding the cleanliness of their plastics. (Source: OMAFRA) Figure 18: Pellets. farmers should be encouraged to change their routines or run the risk of their plastics not being accepted the next collection date. Figure 17: Pellets being produced at a plastics reprocessing plant.Upon collection. There is also a need to ship this material to a variety of plastics manufactures to increase the potential end use markets for used agricultural plastics. The molten plastics are then extruded into fine strands. Reprocessing of Plastics At the reprocessing plant. washed to remove contaminates. then fed into an extruder where heat and pressure melt the plastics. cooled.
Potential End Use Markets for Recycled Plastics: Plastic lumber Garbage bags Puck-board [plastic plywood] Horse Fencing Farm Pens for Dairy. Hogs. This means that in times of low petroleum prices recycled plastics become uncompetitive. If the industry can use recycled plastics successfully. Plastic film is a by-product of the petroleum industry and so the price of virgin plastics fluctuates with the price of oil. it has been shown that recycling can be a viable alternative to Ontario farmers for the disposal of their agricultural plastics. However. Poultry Roadside Posts Figure 19: Products Made From Recycled Plastics (Source: OMAFRA) Figure 20: Picnic table made from recycled plastics. With support 25 . (Source: Heritage Fence) Summary Here in Ontario. farmers must be willing to find ways to separate their plastics and keep their plastics clean. subsequent shipments may be sold at market price. (Source: Dumfries (Scotland) Plastic Recycling) Figure 21: Plastic fencing.shipments may be sent to industry at a significantly reduced price.
government. 26 . increasing use of recycled plastics by manufacturers and processors should help to increase the demand and markets for it. and the plastics industry.from farmers.
agbag.on. Strategic Planning and Business. Eng.. Scarborough.on. N. ON N1G 2W1 Tel: (519) 824-4120 ext. ON K0G 1J0 Tel: (613) 258-8305 Fax: (613) 258-8392 sclarke@omafra. OMAF 1 Stone Rd.org Ontario Cattlemen’s Association Contact: Peter Doris. ON M1P 2Y9 Tel: (416) 298-5422 Fax: (416) 297-2218 27 .Plastic Recycling Contacts June 2002 Ontario – Key Contacts Steve Clarke.com Atlantic Packaging Products Ltd. Kemptville. Guelph.ca Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association Harold Rudy 1 Stone Road West.ca OMAF Christoph Kessel.cattle.ontariosoilcrop.guelph. Senior Materials Specialist 3RS Client Services 40 St. OMAF Provincial Government Building. Guelph. W. East Sussex TN354NN Tel: 011-44-424 722650 Carl Fletcher. E.aepinc.gov.ca AEP Industries (Sunfilm silage wrap) 125 Phillips Ave.gov.ca Ontario Ministry of the Environment (MOE) Rick Warner.on. ON M4V 1M2 Tel: (416) 325-4422 Fax: (416) 325-4437 warnerri@ene. P. South Hackensack. ON N1G 4Y2 Tel: (519) 826-4214 Fax: (519) 826-4224 www. ON N1K 1B1 Tel: (519) 824-0334 Fax: (519) 824-9101 www.gov. Box 2004. OR 97146 USA Tel: (800) 334-7432 (503) 861-1644 Fax: (503) 861-2527 www. Guelph.on. Clair St. (plastic bags) Roger Keeley 111 Progress Ave.ca Randy Howanyk 11 Appletree Drive Kitchener.gov. 7th Floor Toronto. W. 2480 Fax: (519) 826-3567 ckessel@omafra. ON N2A 4C9 Tel: (519) 896-6374 Fax: (519) 896-6375 Manufacturers .org hrudy@ontariosoilcrop. ON N1G 2W1 Tel: (519) 826-3235 Fax: (519) 826-4342 cfletche@omafra. Rural/Environmental Engineer and Provincial Crop Engineering Specialist..on.com Contact: Carl Opperman.Film Ag Bag International (Ag Bag tubes) 2320 SE Ag-Bag Lane Warrenton. Guelph. Concession Rd.J. Nutrition-Horticulture Program Lead University of Guelph 50 Stone Rd. Special Products Manager 130 Malcolm Rd. Vice-President Industrial Products Division Amplas Manufacturing Ltd (Plastics products) 1-9 Ivyhouse La Hastings. USA 07606 Tel: (201) 807-2482 Fax: (201) 807-2346 Toll-Free: (800) 999-AEPI (2374) www.
