Fueling the Upcycled Revolution

Key Inputs

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The Building Blocks of Sustainability

At the heart of Upcycled's innovative cycle are the key inputs—a wide array of materials that serve as the feedstock for our transformative processes. Our technology turns what was once waste into valuable resources, embodying our commitment to a sustainable future.

The Urban Resource

By utilizing landfill waste as a primary feedstock, we tackle the environmental challenge at its source. Our cutting-edge technology diverts significant quantities of waste from landfills, thereby reducing the emission of greenhouse gases and mitigating the impact of the third largest environmental pollutant.

  • Food waste 
  • Plastics 
  • Rubber 
  • Paper
  • Cardboard 
  • Textiles 
  • Leather
  • Yard trimmings 
  • Wood 
  • and more

The Industrial Contributor

The refuse from construction and demolition sites—including drywall, wood, metals, and concrete—are not merely discarded. We reclaim these materials, converting them into valuable commodities, thus minimizing environmental impact and promoting circular economy principles.

  • Drywall 
  • Cardboard 
  • Plastics
  • Wood 
  • Pallets 
  • Metal
  • Concrete 
  • Roofing shingles 
  • and more

The Niche Inputs

Single-stream recyclables and specialized wastes such as creosote-infused rail ties and utility poles, waste tires, and assorted plastics undergo a transformation in our facilities. These inputs are meticulously processed to extract their maximum value, ensuring nothing goes to waste.

  • Single-stream recyclables 
  • Cardboard
  • Rail ties and utility poles (e.g., creosote) 
  • Plastics
  • Waste tires 
  • and more

Drive the Future with Upcycled Inputs

Engage with Upcycled to transcend the conventional supply chain—it’s a proactive move towards environmental transformation. Our selection of inputs showcases our commitment to eco-friendly innovation, ensuring that your involvement is not just impactful but also a stride toward ecological preservation.