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KW Plastics Recycling

279 Pike County Lake Road
Troy, AL 36079
United States
Phone: 334-566-1563
Fax: 334-566-1415
www.kwplastics.com

Originally published May 19, 2014, in Plastics News. Some data may have been updated.
(P)=Publicly Held        N.A.=Not available
Recycling volume represents total number of pounds sold, comprising plastics reprocessed in-house as well as brokered materials.
All information was provided by the companies, except where otherwise indicated.
* Midpoint of a company-provided range
** Company-provided estimate
E Plastics News and industry estimates. These figures were not provided by the company.
Ranking 2
Top Recycling Official Scott Saunders
General manager
Plastics Reprocessed Volume (millions lbs.)
Most Recent Year 570
Previous Year 530
Total Volume (millions lbs.)
Most Recent Year N.A.
Breakout of Recycling volume 100% reprocessing in-house
0% brokered
87% post-consumer
13% post-industrial
Processes/Services Washing
Grinding
Repelletizing
Compounding
Materials bought or sold HDPE
PP

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