Correct Building Products expands recycling to include jobsite scrap
Correct Building Products (CBP), announced a pilot program to collect jobsite scrap, complementing its already active recycling program.
CBP produces composite decking made from recycled materials that can be recycled again.
CorrectDeck composite decking is made from 80% recycled ingredients such as waste sawdust, recycled plastic and polypropylene recycled materials. CBP harvests scrap from local lumber yards as well as collects polypropylene bins from retailers and post offices.
The manufacturing plant recycles and reprocesses all manufacturing scrap at the factory, meaning all downfall is recycled. There are no emissions and zero manufacturing waste.
All CorrectDeck products are also completely recyclable as a finished product, free of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and can be safely incinerated. CorrectDeck products are also printed with their resource content “60 Wood/ 40 PP” to make future recycling easier.
The company will also be instituting a scrap recycling program to make efficient use of waste produced on job sites. Recyclable materials include decking, railings and even installation sawdust. The test program includes a recycling container located outside CorrectDeck’s largest dealer, Hancock Lumber.