November 12-14, 2018
Historic Charleston DoubleTree

181 Church Street
Charleston, SC 29401

Exhibit Hall Opens Tuesday November 13 at 10:30 am
Ends Wednesday November 14 at 1:15 pm

Exhibit Hall Layout


Caraustar Industries, Inc. Is one of North America’s largest integrated manufacturers of 100% recycled paperboard and converted paperboard products. We operate 20 recycling plants and 13 100% recycled paper mills across the United States. Caraustar is headquartered in Austell, GA and has been in business since 1938. Caraustar’s Recycling division purchases cardboard, sorted office paper, mixed paper, newspaper, tubes and cores, books, roll stock, pulp, obsolete inventory, plastics and many other commodities. Our mills consume over 1 million tons of recovered fiber per year and our plants and brokerage group handles an additional 1.9 million tons per year. Booth #16

The Carolina Recycling Association (CRA) is a non-profit organization established to advance waste reduction and recycling in the Carolinas. The CRA supports a community of industry stakeholders - multi-national corporations, small businesses, local government, state government agencies, colleges & universities, and individuals across the Carolinas who are committed to waste reduction and recycling efforts. With over 300 member organizations (over 1000 individuals), the CRA is ever growing and changing to benefit our members and the recycling industry. Find out more about CRA’s work and how to join at www.cra-recycle.orgBooth #19

Coastal Wire Company is the premier provider of wire products to the recycling and galvanizing industries and continues to innovate in the manufacture of fully-annealed, high-strength baling, tying and specialty wire products.  Coastal Wire has over 40 years of manufacturing experience and owns and operates two steel wire draw mils as well as strategically positioning and stocking six warehouses for easy shipping to the entire U.S. markets.  Coastal Wire also manufactures parts for wire tiers along with service covering the entire nation.  For the absolute best quality wire whether it being Black Annealed or Galvanized give Coastal Wire a try.  American Manufacturer using American steel!  Booth #8-9

Herbold's Meckesheim has been manufacturing high quality and durable machinery for four generations with a reputation of excellent value. Here in our North American Headquarters we specialize in the design and installation of systems for the recycling of manufacturing scrap, recycling of mixed post-consumer or industrial plastics. Our size reduction products include shredders, granulators, fine grinders and pulverizers. Wash line systems include de-baling, screening, washing, dewatering and drying components to meet a variety of bottle and film applications.  Booth #4

Machinex offers complete engineering design, manufacturing and installation of Material Recycling Facilities. As a leader in sorting technologies, Machinex provides turnkey systems: Single-Stream, Mixed Waste Processing, Construction & Demolition, Commercial and Industrial Waste, front-end processing for Waste-to-Energy plants. The company also offers a full range of high-quality recycling equipment such as Optical Sorters, Ballistic Separator, Disc Screens Separators, Sorting Robot, Balers, Trommels, conveyors and more. Over the years, Machinex experts have designed and installed over 350 turnkey facilities in partnership with leading MRFs in North America and Northern Europe. Booth #10

MetalTech Systems is a designer, manufacturer and installer of complete solid waste recovery systems. We offer complete systems from a very basic single pick line to completely automated sorting systems including material sizing, optical and magnetic sorting, materials identification and automated material handling for C&D, Single Stream, Multi-Stream and RDF. www.metaltechsystems.comBooth #3

Natur-Tec® manufactures Natur-Bag® compostable liners and Natur-Ware® biobased and compostable cutlery. Natur-Bag liners are used for the collection of food scraps and other organic waste for home, community and industry composting. Natur-Ware cutlery is made from annually renewable resources, using 96% less carbon than cutlery from traditional plastics enabling you to reduce your carbon footprint. Both Natur-Bag and Natur-Ware are certified compostable by the BPI and will integrate seamlessly in zero-ware and organic diversion programs. Booth #7

