Commercial Recycling

Midwest Fiber Recycling works with your business to customize programs that meet regulatory requirements, reduce waste, and serve to better the environment.

Whether you recycle cardboard, plastic, office paper, or metal, Midwest Fiber Recycling has a solution for you!

Large Commercial/Industrial Recycling

Midwest Fiber Recycling understands that large commercial and industrial sites will have unique waste streams and often a rotating generation of materials within those sites. We have worked to find solutions for everyone from food additive manufacturers to seed plants to the retail distribution centers and beyond. This is why we offer professional waste assessments that: identify the materials generated and their generation points, detail current processes and procedures, outline current costs, and offer solutions to recycle these materials. Waste assessments can improve your bottom line while growing your green footprint.

Here are just a few of the unique items we handle:

  • Agricultural Seed Packs/Agricultural Seed Bags
  • Poly-lined Kraft Bags
  • Super Sacks
  • Stretch Film
  • Butt Rolls
  • Crates
  • Slip Sheets
  • Plastic Skids
  • Banding/ Strapping
  • B.S.
  • Litho Plates
  • Corrugated Plastic
  • And more!!

Contact us today to learn more about Business Recycling or to schedule your Waste Assessment:

(800) 779-6977

Financial Benefits of Recycling

There is money in recycling.

There is also a financial benefit for communities that recycle because there will be reduced costs of waste disposal or recycling. Do you think recycling is expensive? Consider these facts: aluminum cans are the most valuable item in your bin. Recycling aluminum cans helps fund the entire curbside collection. It’s the only packaging material that more than covers the cost of collection and reprocessing for itself.

Done on a nationwide scale, recycling has a huge impact on the economy regarding jobs, energy cost reduction, and resources conservation. Lately, as the price of oil increases, people have become more aware of the huge impact of recycling, particularly in reducing plastic waste material coming from the bottled water and beverage industry.

Businesses that recycle can reap the following for their recycling efforts:

  • Reduced disposal costs
  • Reduced costs for office supplies (disposable cups, utensils, etc.)
  • Revenue from the sale of collected recycles from Midwest Fiber Recycling
  • A positive company and community image

Reference Links:

Study Confirms the Financial Benefits of Recycling

Financial Benefits of Being Green

Do the Benefits of Recycling Outweigh the Costs?

Commercial Recycling