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2703, 2020

MedRecycler has technology which is environmentally sustainable and economically viable

March 27th, 2020|News|0 Comments

Over the years many things have been allowed by the government because there were no other viable solutions. Medical Waste is something that has gone from being a known problem with incinerators to a hidden problem continuing to fill our landfills with completely recognizable medical waste which often times has not been properly treated. One of our goals at MedRecycler is to educate the public so you can make an informed choice. Our technology has been successfully operating in other applications for over thirty years processing waste. MedRecycler has technology which is environmentally sustainable and economically viable. The Pyrolysis technology operates at 1,500°F, [...]

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