com Tenneco Packaging Suite 300 Dearfield. P. Box 2399.nutrigard. Sales (613) 658-2300 W. Technical Services. USA 54912-2399 Tel: (717) 392-0848 Fax: (717) 392-5412 Toll-Free: (888) 731-5330 www. ON L6T 1B5 Tel: (905) 791-3980 Fax: (905) 791-0587 www.. Mail Code C-1 Naperville.O. (Sacomatic silage bags) 790.atplas.pactiv. (plastic film) 9340 Meaux St. Ralston (Canada) Inc. (plastic film) Jack Swinimer Box 2000.ca Balcan Plastics Ltd. Downsview. (plastic film) Paul Cohen 135 East Drive Brampton.sacomatic.com Contact: Yves Giriad Tube-o-lator Inc. Films Tel: (905) 452-6760 Fax: (905) 451-1677 Pactiv Corp. Brampton.Eng. – Manager. PQ G0S 3E0 Tel: (418) 253-5745 Fax: (418) 253-5645 www.com Eastern Canada Contact – Eric Kubic (514) 425-6555 Sacomatic Inc. Warrenville Rd.AT Plastics Inc. S.com 28 . ON M3J 2H7 Tel: (416) 661-6266 Fax: (416) 661-4819 Presto Products Company (Nutrigard bale wrap) P.com Local contact: Ed Ladouceur. IL 60045 Tel: (888) 828-2850 www. 60566 Phone: 630-420-4402 Fax: 630-961-7979 Email: vitande@bp. 301 Forest Ave. Illinois 60015 USA Tel: (847) 914-1909 Fax: (847) 914-1991 Contact: John Burns Uniplast Industries Inc. PQ H1R 3H2 Tel: (514) 326-9130 Fax: (514) 326-4565 www.wralston.com Sam Andrews – Eastern Canada Account Manager Tel: (905) 452-6705 Fax: (905) 451-1677 andrews@atplas. (Agri-Pac silage bags) 142 Kennedy Rd. ON L6W 3G4 Tel: (905) 451-1630 Fax: (905) 451-0039 www. AB T0C 2P0 Tel: (403) 789-2411 Fax: (403) 789-3627 Toll-Free: (800) 265-8823 www. (Tube-o-lator line wrap) Contact: Gerry Brodrecht RR#1 Thorsby. Il. ON L3B 6R9 Tel: (705) 326-1777 Fax: (705) 325-7120 BP Chemicals Gil Vitands 150 W.balcan.com Contact: Jack Baron 920 Alness St. Appleton. Rang 4 Saints-Anges. WI. (Maxtech SF silage bags) 1900 West Field Court Lake Forest. Orillia.tube-o-lator. St-Leonard.com Stan Chmelyk.
O.ca firstname.lastname@example.org Zorwood Agr. Cambridge ON N1R 6C9 Tel: (519) 623-8261 Fax: (519) 623-2299 Calhoun Agri Services Ltd.on. Peterborough ON. K9J 6X0 (705) 876-1600 Contact: John Baldry R.A. Box 1237. Box 489 St. ON K0C 1A0 Tel: (613) 525-5112 Fax: (613) 525-5114 Contact: Rene Jeaurond Zorra Township Jennie Hinan P.O. ON N3B 2Z3 Tel: (519) 669-5439 Fax: (519) 669-5430 Alberta AgIndustries Ltd Box 1560 Westlock. ON N0J 1J0 Tel: (519) 475-4184 Amjay Company – Ropes and Twines 17075 Leslie St. 265 Industrial Rd. Lawrence St. 417 Industrial Park Vars. Services Ltd. ON K0A 3H0 Tel: (613) 443-2370 Fax: (613) 443-0104 Contact: John Trudeau Barron’s Disposal Systems RR#1 Haley Station.P. Alexandria. (Sunfilm silage wrap) Box 453. ON N5C 3K5 Tel: (519) 485-2490 Fax: (519) 485-2520 Township of North Dundas P. AB T0G 2L0 Tel: (404) 349-4719 Fax: (403) 349-4741 Branches Paper Recycling Box 206 . Unit 6 Newmarket.R.E. ON L3Y 8E1 Tel: (800) 668-5104 Fax: (905) 830-0448 Horst Choring Aids Company Glen or Elvin Horst RR#4 Elmira. Winchester.on. (Maxtech SF silage bags) 478 Notre Dame C.R. ON Tel: (613) 432-6070 Local Recycling – Private Companies or Municipalities Scott’s Plains Recycling 390 Pido Rd.Distributors and Retailers of Film Plastitech Inc. Ingersoll. R.plastitech. Ont.750 St-Rémi. David Howe RR#5 Embro. ON N0G 1L0 Tel: (519) 363-3037 Fax: (519) 363-2354 Toll-Free: (800) 265-3994 www. K0C 2K0 Tel: (613) 774-2105 Fax: (613) 774-5699 Contact: Doug Froats 29 . Box 306.com R & R Materials Robert Mowatt and Randy Lavier #3 Unit 5 South Gower Business Park Kemptville.240 Enterprise Rd.2 Chesley. ON K0G 1J0 Tel: (613) 258-9828 Norcan Farm Equipment Ltd.calhoun. Québec J0L 2L0 Ontario Contact: Eric Ménard Tel: (450) 454-3961 Fax: (450) 454-6638 Toll-free: (800) 667-6279 www.
