DeSpray’s patented aerosol recycling technology enables manufacturers, recycling facilities, and municipal waste management sites to recycle aerosol cans and recover 100% of the liquid, gas, and metal contents in a way that is not only safe and sustainable, but profitable.
DeSpray’s in-house engineering team designs custom spray can recycling solutions to meet the unique infrastructure and specific regulatory requirements of aerosol fillers and recyclers around the world.
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Boise, ID – September 9, 2020 – US Ecology, Inc., (the “Company”) [NASDAQ: ECOL] the environmental services leader with over 65 years of experience solving complex waste challenges for customers across North America, is proud to be the first and only company in the U.S. now offering Aerosol Recycling Technology (ART), a 100% sustainable solution for aerosol waste that produces recyclable metal, reusable alternative and liquid fuels and is landfill free with zero emissions.Read more
With more than 20 years of experience in machine building and aerosol recycling, DeSpray Environmental has developed innovative new technology to tackle the environmental issues surrounding waste aerosols. The company’s systems capture waste aerosol propellants and recompress the gas back to a liquid state for 100% reuse as an alternative fuel. In this article, Mike MacKay, managing director of DeSpray Environmental, discusses plans to convert waste aerosol propellants into biogas.Read more
US Ecology’s new Aerosol Recycling Technology was delivered in partnership with DeSpray to tackle this challenging waste stream. DeSpray’s system processes 100% of the waste aerosol can, including propellants, for complete recycling. The firm has more than 35 years of experience in machine building and aerosol recycling. Its systems re-compress gas back into liquid for 100% reuse as an alternative fuel, so no harmful gases are released into the atmosphere.Read more