Much of the plastic we put in the blue bin is not being recycled.
After China's ban on recyclables, municipalities struggle to find sustainable outlets for plastic waste.
As part of the solution, Resinate is building the circular economy at a local level.
Arizona Fall Fest is next!
Join us on November 2nd for a spectacular Fall Fest with over 200 vendors and 30,000 attendees at Margaret T. Hance Park! There are literally hundreds of reasons to come, including amazing food at good prices and live music, but FYI, Resinate will be there to collect containers, shred plastic on-site, and showcase our products to our community. Hope to see you there!
Internship and Volunteer Opportunities
We have a strong and growing team of volunteers who work with us to learn and impact global sustainability
by building the circular economy at a local level. Click the link below to join us.
💪 Do it
Let's be honest...
Recycling shouldn't be a mystery, and less of our plastic should go to waste. We're part of a new, circular economic system that will help the economy work economically and environmentally better. We use plastic waste generated by local businesses and consumers to create modern products designed to last and to be recycled again.
We’ve all heard the news about plastic pollution in the ocean, and some organizations are out there cleaning it up, but the truth is, that won't cure the problem. That's because there is no single "cure," to the problem, but Resinate is doing something productive with this so-called waste material here in landlocked Arizona, where plastic waste is often thrown into landfills, incinerators, and sometimes shipped overseas for processing or disposal methods that often lead to oceanic pollution. Part of the solution to the global plastic pollution is creating economically productive outlets for the plastic waste that people dispose of. What's better than recycling? Reusing! We upcycle or "reuse" this plastic material to create our products, which retains more of the material's value and locally builds the circular economy. It's important to clean up the mess in the ocean, and Resinate is helping to keep that mess contained.