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Disposal & Recycling

Plastic mulch removal from the field after crop harvest involves high labor and cost. There are only a handful of agricultural plastic recyclers that will accept plastic mulch, and disposal in landfills can be costly as mulch weight can be doubled due to soil and other contaminants.

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Disposal & Recycling Resources

  • Location PO Box 38070 Tallahassee, FL  32315 Contact 850.558.0627 gene@fieldcleanflorida.com Website http://fieldcleanflorida.com/ What they accept Plastic mulch Fee Free How long in business >30 years...
  • Location 90 W. Orange St. Avon Park, FL 33825 Contact 863.657.0522 joe@flagplastics.com Website http://www.flagplastics.com/ What they accept Plastic mulch, drip tape and silage plastic Fee...
  • Location State Road 80 Labelle Fl 33935 Contact 305.525.8652 Info@recypoly.com Website http://recypoly.com What they accept Plastic mulch and drip tape Fee Free How long in...
  • Location 8801 Frazier Pike Little Rock, Arkansas 72206 Contact 501.490.0395 Fax: 501.490.0347 Website http://www.deltaplastics.com What they accept Agricultural plastic: polytube, drip tape, plastic mulch, silage bags,...
  • Location 3840 East 26th Street Vernon, CA 90058 Contact 800.996.2247 831.596.2553 (Salinas) Website http://encore-recycling.com/ What they accept Agricultural plastic: plastic mulch, drip tape, greenhouse plastic...
This list was compiled by WSU Vegetable Research & Extension Program Graduate Student Shuresh Ghimire.

Contact us if you know of additional disposers or recyclers of agricultural plastic and/or biodegradable mulches.