Organic Waste Recycling labels
Organic waste remains after the lifecycle of plants or animals has ended. In nature this matter biodegrades into nutrient rich matter that acts as fertilizer for other plants. When people mix organic waste for decomposition, we call it composting. Organic waste can also be recycled through a process called rendering. Inedible parts of animals including the carcass are turned into new products. Recycling organic waste is different than recycling other materials. For instance an aluminum can gets recycled back into the raw material, aluminum. In turn that aluminum can become another aluminum can, siding, a chair or even a stadium. Whereas organic waste becomes a nutrient rich matter that can be used to fertilize plants, make animal feed or form biodiesel. Most importantly, organic waste must be separated from other waste streams to avoid contamination. Herein lies the reason for organic waste recycling labels.
These labels get used in the collection of food waste and yard waste. The materials will be composted into soil aggregate. We carry a variety of stock labels for this purpose.
Inedible labels get used at butcher shops, meat plants and slaughter houses. Their use is intended to separate animal products that can not be sold to the consumer. We bulk print and stock Inedible decals however labels with company name and contact information are far more popular. Many times they can be printed cheaper too.
Grease and Cooking Oil Collection Stickers
Restaurants, farms and grocery stores produce a large amount of grease, kitchen oil, and proteins. The collection and recycling of these items are big business. While we don’t have any stock items directed toward this market, however we produce thousands of custom decals annually for customers across the country.