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Film Plastic (business only)

Many businesses in the U.S. collect plastic film, such as pallet wrap and product overwrap, in the back-of-house. And many retailers provide front-of-house recycling bins to collect post-consumer plastic film from their customers.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF COLLECTION POST-COMMERCIAL OR POST-CONSUMER FILM?

  • Many businesses have sustainability goals. Recycling post-commercial film can help your business get closer to meeting those goals.
  • If you don’t recycle post-commercial film, you have to landfill it, which costs money. Recycling plastic film can help offset tipping fees. Check out Plastic Film Recycling's calculator to see how much money you could save.
  • There are markets for recycled polyethylene (PE) plastic film. Other companies use this material to create new products like composite lumber and new bags.

Hours listed on this page may change without notice.

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Locations

Pacific Sanitation

590 Caletti Ave
Windsor, CA 95492

NotesDrop-off, pickup and fee: loose plastic construction sheeting and stretch film.

Republic Services/Industrial Carting

3911 Santa Rosa Ave.
Santa Rosa, CA 95407

NotesPickup: baled plastic stretch film only.

Super Link Plastic, Inc.

888 92nd Ave.
Oakland, CA 94603

NotesPickup: all kinds of plastic bags, call first with description.