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Monday, May 14, 2018

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During recent meetings about Leigh Fibers, textile waste processing company in Spartanburg, SC, I learned quite a lot about the challenges of the recycling industry. Nothing is easy when you are dealing with junk.

You do realize that the cheaper virgin materials are, the less like likely industries are to recycle or buy recycled products? For example, when oil is cheap, the interest in recycling used polypropylene drops through the trapdoor.

That is just one of the many depressing facts I learned in our 17th floor conference room.

But, honoring the delightful signage on the factory floor that a decade ago gave me Sort Quench, and Dump, I gathered a few other random phrases from the arcane world of recycling and manufacturing, always looking for interesting titles. Titles for what? That remains to be seen.
These are what I came with. I welcome your comments, and favorites.

SCRAP CONNECTIONS

PULPING CRIMPING STAPLE CUTTING

A NON-TRIVIAL PROBLEM

ZERO TO LANDFILL

LENGTH BEFORE DEGASSING

TRANSVERSE FISSURES

2 comments:

Mickey and Flea said...

Transverse Fissures!

Here's our collection: Tales from the Hood

Rebecca Rice said...

I, too, love "Transverse Fissures." It sounds positively philosophical, a phrase worthy of Ludwig Wittgenstein himself!