5th Floor Ottawa.nexcycle.polychemproducts.com Polychem Products (plastics recycling and trading) 725.O. Box 24020 Stratford. 240 Mason Road P. Gaudette St. PQ Contacts: Serge Bourret or Gianni Berloni Tel: (450) 348-7392 Fax: (450) 349-2225 www.O Box 2121 Picton. West. Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu..ca Enviroplast Inc. H1J 1N5 Tel: (514) 352-6060 Fax: (514) 352-9177 www. ON L7G 3P1 Tel: (519) 809-0138 / (519) 836-0242 Fax: (519) 836-8159 Ontario Recycling. Unit 15B-2 Kitchener.com Agri-Plas Systems Inc.ca (pre-processing) Dave Cleave or Matthew Wright P.O. 190 Cty.com 30 . 12 Cairn St.agriplas. Box 9. ON K1P 1J1 tel. (613) 580-2424 ext.ca Contact: Darryl Gallagher Tel: (902) 569-1368 Cleave Recycling Formally World-wide Recycling of Agriculural Plastics (WRAP) North Grenville Karen Dunlop Kemptville Landfill Site.plasticlumber.ottawa.Rob Sinclair Solid Waste Services Division City of Ottawa 110 Laurier Ave. PE C1B 2V5 Phone: (902) 894-7527 Fax: (902) 894-4746 http://www. CA C1B 1K6 Phone: (902) 569-1965 Fax: (902) 569-1952 http://www. Depot 1 Hamilton ON L8L 7T5 Tel: (905) 627-3600 Fax: (905) 627-4522 Toll Free: (800) 663-2988 www. PE. Rd. 52 Matwood Drive Stratford. Inc.Sinclair@city. Anjou PQ.com NexCycle Industries Ltd.on. # 44 Kemptville 613 258 7612 Plastic Recycling Markets Envision Recycling (LDPE film recovery) P. 5 Manitou Dr.com Island Plastics Inc.ontariorecyclinginc. (plastic recycling) 9060 Parkway. ON N2C 2J6 Tel: (519) 893-3130 Fax: (519) 893-3318 www. ON K0K 2T0. Rochester NY 14611 Tel: (716) 328-4253 Fax: (716) 328-4256 http://www.envisionrecycling.net Densiplast Technology Contact: Ian Main Rosetta Unit 7G Georgetown. 22643 fax (613) 560-1274 e-mail: Robert. Tel: (613) 847 1117 Email: email@example.com.
