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California: Home to Global Innovators in Waste Reduction

August 17, 2021 CALIFORNIA:  HOME TO GLOBAL INNOVATORS IN WASTE REDUCTION  Six organizations and/or individuals receive recognition for leading the way with products and services for waste reduction and a circular economy  (Sacramento, CA) – As trash and litter continue to accumulate in our communities, the California Product Stewardship Council (CPSC) annually honors the best and brightest companies for their creative approaches tackling post-consumer material management problems. CPSC’s Arrow Award recipients illustrate how innovative business models in California are now offering products and services that support responsible and cost-effective waste management and a circular economy, while creating new green-designed products, and offering products and

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WAPA | Western Area Power Administration – Partnership

Repsco recently joined WAPA to work with more companies in the nut processing business here in California.We work with a company called Mariana Nut that changed from fiber slip sheets to plastic slip sheets. We helped them realize a huge savings, better quality and top notch service from our customer service team. Repsco is looking to work with other companies in the nut processing business in California due to this success. If you are part of a nut processing business it is worth chatting with us because in most cases we are going to help you to save a lot

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Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade

Governor’s Award for Excellence in Export

May 2014.  During World Trade Day on May 7, 2014, Repsco received the Governor’s Award for Excellence in Export. This award was presented by the governor, John Hickenlooper, and was given to Repsco in recognition for being a leader in exporting goods manufactured in the state of Colorado. Currently, Repsco is exporting plastic slipsheets to a multitude of countries in Asia, Europe, and the Americas.  Plastic slipsheets are a shipping platform alternative to a wood pallet and made from 100% recycled plastic, much of which is sourced locally in Colorado

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President Paul Bennett, Jr., is forecasting up to 20 percent growth

The history of REPSCO dates back to 1971 when its predecessor company became a pioneer in California plastic recycling. In 1988, the company expanded into manufacturing products made with recycled plastics, and today’s REPSCO was born. Housed within a 50,000-square foot facility in Modesto, REPSCO’s factory produces 8 million pounds of custom plastic slip sheets annually. The factory runs 24 hours a day and five days a week, bringing in annual revenues of $6 million. Bennett purchased the company from its previous owner in 2000.​ Link to Article

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