SDI Supports Amalgam Recycling: A Strategic Partnership with DRNA

By DSD | January 3, 2024
SDI strategic partnership with DRNA


SDI Supports Amalgam Recycling: A Strategic Partnership with DRNA

[New York City, NY, January 3rd, 2024] – Dental Recycling North America (DRNA), a leading amalgam recycling company in the United States, is pleased to announce its strategic partnership with SDI, a global leader in dental materials and technology. This collaboration marks a significant step toward promoting amalgam recycling and environmental responsibility within the dental industry.

Amalgam recycling is a critical aspect of dental practice compliance, aimed at reducing the environmental impact of mercury-containing amalgam waste. The partnership between DRNA and SDI underscores both companies’ commitment to sustainability and their dedication to supporting dental professionals in meeting regulatory requirements.

Samantha Cheetham – Managing Director / Chief Executive Officer, highlighted the importance of amalgam recycling, stating, “At SDI, we understand the significance of responsible dental waste management. Our partnership with DRNA allows us to provide our customers with a simple and effective solution to ensure compliance with regulations while contributing to a healthier environment.”

DRNA’s CEO, Marc M. Sussman, expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership opportunity, saying, “We are thrilled to partner with SDI, a company renowned for its commitment to dental innovation and sustainability. This collaboration aligns perfectly with our mission to simplify compliance for dental practices across the globe.”

About DRNA:
Dental Recycling North America (DRNA) has been at the forefront of amalgam recycling and compliance solutions for dental professionals for over a decade. Founded with a commitment to sustainability and environmental stewardship, DRNA has consistently provided innovative products and services to help dental practices meet regulatory requirements while minimizing their environmental impact.

DRNA’s comprehensive amalgam recycling program simplifies compliance, allowing dental professionals to focus on patient care while ensuring they adhere to regulatory guidelines. DRNA’s amalgam separators, cartridges, kits, and recycling services are trusted by dental practices across the United States, making it a reliable partner for environmentally conscious dentists. For more information about DRNA and its products, please visit DRNA’s Website.

About SDI:

SDI is a global leader in dental materials and technology, dedicated to providing innovative solutions to dental professionals worldwide. With a rich history dating back to 1972, SDI has consistently led the way in dental research and product development. The company’s commitment to quality and sustainability is evident in its extensive product portfolio.

For more information about SDI and its products, please visit SDI’s Website.

Amalgam Recycling for Dental Practices:

Amalgam recycling plays a crucial role in dental practice compliance, particularly in light of the Minamata Treaty, which calls for the eventual phase-out or reduction of mercury used in dental amalgam. By recycling amalgam waste, dental professionals can protect the environment and ensure they are in line with regulatory requirements.

How SDI Customers Can Participate:

SDI customers are invited to participate in this initiative by signing up for a simple amalgam recycling solution provided by DRNA. Dental practices can place all amalgam waste in the provided recycling kit, making compliance easy and hassle-free.

To encourage immediate action, SDI customers can enjoy a 20% discount by using promo code SDISAVE20 when signing up for the program. This limited-time offer underscores the importance of acting now to comply with regulations and protect the environment.

For more information and to get started, SDI customers can visit DRNA’s website.

DRNA and SDI are committed to supporting dental professionals on their journey toward compliance and sustainability. Together, they aim to make a positive impact on the dental industry and the environment.

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