Virginia 22601 USA Tel: (540) 678-4079 Fax: (540) 678-0886 www.enviroshake. Bowmanville.com Energy Recovery from Plastic 31 . (Down to Earth Family Products) 6677 MTCC Meadowvale RPO P. Fax: (905) 697-0980 Contact: Simon Karam E-Mail: info@newcityresources. Woodstock.poly-pacific. Wittenberg Senior Vice President. ON K9V 5R7 Tel: (705) 878-5700 Fax: (705) 878-5702 Toll-Free: (888) 255-1212 www. Edmonton. NCR Industrial Centre.com firstname.lastname@example.org Everwood Agricultural Products Inc.tiqsons.htm J. Ontario. Box 1462 Chatham. Inc. ON L4Z 3E9 Tel/Fax: (905) 890-0582 Toll-free: (800) 665-3821 Tiqsons Technologies. 121 Brunel Rd.C. N7M 5W8 Tel: (519) www...solplastiques.: (514) 254-6325 1501. Bob Bilger 429 John St. Ont. AB T6P 1K6 Tel: (780) 467-3612 Fax: (780) 464-1852 Contact: Karen Christian www.trex.com/plastics/ Wellington Polymer Technology Inc. Aylmer. Mississauga.com www. Inc. (parent company for Everwood Agricultural Products) 8918 – 18 St.B. ON L5N 2W0 Tel: (905) 785-9923 Fax: (905) 785-9233 www. 250 Baseline Rd. Montreal (Quebec) CANADA H1N 3P1 http://www.com/index.O. Contact: Jim Nash 650 Riverview Drive. ON L1C 1A4 Tel: (905) 697-3888.Manufacturers and Distributors – End Products from Recycled Plastic Canadian Plastic Lumber Contact: Jim Smiley 164 Needham St. Manufacturing (Envirobar and Plasboard Distributors) RR#5 Lucknow. Box 21145 Mississauga.com New City Resources Inc. Contact: Bob Hill 1659 Rowe Ave. N. Minnesota 56187 Tel: (507) 376-4136 Sol Plastics Contact: Chantal Rouleau Tel: 1-888-SOL-PLAS (765-7527) Tel. For: Kent Farm Equipment Box 24014 CDO 1100 Dundas St. N5H 2B6 Tel: (519) 773-5889 Fax: (519) 773-3575 Davon Sales Inc.com Trex Company. Inc.newcityresources. ON N4S 8Y4 Tel: (519) 537-2375 Fax: (519) 537-7991 Toll-free (800) 561-1706 Bedford Industries. des Futailles Street. Box 39 Worthington. Unit 1 P. E.com Poly-Pacific Inc. LLC Roger A. technical operations 20 South Cameron Street Winchester.cp-lumber. ON N0G 2N0 Tel: (519) 528-2643 Fax: (519) 528-2057 Crozier Agencies For: Victor Stanley.O. Unit 6 Lindsay.: (514) 254-8525 Fax.
Executive Director Tel: (613) 256-8533 Fax: (613) 256-8534 Ajax Office Donna Turner – Association Manager Tel: (905) 426-9313 Fax: (905) 426-9314 www. ON (905) 791-2777 Contact: Dan Pierce SWARU (Laidlaw Energy Tech.com (info on plastic recycling) Association of Municipal Recycling Coordinators 25 Douglas Street..ca American Plastics Council 1300 Wilson Blvd.rco. Arlington VA 22209 USA Tel: (800) 243-5790 www. Suite 500 Mississauga.plastics.O.guelph.) 470 Kenora Hamilton.ca Canadian Association of Recycling Industries Ottawa Office Len Shaw . ON L4V 1W1 Tel: (905) 678-7405 Fax: (905) 678-0774 www. ON MG6 1A5 Tel: (416) 960-1025 Fax: (416) 960-8053 www.org Contact: Ben Bennett Linda Varangu Center for Plastics Recycling Reseach Information Services Division Building 3529.ca/epic Contact: Catherine Cirko Fred Edgecoomb Charmain Entine Recycling Council of Ontario 489 College St.org Plastic Recycling Associations Environment and Plastics Information Council 5925 Airport Rd.on. Mississauga. ON L5K 1B3 Tel: (905) 822-7630 Fax: (905) 822 4111 Email: email@example.com www. Suite 500..org Ontario Waste Exchange 2395 Speakman Drive Mississauga.on. Canada L4V 1W1 Tel: (905) 678-7748 Fax: (905) 678-0774 www.plastics.org www.Peel Resource Recovery Inc.plasticulture.cari-acir. Ontario.ortech. NJ 08855-1179 Tel: (908) 932-4402 Canadian Plastics Industry Association 5925 Airport Rd. Suite 800. ON L8E 3X8 (905)560-2332 Contact: John Moore American Society for Plasticulture 526 Brittany Drive State College.ca Other Contacts: Canada 32 .on. PA 16803-1420 USA Tel: (814) 238-7045 Fax: (814) 238-7051 www. Suite 504 Toronto. 7656 Brama Lee Brampton. Guelph.plasticsresource. ON N1H 2S7 Tel: (519) 823-1990 Fax (519) 823-0084 www. Busch Campus P. Box 1179 Piscataway.amro.plastics.
