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www.foamfacts.com/recycling

Foam recycling and disposal centers in our country are increasing. Find polystyrene foam recycling centers near you with our interactive map. Foam recycling is often mistakenly referred to as Styrofoam® recycling.

recyclenation.com/2011/05/stuck-styrofoam-recycle-styrofoam

Stuck with a Bunch of Styrofoam? Here’s How to Recycle Styrofoam! The petroleum-based foam is detrimental to the environment and clogs up landfills fast, so reuse when you can! What’s white and insulating and airy all over? You guessed it: ...

www.homeforfoam.com/foam-101/foam-recycling-centers

Use the map to find a foam recycle center near you. The map features drop-off foam recycle centers and curbside foam recycling options. To navigate the map, click and drag your cursor or use the arrows to the left.

www.wikihow.com/Recycle-Styrofoam

To recycle Styrofoam, call your local recycling program to find a drop-off site for Styrofoam in your area. Check with local grocery stores as well since some of them, especially Publix, have Styrofoam drop-offs available. You can also set up your own local program if there aren’t any others available.

www.styrorecycle.com

Styro Recycle offers an affordable Pickup Service for your business to help you manage and recycle your styrene foam. We are committed to reducing the amount of foam waste entering into Washington's landfills. Our goal is to provide businesses with superior service and convenience.

livegreen.recyclebank.com/.../can-i-recycle-styrofoam

Foamed polystyrene, sometimes called Styrofoam, is rarely recycled and can sit in a landfill for centuries. Learn more about how to make your Lifestyle sustainable with Recyclebank. Earn Recyclebank points by recycling and taking green actions and use points for rewards, and towards sustainable green products on One Twine.

www.styrorecycle.com/index.php/what-we-accept

We can’t just recycle anything we need to recycle the right stuff, see what we accept.

earth911.com/recycling-guide/how-to-recycle-packing-peanuts

How to Recycle Packing Peanuts. The packing peanuts (you may know them as “popcorn”) used to protect shipped materials from damage are made of expanded polystyrene (EPS), which most of us mistakenly confuse with the Dow Chemical Company trademarked name Styrofoam. Unfortunately, you can’t “un-expand” foam plastic, and that limits the ...

ecycler.com/2010/12/26/yes-you-can-recycle-styrofoam

Home > friends of ecycler, materials, recycle > Yes! You Can Recycle Styrofoam! Yes! You Can Recycle Styrofoam! December 26th, 2010 tim Leave a comment Go to comments ...

www.yelp.com/biz/styro-recycle-kent

8 reviews of Styro Recycle "I am a big recycling fan and would always break my heart throwing Styrofoam in the trash knowing it would end up in the landfill forever. I did a google search and found this place. It's so easy too, you bring your…