Revolution Plastics is the next big thing for farmers. Once launched, farmers will be able to take advantage of free, onsite agricultural and silage plastic recycling.
Revolution Plastics will begin servicing the counties of Douglas, Otter Tail, Grant, Stevens, Pope, Todd, Stearns, Benton and Sherbrune, which are located along the Interstate 94 corridor in Minnesota, in February 2017. And eventually, the company plans to service all of Minnesota.
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There's a new, better and free recycling program for farmers that will soon be available. Revolution Plastics will be offering a free, on-site agricultural and silage plastic recycling program.
The company will collect ag and silage plastic from farms and dairies and then recycle the materials at its recycling facilities.
The first targeted area that Revolution Plastics will be focusing on is a group of counties along the Interstate 94 corridor, according to Nathan Reinbold, environmental coordinator at Pope/Douglas Solid Waste Management. The counties include Douglas, Otter Tail, Grant, Stevens, Pope, Todd, Stearns, Benton and Sherburne.