Materials Management

MLMC’s Secondary Recovered Materials® Program is one of a kind, offering companies significant savings and zero-landfill status.


Select SRM® Suppliers

What is SRM®?

Secondary Recovered Materials® (“SRM”) include process and packaging residuals generated by most commercial businesses. MLMC processes these materials into a clean, renewable fuel product.

SRM Materials
(Accepted by MLMC)

  • Paper
  • Fabrics
  • Coated Paper
  • Wood Materials
  • Paper Based Products
  • Non-Halogenated Plastics

  • Polymer Based Products
  • Packaging Materials
  • Manufactured Articles
  • Products for Destruction
  • Other Clean Materials

NON-SRM Materials
(Not Accepted by MLMC)

  • Construction and Demolition Debris (C&D)
  • Foods and Liquids
  • Metals and Electronics
  • Glass
  • PVC / Vinyl

MLMC works with all business types, big and small, located anywhere in the continental United States. From industrial and commercial operators to retail establishments, our current SRM supplier base consists of everything from local small businesses to multi-national corporations.

Why Become a SRM® Supplier?

Significant Savings

MLMC can accept up to 99% of a company’s material stream while providing significant operational savings.

Minimal Disruption

Implementing and administering MLMC’s SRM program does not disrupt existing operations

Zero-Landfill Goals

MLMC helps suppliers achieve sound environmental and sustainability practices, including “Zero-Landfill” initiatives.

How the SRM® Process Works

Materials Qualification

A SRM Specialist will perform a survey of all materials generated within your facility. Once materials are gathered, analytical and mechanical qualifications are established to move forward towards a Supply Agreement.


Upon completing the qualification of your materials, MLMC will issue your company a Supply Agreement so you can now extend the lifecycle of your company’s materials.

Program Implementation & Training

MLMC will provide training and program implementation support at no cost. This includes on site-training, video and informational guides and required signage. All of this is done within the materials handling infrastructure already in place at your facility.

Become a SRM® Supplier

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