As landfill capacity continues to decline, it’s clear there is a social necessity and responsibility to recycle and reuse carpet – an effort that has the power to not only positively impact our environment by minimizing greenhouse gases and conserving valuable energy, but also our economy by creating green jobs and reducing waste management tax rates incurred by improper carpet disposal. That’s why our mission at CarpetCycle is a simple one: find uses for post-consumer carpet and divert a valuable non-degradable, non-renewable resource from landfills. Since our inception, in 1999, we’ve propelled this mission by providing services to safely remove, collect and recycle carpet and post-consumer building materials (including ceiling tiles, gypsum wallboard, fluorescent lights and VCT floor tile). Today, more than 200-million pounds of diverted carpet later, we continue to prove the true meaning of building green. Servicing the Eastern Seaboard from Washington, D.C. to Maine, we look forward to taking our mission to the next level with innovative recycling technologies to preserve the future of our planet.
CarpetCycle's newest venture Quiet-Tech, is a great product that achieves closing the recycling loop. Quiet-Tech is a recycled acoustic insulation product made up of 85-90% recycled materials. Quiet-Tech: Sound attenuation batts are designed and manufactured in New Jersey (within 10 miles of New York City) using a blend of recycled carpet, recyced cotton and PET fibers that perform excellently as an acoustic insulator. Quiet-Tech recycled acoustic insulation is a great "green" product.
|Company Name||CarpetCycle Canada|
|Business Category||Tire and Rubber Recycling|
|Address||360 West 1st Ave|
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