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NORA Member Valicor’s Product Destruction Technology Helps Reduce Landfill Waste

Wednesday, September 23, 2015  
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DEXTER, Mich. -- Valicor, an environmental services company that specializes in fluid recovery and regeneration, announces technological advances in product destruction that allow the company to recycle and reuse consumer packages and goods. The new technology is available in the St. Louis, Mo. and Franklin, Ohio facilities, and will reduce landfill byproduct, helping companies that handle consumer products repurpose their unwanted materials.

“This new technology gives our customers the confidence that their product is being handled in a safe and secure manner,” said Todd Pees, Product Manager at Valicor. “It gives their product life beyond its original intent while repurposing it in a way that will reduce landfill waste and have a positive impact on the environment.”

Valicor now has the ability to repurpose the waste from food and beverage products, along with consumer products like soap and detergents. The container and contents of the consumer products are recycled into a new reusable product and repurposed for use with another company. By repurposing the waste from these consumer products, the amount of material destined for a landfill is reduced. Space that may have been used for a landfill can then be used for other purposes.

The product destruction technology is strategically located in the St. Louis market. Valicor will soon be opening a new facility in Monroe, Ohio. Their centralized locations give Valicor and its fleet the ability to cover product destruction needs throughout the United States. Valicor also plans to expand coverage into the Chicago, Ill., market within the year.

SOURCE: Valicor


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