Abingdon, VA -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/08/2015 -- When commercial companies have an excess of expired or unsellable products in their warehouses and inventories, Dynamic Recycling LLC assists in helping manage recycling efforts. With a proven process and many benefits, the company is effectively lowering disposal costs through their industrial product recycling. Their cost-effective procedure for disposal of ethanol and related products will recycle energy-containing products to create renewable fuel.
Their services aid a variety of industries, most notably consumer goods distributors and reverse logistics companies. When it comes to industrial products, the technicians are able to fully dispose of cleaners, SD alcohols, gel fuels, preservatives, antiseptics, chemical manufacturing waste, and more. Coupled with the lowered disposal costs, commercial industries that need to rid themselves of industrial goods will see reduced risk and liability, as well as eliminate the warehousing costs associated with unsaleable products.
Disposal costs are cut as the company has their own transportation fleet that delivers all recyclables to a distilled plant where products are sorted. Dynamic Recycling LLC will take control of the product from start to finish, ensuring that energy is conserved and wastewater is recovered at the most affordable price for disposal.
Their industrial and ethanol disposal is completed using the greenest process in the industry, and customers receive the highest level of customer service as their unsellable products are destroyed and turned into renewable energy with complete confidentiality. The company is expanding and is anticipating the opening of a new plant in Bristol, TN. Once the plumbing and wiring is completed at the tank farm, their capabilities will be increased by 200%. Inquire further about their recycling by contacting the company today.
About Dynamic Recycling LLC
Dynamic Recycling LLC is a part of the family of MXI companies located in Abingdon VA. The company was formed in 2013 with the intentions of taking over all ethanol and alcohol recycling programs. Upon construction, all operations and administration will move out from under MXI Environmental Services and be transferred to the new plant in Bristol, Tennessee. The plant is expected to begin operating in the Summer of 2015.
For more information about their services, please visit http://www.ethanolrecycling.com/