As an environmentally responsible company, Techflex offers customized solutions that help our customers reach their resource conservation goals.
In an expanding global industrial environment, Techflex understands the responsibility we all share in conserving our resources, maximizing our efficient consumption of energy and undertaking a comprehensive material recycling/reuse program whenever possible.
- It is our ongoing goal to improve the efficiency of our processes to minimize our impact on the environment and conserve physical resources.
- All of our activities strictly conform to current environmental regulations and industry best practices regarding resource utilization.
- The balance of efficiency and energy impact of our manufacturing equipment is carefully considered when determining the purchase of additional manufacturing capacity.
Recycling / Product End of Life
Products displaying this logo on their pages are safe to recycle with any general plastics recycling program. Our customers can feel secure that these products will not add any toxins or hazardous chemicals to the recycling stream and that these materials are completely safe to be eventually reused and reprocessed into other products.
For products that cannot be casually recycled, we will gladly accept customer scrap that is returned to us for recycling. Our program for the return of products for recycling is very simple. Just contact your Account Representative and inform us that you wish to send back a shipment of product for recycling, package compositionally similar materials together, and return it to us. We'll take it from there and add your materials to our recycling stream.
California Proposition 65
In 2016, the State of California amended its Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, known as "Proposition 65" or "Prop 65." This amendment modifies regulations related to product warning labels. Prop 65 requires that businesses operating in California, as well as businesses marketing products that could find their way into California, provide "clear and reasonable" notification to Californians about the presence of certain chemicals in the products they purchase.