CALGARY, Aug. 15, 2018 /BOE/ – Rundle Eco Services Ltd (“Rundle”) is pleased to announce their 2017 stock has sold out and a forward order position for their 2018 inventory has been established. “Our recycling model has proven a success,” announced Mike Rutherford, President of Rundle Eco Services Ltd.”One C-Ring at a time,” chuckled Mr. Rutherford, “that’s another 20,000 lbs of plastic we’re keeping out of Albertan landfills and seeing recycled into lawn chairs and flower pots.”
Rundle just celebrated it’s first year of business and with the markets the team has established around the world, “we can say with confidence we recycle 100% of the waste plastic we collect, ” said Mr. Rutherford. “We offer a cost effective green solution verses disposal.” This includes clean formatted Linear Low Density Polyethylene (LLDPE), High Density Polyethylene (HDPE), Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS), Expanded Polystyrene (EPS), and High Impact Polystyrene (HIPS). “Nothing goes into a landfill,” added Mr. Rutherford.
That’s more than 50,000 cubic meters! Additionally, it takes more than 1,000 years to decompose and will cause environmental issues for future generations.
Rundle Eco Services Ltd. offers end users an alternative to landfills. Our service is more economical and we substantially reduce the impact on the environment. China’s recent abrupt policy change of not importing 50-80% of the world’s recycled plastic caused significant turmoil in the world recycling market. Landfill owners/operators recognize this issue and are becoming more hesitant to accept these type of plastics. Despite this, Rundle displayed an amazing ability to find a market for its recycled plastic. Rundle could not do it without the companies that see common ground in Rundle’s vision of a greener, cleaner Alberta.
For further information contact please feel free to contact: Mike, Greg, Richard, Mike, or Kevin – at Rundleco.com
About Rundle Eco Services Ltd.
Rundle Eco Services Ltd. was formed in August 2017 with the focus to recycle frac pond and pit liners used in the oil and gas industry. Annually, over 5,000,000 lbs of Frac Pond and Pit Liner used during the drilling season must be disposed of, either to pollute a Land Fill for a few centuries or to be Recycled for future use. The Land Fill option is easy but getting more and more expensive, finding new markets for clean recycled Liners is more complicated and much more difficult but we think it’s the better option; it’s our choice and we’re successful at it. We harvest Liners of any thickness, provided the Liners are clean and free of contamination, on site using our field equipment. Once collected we process the Liners using the Rundle method to produce a clean recyclable plastic. Our Recycled plastic then re-enters the market supply chain as a feed stock used in the manufacture of recycled plastic products such as furniture, roof tiles, bricks, fence posts, flower pots and railway ties. Rundle serves the Western portion of the WCSB with hubs in Edson and Grande Prairie and is looking to expand services to Dawson Creek.Join us in a cleaner greener future!
SOURCE Rundle Eco Services Ltd.