Clean and environmentally friendly

There is still false information circulating about molded foams and the ozone layer.
EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) has never container or produced either of the two compounds (CFCs and HCFCs) responsible for ozone depletion. In fact, our molded or cut foams are a clean & non-toxic material and are 100% recyclable.


The characteristics most people associate with EPS would be strength, insulation properties, light weight and superior cushioning. Let’s not forget that equally important is that EPS can be recycled and reused in several different ways.
We, Schaumaplast, are committed to recycling and furthermore in creating products which can be re-used – we are contributing to source reduction efforts, lessening the need for raw materials, reducing landfill space requirements and lowering product costs for manufacturers and consumers. We do take our commitment to the environment, manufacturing and product-safety very seriously.

Philosophies that Schaumaplast stands by for the environment

Designing an efficient product that utilizes as little material as possible while still maintaining functuality, EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) is a sensible choice because of its performance and environmental advantages. Through source reduction, we minimize solid waste and reducing fuel consumption during transportation –LETS REDUCE.

EPS is an excellent material for recycling. The most common method of recycling EPS packaging is through a re-grind process down to the bead level. The re-ground material can be re-manufactured back into recycled content foam packaging or in various durable polystyrene products– ranging from coat hangers to office materials – LET’S REUSE.

To recycle your EPS you can contact us or to locate the nearest EPS foam packaging collection site visit The Alliance of Foam Packaging Recyclers web site at Recycle EPS foam – LETS RECYCLE. It is our part of the package.

Recycle EPS foam - It is our part of the package!
Thank you for helping us to preserve the environment!



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