& Rt.S.Alberta Environmental Protection Contact: Dean Bell. Tel: (919) 541-5792 Fax: (919) 541-0554 Email: blinak@inferno. Charlottetown.O.org info. PE C1A 4N6 Tel: (902) 368-5611 Fax: (902) 368-5729 Island Waste Management Corporation East Prince Waste Management Facility P. Municipal Programs. Box 466 Ascutney. MD-65 Research Triangle Park. Extension Professor and Extension Ag. Starr Environmental Analyst Thrasher Rd. Suite 2 St.uconn.ab. NH 03086 Tel: (603) 654-6577 Fax: (603) 654-6717 Association of Plastics Manufacturers in Europe Avenue van Nieuwhenhuyse 4. Abbotsford Agricultural Centre 1767 Angus Campbell Rd.D. Environmental Protection Agency National Risk Management Research Laboratory Air Pollution Prevention and Control Division Air Pollution Technology Branch. Abbotsford. Wilton.firstname.lastname@example.org Europe . Engineer Department of Natural Resources & Engineering 1376 Storrs Rd. Department of Agriculture and Forestry Contact: Shane Murphy.apme. Box 271 Slemon Park. Market and Industry Development Div. South Petroleum Plaza Edmonton.gov www. Natalie T. Connecticut 06269-4087 Tel: (203) 486-2840 Fax: (203) 486-5408 Email: jbartok@canrl.E. Coordinator. U-87 Storrs. VT 05030 USA Tel: (802) 674-2840 Fax: (802) 674-6915 James W.rtpnc.bell@gov. Garthe Agricultural Engineer and Instructor The Pennsylvania State University 246 Agricultural Engineering Building University Park. 21 F-75009 Paris. Ag.ca British Columbia Contact: Don Bates. NC 27711 Contact William Linak. AB T5K 2G8 Tel: (780) 422-8466 Fax: (780) 427-1594 dean. 5. BC V3G 2M3 Tel: (604) 556-3085 P.I. Research Station 440 University Ave. P. Vermont 05478-1866 Tel: (802) 524-6501 Fax: (802) 524-6062 (note: Glenn Rogers is on sabbatical until January 2001) University of Connecticut Cooperative Extension Service John W.edu U. Action on Waste Branch 12th floor. PA 16802 Tel: (814) 865-7154 Fax: (814) 863-1031 Amidon Recycling Consulting Services Solid Waste Management Arthur Amidon 125 Burns Hill Rd.org 33 . Specialist Services Supervisor. PE C0B 2A0 Tel: (902) 854-2241 Fax: (902) 854-2133 United States University of Vermont Extension System Contact: Glenn Rogers 278 South Main Street.epa. Albans.gov/docs/crb DSM Environmental Services Inc. Box 3 B-1160 Brussels. France Tel: (33 1) 45 26 05 53 Fax: (33 1) 48 74 72 12 www.ifap.Associations International Federation of Agricultural Producers Rue Chaptal. Belgium Tel: (32 2) 675 32 97 Fax: (32 2) 675 39 35 www.epa. Ph. Bartok Jr.
runs a plastics recycling plant that handles ag plastics Roy Hiddleston Solway Recycling Rigghead Farm. Handelskai / Top 841 A-1020 Wien. Durham TS18 3RD http://www. Mellons Business Park Fortran Road.be Environment Agency Wales Rivers House.uk/ 34 .spra. Ardeer.uk European Plastics Recyclers (EUPR) Avenue de Cortenbergh 66. Scotland DG2 0BU Tel: 011 44 1387 247110 Fax: 011 44 1387 247109 .environment-agency. Ayrshire Scotland KA20 3NQ Tel: 011 44 1294 605111 Fax: 011 44 1294 601125 United Kingdom – Agricultural Plastic Recycling Dumfries Plastics Recycling Jim Montgomery.collects and bales ag plastics Web site http://www.uk britpoly@compuserve. CF3 OEY Tel: 011 44 2920 770088 Fax: 011 44 2920 798555 http://www. Scotland DG2 9SH Tel/Fax: 011 44 1387 730420 SOLWAY@aol. Hertfordshire EN6 3JN United Kingdom Tel: 011 44 0707 650771 Fax: 011 44 0707 646736 Anaplast-Ardeer Alan Harrington Lundholm Rd. Carbone Road Industrial Estate Potters Bar.uk United Kingdom – Plastics Manufacturers British Polythene Industries.org.solwayrecycling. St.com . Co.at http://www..britpoly. Dumfries.org The Scottish Plastic and Rubber Association www.gov.European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organizations (EPRO) Contact: Christian Staudbauer P/a OKK. Shawhead Dumfrieshire.co.uk email@example.com. Mellons Cardiff. PLC John Sale Yarm Road.co. Austria Tel: +43 1 720700142 Fax: +43 1 720700140 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Stockton-on-Tees. Stevenston. St.co.com Tel: 011 44 1642 672288 Fax: 011 44 1642 664293 Amalgamated Plastics Ltd. Box 4 B-1040 Brussels Contact: Alexander Dangis Tel: +32 2 732 4124 Fax: +32 2 732 4218 Email: eupr@skynet. Works Director College Rd.wales.
