Hatboro-based Clean Earth Records Significant Increase in Aerosol Can Recycling

Clean Earth, the Hatboro-based specialty waste company, has seen an increase in aerosol can recycling and is expecting to reach 13M processed cans by year-end. Image via Facebook.

Clean Earth, the Hatboro-based specialty waste company, has recorded a significant increase in aerosol can recycling, writes DeAnne Toto for the Recycling Today.

So far this year, the company’s Clean Earth Aerosol Recycling System has processed close to 1 million cans each month, and expects to reach 13 million by the end of the year.

This represents an 85 percent increase compared to 2015. Additionally, it has also already surpassed its record year in 2017.

The company credits this success to its continued compliance with universal waste regulations along with its health and safety initiatives. It also has a one-of-a-kind recycling system technology that is specifically designed to service all industries that produce aerosol.

“It’s exciting to have bypassed one of our core company goals this year for the Aerosol Recycling System, which was the processing of 11.4 million aerosol cans, by millions to reach this milestone today,” said Clean Earth Vice President of Operations Hector Sanchez.

He added that the company’s mission for Clean Earth’s aerosol services aligns with its goals for sustainability, “to ultimately go green as a company and for zero components to end up in a landfill.”

Read more about Clean Earth at the Recycling Today by clicking here.

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