Greenville, SC (PRWEB) February 2, 2010
Chemical Recycling Solutions, Inc., a Greenville SC based company, is proud to offer companies a Waste Exchange, that promotes reutilization of chemicals already on-hand.
In today's economic climate, there is an emphasis on cost reduction while maintaining a watchful eye on environmental concerns. Management is looking for ways to increase profitability, cut expenses and enhance the bottom line. At the same time the "Green" movement is growing with more emphasis on recycling. This web-based chemical exchange meets both these demands. It provides an outlet for unused products and out-dated inventory while at the same time also allows a search for potential chemical products used in the manufacturing process at a reduced price.
This increased emphasis on waste minimization, recycling, and inventory reduction has industry investigating new resources to assist them in meeting these demands. This free Chemical Exchange web site has the ability to link companies in separate geographic areas, diverse industries and unite them in the potential exchange of reusable chemicals.
From acids, bases, solvents, acrylics, paints, surfactants, inks, oils and greases, and even a listing for Miscellaneous Chemicals, the assortment of surplus chemicals an industry can post is almost limitless. It is free to register on-line and easy to post. Simply go to the Register page, log in and enter the required information. Then go to the Manage Listings page where chemicals can then be posted. Individuals can download the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for review when posting. All correspondence is email. Individuals must also register to contact companies that have potential chemicals already posted on the exchange. Arrangements, pricing, and transportation are strictly negotiated between the two parties. There is no fee paid to Chemical Recycling Solutions, Inc.
Whether it is an old product, an out-dated product, or a product no longer needed by a company, whttp://www.chemicalrecyclingsolutions.com promotes an outlet to industry to save money and reduce their chemical inventory. Disposal is no longer the only option.