ReFoamIt® is a MA family owned company that recycles EPS Foam, more commonly called Styrofoam®. We are committed to recycle both white packing foam and to recycle post consumer foam such as coffee cups, clamshells, and meat and produce trays. (Please make sure that all of these items are clean and any post consumer items that were used with food must display the #6 recycling symbol.)
ReFoamIt works with individuals, businesses and municipalities to recycle their foam. ReFoamIt has events scheduled in different Massachusetts communities. To see the list of these events, please visit events and click on single events. We also offer a fee based pickup service and we work with organizations and municipalities to allow ongoing programs. For a list of these programs check out our event page and click on ongoing events. You may also drop foam off with no charge. We accept car loads of foam or tractor trailers at 25 Mohawk Dr., in Leominster, MA 01453
Please call 508-872-2323 with all of your questions and if you wish to drop foam off please call 508-864-8723.
Exciting news! ReFoamIt now accepts #4 and #5 foam along with #6 foam, more commonly called Styrofoam® Check out the What can be recycled page for more information.
Tomorrow, Sat. July 26, Grace Church in Framingham will hold a foam recycling event from 10-2 open to anyone from the Gr. Metrowest Area (and beyond)
Jul 26, Grace Congregational Church, 76 Salem End Rd., Framingham MA No Residency Restriction
This event is open to All residents and All Non-residents of Framingham from 10-2. (New ending time) Please let us know if you are planning to bring more than one car or small pickup truck of Foam. All labels, paper, cardboard, and tape must be removed from each piece of Foam. All food related containers and cups MUST be rinsed or washed before bringing. Please consider helping us to defray expenses with a voluntary contribution. Clean packing peanuts and bubble wrap will be accepted.
For up-to-date news about ReFoamIt, please visit our facebook page listed under Styrofoam Recycling
Dave and Barbara Sherman