Save Significantly & Meet Zero-Landfill Goals With Our Material Management Services

Why Become an SRM® Supplier?

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Significant Savings

NuCycle Energy can accept up to 99% of a company’s material stream while providing significant operational savings.
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Minimal Disruption

Implementing and administering NuCycle Energy's SRM program does not disrupt existing operations.
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Zero-Landfill Goals

NuCycle Energy helps suppliers achieve sound environmental and sustainability practices, including “zero-landfill” initiatives.

NuCycle Energy works with small and large companies located anywhere in the continental United States. Our SRM supplier base includes:

INDUSTRIAL  •  COMMERCIAL  •  RETAIL

What is SRM®?

Secondary Recovered Materials® (“SRM”) include process and packaging residuals generated by most commercial businesses. NuCycle Energy processes these materials into a clean, renewable fuel product.

SRM® Materials
(Accepted by NuCycle)
  • Paper
  • Fabrics
  • Coated Paper
  • Wood Materials
  • Paper-Based Products
  • Non-Halogenated Plastics
  • Polymer-Based Products
  • Packaging Materials
  • Manufactured Articles
  • Products for Destruction
  • Other Clean Materials
    NON-SRM® Materials
    (Not Accepted by NuCycle)
    • Construction and Demolition Debris (C&D)
    • Foods and Liquids
    • Metals and Electronics
    • Glass
    • PVC / Vinyl





    How the SRM® Process Works

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    Materials
    Qualification

    A SRM specialist will perform a survey of all materials generated within your facility. Once materials are gathered, analytical and mechanical qualifications are established to move forward towards a supply agreement.

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    Supply
    Agreement

    Upon completing the qualification of your materials, NuCycle Energy will issue your company a Supply Agreement so you can now extend the lifecycle of your company’s materials.

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    Program Implementation & Training

    NuCycle Energy will provide training and program implementation support at no cost. This includes on site-training, video and informational guides and required signage. All of this is done within the materials handling infrastructure already in place at your facility.


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