The Western Michigan University Pilot Plants are committed to recycling process innovation, testing, and certification. The certifications we currently support are listed below, but we can also work with your company to test and develop a recycling protocol that fits your unique needs — while meeting industry standards.
WMU's Recycling Pilot Plant has taken a leading role in the recycling of fast food containers.
Repulpable and Recycling Certification now available at Western Michigan University
Should your fiber-based product be given a second life instead of going to a landfill? WMU has certified labs and a recycling pilot plant to give you that documentation.
Please contact Lon Pschigoda at +1 (269) 276-3533 or by email.
Fibre Box Association Certification
Western’s recycle plant is a certified laboratory for the Fibre Box Association certification test protocol for wax treatment replacement corrugated containers. This is a voluntary standard for repulping and recycling corrugated fiberboard treated to improve its performance in the presence of water and water vapor. The corrugated industry developed this recyclability standard that allows these wax alternatives to be tested, proven, and certified recyclable if they pass the required protocol.