A DC that serves a chain of retail stores was storing large numbers of damaged tote boxes and crates. They contacted RMI in order to dispose of the useless items, free up storage, and generate income. Even though the crates contained metal hinges--a contaminant--RMI managed to establish a recycling program that paid the distribution center for the damaged crates.

During a subsequent plant visit, RMI questioned the company's handling of stretch film waste. Tests are currently being conducted to determine the quantity of film being thrown away. We expect further significant reduction of disposal fees upon implementation of a stretch film recycling program.

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