250+ Recycling Signs Now Available at ComplianceSigns.com

Safety sign manufacturer ComplianceSigns.com has developed more than 250 signs and labels related to recycling, including sorting instructions, recycling reminders and a plastic recycling code chart.

Sterling, IL, November 06, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Recycling centers, schools, businesses and other organizations that recycle used materials have a new source for recycling-related signs and labels. Online safety sign supplier ComplianceSigns.com today introduced more than 250 recycling signs.

“Recycling has become quite popular in many areas, but sorting items can be a bit confusing at times. We developed a wide variety of signs and labels specifically to address sorting, as well as general recycling messages,” said company President Paul Sandefer.

With messages ranging from the time-tested “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” to “Recycle – Give your trash a second chance,” the signs are sure to meet the needs of organizations with a recycling program – or planning to start one. Like most ComplianceSigns products, many of the new recycling signs are available in a variety of sizes and materials, including vinyl labels, PVC plastic, flexible magnetic backing and rugged aluminum. The company also created a Plastic Recycling Chart that displays the seven plastic recycling codes with formula names and examples of each.

For collection bins and other locations where a sign might be difficult to mount, the company offers a selection of symbol-based recycling labels to identify recyclable items including batteries, glass, newspaper, printer paper, plastic bags and corrugated cardboard. Labels are available in seven sizes with standard, reflective or glow-in-the-dark finishes.

For locations where Braille is needed or a more elegant sign is desired, the company offers engraved acrylic recycling signs. The surface-mount signs can be ordered with or without the familiar Recycle symbol, and with or without Braille translation. Offered in as many as 24 color combinations, these attractive signs can be mounted with adhesive backing or ordered with silver- or gold-finish mounting brackets.

“We’ve noticed increased interest in recycling signs, so it made sense to increase our offering of recycle-related products,” said Sandefer. “It was natural for us, as a company, too. Earlier this year, we developed ‘greener’ packaging practices to use less material - and more recyclable materials – when shipping our products. Customer response has been quite positive,” says Sandefer.

For those interested in energy conservation, the company also produces signs related to electricity and water conservation, and recycled water.

Although ComplianceSigns is a primary supplier of OSHA, NFPA and ANSI safety signs for manufacturing, construction and transportation, it also produces signs for a wide variety of topics, from state-specific no smoking signs to restroom signs to parking signs. Most are available in English, Spanish or bilingual formats. Many products are used to comply with state, federal and local safety requirements.

“All our signs are made here in the U.S. from industrial-quality materials, and prices start at just six dollars,” says Sandefer. “We also make custom signs for people who have unique needs.”

ComplianceSigns.com, based in Chadwick, IL, was named to the 2010 Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. The company sells signs exclusively through its website at compliancesigns.com.

Compliance Signs, Inc.
David Anderson