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Break through for Styrofoam

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Conquering dirty Styrofoam
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Dirty Styrofoam can now be recycled!

  • May 24, 2011
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The XT-70 Styrofoam Densifier is a compact system that reduces three types of Styrofoam into small patties that are easy to dispose or recycled.

The family of XT Densifiers will densify 3 types of foam:




The XT-70 can process 70 - 100 lbs/hour of loose foam depending on the foam type. The Styrofoam can be lightly soiled before processing as long as no solid pieces of food are left on the Styrofoam plates or trays.

The Styrofoam is reduced by a margin of 90:1 into a patty that can then be easily discarded or recycled into useful products.

Perfect for schools, hospitals, cafeteria's, restaurants, even small enough to mount and go mobile!

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May 24, 2011
Hey there! I noticed that you have two reviews on the same product. It's Lunch's policy that each Luncher write one review per product. One is suffice and others are more likely to trust what you're writing. Feel free to let me know which one you'd like to delete and if you have any questions!
May 24, 2011
I am so sorry. I thought I posted one in each of my communities I belong too. They are the same, so either one can be deleted., I did not intentionally do that. I apologize. I will watch more carefully. Thanks for helping me out
May 24, 2011
No worries, I know how it can get confusing! If you write one review and add tags like "Green", "Environment", etc then the review will be cross posted automatically into all communities with those tags. So, your review will be posted in both communities as well as any other one that has those tags- so it gets more attention! I've added the tags to this one, so we'll keep this one up ;p
May 24, 2011
Thank you soo much ! Your help is greatly appreciated!
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