repak. Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority Yorebridge House.com .uk http://www. England CA13 0EB Tel/fax: 011 44 1900 828684 Email: cumbria@fwag. North Yorkshire.agricultural plastics recycling in Ireland Cumbria Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group Anderson Court. Maud. contacted other programs in Europe and relayed information between them Second Life Plastics Wales Marilyn Birch Old Sawmills. Pencrug.co.developing ag plastic recycling scheme Royal Scottish Agricultural Benevolent Institution Ian Purves-Hume Islington. Llandeilo. Dublin. Sullart St.org.html . Carmarthen Road. Doncaster Carr Doncaster.Beardmore@yorkshiredales.com http://www. DN4 5HZ England Email: email@example.com of technology transfer programs in Europe.org.uk .uk .uk Website for Information on Scheme: http://www.uk/project07. Leyburn.uk . Clondalkin. Cockermouth.org. Wales SA19 6RS Tel: 011 44 1558 824590 http://www.slpw.runs a ag plastics recycling program in Scotland Other Europe Contacts Dominique Launay Pays de La Loire Innovation Centre des Salorges II 1 Bd Salvador Allende BP 50531 44105 Nantes Cedex 4. Ireland 22 Tel: (01) 4578200 Fax: (01) 4670197 REPAK .coordinates ag plastics recycling in Wales Liam Tiernan. Project Officer (part-time) Tel 01900-824000 fax 01900-828684 mobile 0771 3333153 e-mail farmplastic@aol. DL8 3EE Tel (01969) 650456 ext 306 E-mail: Kathryn.riverswale.org. Cumbria. Norwood Green Halifax HX3 8QG England www.developing ag plastic recycling scheme Austen Ward Projects Officer Innovation Relay Centre North England Beta Technology Ltd. Edinburgh EH28 8NB Tel: 011 44 1313 331023 Fax: 011 44 1313 331027 Email: rsabi@rsabi. Peterhead. Carmarthenshire.org.org.htm -coordinates an ag plastic recycling scheme Urban Mines The Cobbett Centre Vilage Street.uk Email: firstname.lastname@example.org plastics recycling in France 35 . REPAK.org.collects and bales ag plastic Kathryn Beardmore Regional Manager (North).fwag.uk Contact: Carol Douglas. Scotland AE42 5SA Tel/fax: 011 44 1771 544444 . Barclay Court.urbanmines.org.Tel: 4670190 Fax: (01) 4670197 Email: email@example.com Tel: +44 1274 699400 Fax: +44 1274 699410 . 1 Ballymount Road.Harry Birnie North of Scotland Plastic Whynieton.co.uk/PublicFacing/LocalGroups/ Cumbria/index.ie Recycling freephone 1800 300 444 .firstname.lastname@example.org WebSite: www. France Tel: 02 51 84 12 12 Email: d. Bainbridge.
