After spending several weeks developing and fine tuning the forum, the Plastic Recycling Forum is finally ready for public use! The goal of putting this forum together is to bring together enthusiasts and professionals to discuss topics, latest trends, and knowledge related to plastic recycling, plastic scrap, and recycled plastics. As plastic recycling is becoming an international concern, it’ll be great to hear what YOU have to say about new regulations, news, methods and technology.
The forum is broken down into several sections:
1) Introductions. This is a place for new members to say “hi” and to share a little about themselves. I guess you can call it an icebreaker. Come on, don’t be shy…
2) Plastic Recycling. This section is dedicated for the general public to ask questions about plastic recycling in general, recycling plastic bottles, recycling plastic bags, and more. If you don’t have a question, share your thoughts on these topics with the rest of us! Do you have any brilliant ideas about plastic recycling you think can save the world?
I envision this section to be fun, education, and inspirational. What are you doing to recycle plastic at home or in your neighborhood. Are you making a difference? I strongly believe many friends with the same aspirations can be met through this forum. Sign up now!
3) Plastic Recycler / Manufacturer. This section is for professionals in the plastic recycling industry to speak up, meet with each other, and possibly share some of your knowledge with the rest of us. It’s a place for newbies in the industry to ask questions for veterans to answer. I’m sure many Recycled Plastic dot Com members will find this section useful.
With your help, we can turn this forum into the largest discussion board related to plastic and plastic recycling! By the way, as this is a brand new forum, I would appreciate if you could sign up, write a couple of posts, and tell me how everything is working. Do you have any suggestions for new topics to add? Is there something broken or incorrect I should know about?
I think I’ve said enough, head over to the Plastic Recycling Forum to get started!