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August 26, 2014
Cleveland's Buckeye Industries is taking Styrofoam in all its forms and recycling it into denser foam that can be used for crown moulding and other consumer products.
"It’s useful, it’s cheap and it’ll be around for hundreds of years. But a nonprofit organization in the Cleveland area will take polystyrene — brand named Styrofoam — and turn it into what they see as three facets of good. Buckeye Industries has many recycling efforts in the Greater Cleveland Area but the location in Eastlake collects the plastic foam for free, something rare to find." -- Devon Turchan, the [OH] News-Herald