How to avoid the waste of fish foam box resources in coastal areas?

In the coastal areas of Washington, Massachusetts, Maine, and Alaska in the United States, fishing is very developed, with more than 5000 people engaged in fishing in each state. After fishmongers catch the fish up, they will be transported to all parts of the United States, or be exported worldwide. In the process of transportation, the foam fish box is the secret to keep the fish fresh. However, because the cost of reuse is too high, the foam fish box can only be used for a single time so that most of the used foam boxes are treated like garbage. Therefore, foam recycling is very necessary to avoid the waste of fish boxes.

However, due to the wet, odorous, or size different characteristics of the foam fish box, the difficulty of foam recycling is enhanced, resulting in its unpopularity in some foam recycling centers. Consequently, although some fish merchants have the idea of foam recycling, they do not know how to deal with these foam fish boxes. And to reduce the space occupied by waste fish boxes, they had to use traditional methods to pay for disposing of them, which causes these foam fish boxes to go to the landfill as garbage. In fact, as long as there is foam recycling equipment, fish producers can manage these fish boxes themselves.

The operation of such a powerful foam recycling machine is very simple, you only need to throw the fish box into the machine, press three buttons, and then the machine will run automatically. When the operation is over, the foam fish box will become a compacted foam block, which will save more storage and transportation space.

Generally, because of the high water content of the fish box, a foam compactor that uses cold-press foam recycling technology is the most suitable equipment for processing fish boxes. If you use a hot-melt foam densifier, it will not only generate the peculiar smell but also consume the machine.

In short, foam recycling is a matter that cannot be underestimated. We should not let go of any material that can be recovered, especially the fish box every one of us would contact.