IntegriCo Converts 2 Million Pounds of Recycled Plastic into Composite Construction Matting Every Month

Waste Advantage Magazine

Founded in 2007, IntegriCo Composites has become a leader in the composite industrial products manufacturing industry. The American-made manufacturer recently reported that on average, IntegriCo now converts approximately 2 million pounds of recycled plastic into their composite construction matting each month.

IntegriCo poses a stronger, longer-lasting, and eco-friendly alternative to wood construction mats through their construction matting made from 100% recycled plastics. Due to the limited lifespans of conventional wood mats, there is a higher cost to replace them over time using the earth’s natural resources.

Unlike wood matting, composite matting cannot combust and is resistant to organic growth and insect damage. Through IntegriCo’s unique composite material, its construction matting offers exceptional traction in all environments. These composite mats also do not absorb water or oil, which means there is no cross-contamination from site to site and the mats remain easy to clean.

Construction matting is a portable platform used to support construction equipment and other resource-based activities, including drilling rigs, camps, tanks, and helipads. It can also be used as a structural roadway to provide passage over unstable ground, pipelines and more.

As of August 2019, IntegriCo has converted over 16 million pounds of recycled plastic into their composite construction matting. IntegriCo’s Construction Matting is 100% recyclable itself, eliminating the disposal challenge after the mats are no longer needed.

IntegriCo works with post-consumer and post-industrial sources to gather plastic that would otherwise be deposited into landfills or burned in incinerators. IntegriCo’s composite mats can perform in and protect any environment.

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