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Netafim California ReGen Recycling Facility - Fowler - 2581 S. Golden State Blvd

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Netafim California ReGen Recycling Facility

2581 S. Golden State Blvd, Fowler, California 93625
(559) 246-8264

M-F 6-5

Reprocessor for large quantities of polyethylene (PE) irrigation tubing/hose/tape. Min. amount is 20,000 lbs. California ReGen Recycling facility processes end-of-life drip irrigation tubing into new tubing using a proprietary process. The facility was certified through SCS Global Services in 2023 as a certified plastics recycling facility and as a user of certified recycled content. Netafim is offering the opportunity for growers and shippers to be recognized as certified irrigation plastics recyclers if they meet certain requirements. Braga Fresh and Church Brothers Farms are the program’s inaugural partners and have officially become Certified Irrigation Plastics Recyclers. Netafim invites all growers who meet the requirements and want to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability to become a partner in the ReGen Recycling Certification Program. Interested growers can contact Tate Kelley, Netafim USA Product Manager, by filling out this form. Netafim uses the recycled material to manufacture dripline products like Streamline™ X EZ.

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Agricultural Plastics & Film PE Drip tubing, hose, drip tape, emitters. 20,000 lbs min. Farmers are encouraged to partner in new ReGen AgVantaged certification program to reduce dripline plastic waste. Interested growers can contact Tate Kelley, Netafim USA Product Manager.
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