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Recycling for all single ply roofing materials from Nationwide Foam

Green Certifications: EcoLogo Program

Nationwide Foam, Inc., was founded in 2007, to provide cost effective recycling solutions for flat roof tear off material.  As CSO's, Facility Managers and Building Owners look for alternative disposal options, NFI recycling service becomes exceedingly relevant.

What Our Customers Are Saying

"We were extremely pleased to learn that we could keep a significant amount of re-roofing material out of the landfill by recycling the existing roof membrane. Not only did recycling the existing membrane make sense and help us move towards our goal of being more environmentally responsible, it allowed us to help our customer, Sara Lee Bakery, realize it's goal of reducing the amount of waste generated at the facility. Sara Lee was very supportive of the idea and Nationwide Foam made it easy for us to offer this service. We will look to Nationwide Foam in the future as a source for recycling membrane and foam insulation boards on all our re-roofing projects." Project's Roofing Contractor - February 2011
"The recycling portion of the project went very smoothly. I will continue to use your company as a resource for our future re-roofing projects. Thank you for your assistance with the project." Tom Caspari, Missouri Builders Service, Inc.
"Everything went very well, we are looking forward to working together again soon." Thank You, Bill, York PA
"With the size of the roof, there would have been a lot of EPDM and insulation heading to the landfill. As it turned out, NFI was able to save us money by recycling the EPDM and insulation. And, we were happy to keep all that material out of the landfill." Roofing Contractor Magazine Feb 2010
"It was a smooth and straightforward process for us. Nationwide completed the job as quoted with no hidden charges. In fact, even the ballast was hauled away to be cleaned and recycled, so everything that could be recycled on this job was recycled." Roofing Contractor Magazine Feb 2010