PlastiCycle Corporation
HDPE Pipe Recycling PlastiCycle Corporation is the premier plastic recycler in the U.S. recycling used or obsolete HDPE/HMWPE PIPE. We currently have programs set up for recycling all types of pipe scrap from various industries including dredging, irrigation, natural gas, water, sand & gravel and many others. PlastiCycle can handle trimmings, cut-offs, and pipe in lengths from just a few feet up to 50 feet. PlasiCycle can set up programs were we will send in our own equipment to haul off your waste or we can accept deliveries on flat-bed trailers, vans, dump trucks and push out trailers. PlastiCycle has been recycling HDPE scrap pipe for over 13 years and we recycle upwards of 10 million pounds annually of pipe waste. Turn your unwanted scrap into cash today. Let us help you with your pipe cleanup. We service nationwide. Call today at 914-997-6882! PlastiCycle Corporation- Nashville, TN & White Plains, NY tlennon@plasticycle.com www.plasticycle.com ** We sell used HDPE SDR 17 12” Pipe. 50’ lengths. Excellent Condition. Pipe available f.o.b. Nashville, TN **

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5801 Centennial Blvd
Nashville, TN 37209
United States
Phone: 914-997-6882

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