Pratt Recycling is a subsidiary of Pratt Industries, the fifth largest corrugated packaging company in the USA and the world’s largest, privately-held 100% recycled paper and packaging company. Pratt Recycling Division is a full-service recycler with 16 recycling facilities. Pratt uses the paper products collected in the production of its 100% recycled content paper and packaging solutions. Their mission is to create sustainable recycling solutions for their customers that maximize waste diversion, create cost savings and revenue stream for valuable recyclables previously landfilled, all the while, minimizing the environmental impact by preserving natural resources for future generations. recycle.prattindustries.comBooth #1-2

SCS Engineers, founded in 1970 with 64 offices, has project experience on 6 continents. SCS was ranked in the Top 100 Solid Waste and Recycling Firms by ENR and is ranked second for environmental engineering. SCS’s first project was landfill to gas development in 1981 and has since worked on over 2,000 such projects with public and private companies. Our teaming partner, Green Worldwide, is a renewable energy development company focused on an efficient and proprietary waste-to-energy technology: Thermal Catalytic Oxidation. Boasting a 20 year track record, the system cleanly and efficiently recovers latent energy from plastics, tires, biomass, MSW, and more. Booth #17

The Recycling Market Development staff at the South Carolina Department of Commerce provides business matchmaking support, administers one-on-one materials management consultation, works with existing and emerging markets for materials, and tracks the economic impact of the recycling industry. Recycling is a green growth industry in South Carolina, home to over 500 recycling companies including collectors, processors, recycled product manufacturers and equipment makers. The economic impact of recycling now exceeds $13 billion. In the last 5 years, Commerce helped facilitate the recycling industry recruitment of 2477 jobs, $1,129 million in capital investment, and 42 new or existing companies investing in South Carolina.

Your Bottle Means Jobs is an initiative of the Carolinas Plastics Recycling Council (CPRC), a joint effort in NC/SC to increase plastic bottle recycling. The CPRC launched the Your Bottle Means Jobs campaign to get more of the six billion plastic bottles discarded each year in the Carolinas back into the production cycle. More than 60 companies process and manufacture recycled bottle plastics to go back into bottles, strapping, film, fiber and new consumer products, employing over 3,500 people in both states. The campaign’s call to action is “If every household in the Carolinas recycled just two more bottles a week, we could create an additional 300 jobs!”

Booth #11-12

South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control Booth #13-14

The Tennessee Recycling Coalition (TRC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to promoting recycling and sustainable materials management practices in the state. We are a coalition of many industries, companies and individuals networked together to raising recycling as the standard in Tennessee. TRC works in partnership with the local, state, and federal governments to provide resources, education and outreach for the recycling message. We are proud of our accomplishments and strongly support the manufacturing industries in Tennessee through our partnership messages. These messages promote high-quality feedstock that fuels their manufacturing.  Booth #20

US EPA, Region 4 serves the eight Southeastern States. To accomplish our mission to protect human health and the environment, our group supports dialogue among all recycling stakeholders, funds projects that improve sustainability, develops tools to help decision-makers better manage materials and educates the public on environmental solutions.  Booth #15

WEIMA offers size reduction machinery for the waste-to-energy market that can be integrated into RDF lines for reliable pre-shredding or secondary shredding. These robust rotors can process a wide variety of input materials while resisting foreign objects that are often found in waste streams. WEIMA’s North American headquarters is located in Fort Mill, South Carolina, and serves the wood, paper, plastics, metal, and nonwovens industries as well. We want you to benefit from our decades of innovation and experience!  Booth #6

Westrock has created one of the largest chain-of-custody certified fiber procurement organizations in the industry and our products are made with renewable and recyclable materials. We are an integral part of the entire life cycle of the material process. WestRock Recycling is one of the largest integrated recyclers in North America and a national recycling partner delivering winning solutions and helping our clients achieve their recycling and sustainability goals. Some of the recycling services we provide:

      • Recovered Material Brokerage Services
      • Recyclables Processing Services
      • Strategic Customer Management Services Booth #5

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