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Site Furnishings & Playgrounds

Fibrex Group is known for its extensive and innovative selection of recycling centers, waste receptacles, park, street & mall site furnishings and playground equipment. We are pleased to introduce our new lines of Lunasol LED solar bollards and Steora solar smart benches. We are certain that these solar products will enhance the process of harnessing green energy for our customers. Providing attractive and user friendly recycling receptacles in high visibility public spaces enable end-users to promote good environmental stewardship, while reducing waste and increasing recycling participation rates.

Made in the USA since 1990, our green-design products are made from sustainable resources and always contain the maximum possible recycled content. We offer very competitive factory direct pricing on our entire selection of eco-friendly design products which are built to last and covered by the best warranties in the industry.

Fibrex Group clients can expect superior green design products and dependable customer service support done with pride and attention to detail. Thank you for visiting our site!  Work. Play. Recycle.

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Ocean County, NJ Recycling Program Is on an Uptick

Monday, May 02, 2022
Ocean County’s recycling program had its most profitable year in 10 years in 2021. “Our residents have embraced recycling in Ocean County since it was first instituted in 1985,” said Ocean County Commissioner Barbara Jo Crea, who is liaison to the county’s recycling program. “After a few down years we...

Issues Of The Environment: Properly Disposing Of PPEs And Other Waste During COVID-19 Pandemic

Thursday, April 16, 2020
The Centers for Disease Control continues to recommend wearing gloves and masks while in public. More and more people are following recommended guidelines. However, getting rid of those personal protective equipment (PPE) items is often being done improperly. In this week's "Issues of the Environment," WEMU's David Fair talks with...