developing ag plastics recycling in Spain Deje Bruk AB Box 106 S-669 22 DEJE.und Umwelttechnick CH-8356 Tanikon Tel: 052 3683131 Fax:052 365 1190 Email:Ulrich.ch Stichting Folined Dorpsstraat 50 2396 HC Koudekerk a/d Rijn The Netherlands Tel: +31 71 5896842 Fax: +31 71 5899800 .deje@telia. Environment Co-ordinator Product Development Division TNO Industrial Technology Dept. 0212 N-Oslo Norway Tel: +47 22 12 17 80 Fax: +47 22 12 17 81 E-mail: email@example.com Contact: Peter Sundt . 7131 PC Lichtenvoorde.ag plastics recycling scheme in Belgium Plastretur AS Karenslyst Allé 9A. Sustainable Product Innovation Schoemakerstraat 97.wrote up on best management practices for plastics in Europe Cicloplast Rosario Pino. Masch. Spain Tel.ETH Sektionschef Energie. NL-2600 JA Delft The Netherlands Tel: + 31 15 269 6229 Fax: + 31 15 269 6277 Email: h.com Managing Director: Teresa Martinez Contact: Alberto Caldeiro E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org plastics and HDPE plastic packaging.nl .recycles most agricultural bags and sheets from Northern Europe The Netherlands Organization of Industrial Technology Hans deGroot. (34) 91 571 7606 Fax (34) 91 579 6345 E-mail: cicloplast@cicloplast.Box 6031.Wolfensberger@fat.com .admin. Station for Agricultural.com Plastic recycling . postboks 441.plasretur.ag plastics recycling in The Netherlands Raffinerie Tirlemontoise SA Avenue De Tervuren 182 B-II50 Brussels Belgium Tel: (2) 771 00 30 Fax: (2) 771 92 35 .Arena Recycling Henk Oost.tno. NL-2628 VK Delft.-Ing.no http://www.cicloplast. Contact: Lars Hald or Leif Andersson Swiss Federal Research Economics and Engineering Station for Agricultural Ueli Wolfensberger. The Netherlands Tel: 31 544 371372 Fax: 31 544 375495 . Sweden Tel: +46 552-411 50 Fax: +46 552-411 73 E-mail: ab. P.agricultural plastics reycling in Norway 36 .O. Manager Sales & Business Development Dieselstraat 22. Dipl. 6-7 B E-28020 Madrid.email@example.com www.
au .de .coordinates a plastics recycling program with the Walwa Landcare group in Victoria territory Plastics and Chemicals Industries Association Ian Swann Level 2.de tel: +49 208-30004-49 fax: +49 208-30004-68 email: firstname.lastname@example.org web site: www. Polymer Technology Center Northwestern University 1801 Maple Avenue Evanston.gov.gov.co. Klementina Khait Director.ca 37 .au EcoRecycle Victoria Kevin Mooney Project Manager .au www.478 Albert St.qc.au www. IL 60201-3140 USA Tel: (847) 491-2742 Fax: (847) 467-5723 Email: kkhait@northwestern..Q. Australia Tel: +61 3 9429 0670 Fax: +61 3 9429 0690 Email: iswann@pacia. P.agric. 3002 Tel: +61 03 9653 6925 Fax: +61 03 9639 3077 Email: kmooney@ecorecycle. email@example.com and energy recovery from plastics Australia Western Australia Dept.co.au/ North Eastern Victoria Region Waste Council Jennie Hermiston PO Box 132 Ivanhoe.wa.gov.: +43(1)7207001 Fax: +43(1)7207001-40 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Victoria 3079. Western Australia 6231 Australia Tel: 097 25 5218 Fax: 097 25 4136 Email: email@example.com..gov. Austria Tel.pacia.dagosto@mesar. Becancour. Victoria 3121.qc.at/okk/ . Of Agriculture Bill Smart Box 1231 Bunbury.edu .: (819) 294-6120 (poste 222) fax: (819) 294-6123 email: nicolina. Raoul-Duchesne.at http://www. 263 Mary Street. East Melbourne Vic. G9H 2V2 tel.Österreichischer Kunststoff Kreislauf AG Handelskai 388 / Top 841 A-1020 Vienna.okk. Richmond. Uwe Birk Innovation Relay Centre North Rhine-Westphalia ZENIT GmbH Dohne 54 D-45468 Muelheim an der Ruhr http://www.involved with the development of a code of practice for collecting film from farmers and funding of a washing plant to process plastics Dr.Dr. Australia Tel: +61 3 9499 7831 Fax:+ 61 3 9499 7841 Email: jennie.source of information on ag plastics recycling in Germany ÖKK .zenit.Market Development Level 2 .org.report on new technology for recycling agricultural waste Reports Plastic Recycling in Quebec Consultants MESAR inc.au .Formation et Integration de gestion environnementale 6500.
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