Ag Plastics Flyer
Recycling Drip Tape and Mulch Films
Recycling Pots and Trays at Farmers Markets
Black Mulch Film and Drip Tape
Pots and Flats
Recycling Pesticide Containers
Questions the Recyclers Will Ask
Recycling Nursery Containers
Key Points for a Successful Recycling Program
What Happens at a Recycling Facility
Over 3,400 tons of ag plastics recycled in NC!
Recycle your plant pots and trays at Robert G. Shaw Piedmont Triad Farmers Market, Colfax.
Drip Tape can be recycled, only if collected separately from the dirty mulch films.
Recycle plant pots and trays at Raleigh State Farmers Market!
All NC Recyclers
Click here to see all the NC recyclers that will take different used ag plastics. Call first.
Accept Overwintering Film
Call a recycler now to take your hoop house film, before you get too busy this spring.
Accept Unsorted Containers
Too costly to sort your nursery containers by plastic type. Stack as densely as possible.
Accept Sorted Containers
If your nursery containers are the same plastic type - the logo changed and you cannot use them?
Accept Growing Media Bags
Got your growing media bags stacked on a pallet? Click here and find out who will take them.
Accept Drip Tape
These recyclers will take drip tape only. Click here to find contact information to arrange recyclying.
Accept Black Mulch Film and Drip Tape
It's easier to roll up your black mulch film with drip tape. Don't have truckload quantities? Ask WRP about consolidation