East-Terra Plastics

725 W. 21st Street
Connersville, IN 47331
(317) 252-0287
NCTO Council: Industry Support

East-Terra Plastics was founded in 2006, located at 725 W 21st Street, Connersville, Indiana. East-Terra services industrial and commercial clients as well as municipalities. We process waste plastics received from manufacturing or commercial clients and turn it back into feed stock for primarily domestic companies. Our automated processing lines separate, clean, decontaminate and dry plastics in tons per hour.

Our quality control technicians work hard to ensure that all contaminants are removed from resins during processing, producing outputs that exceeds manufacturing expectations. East-Terra’s staff include engineers, plastics specialists, environmental and legal professionals all driven to give you the highest levels of professional service.

We provide extensive warehousing and logistic services. Situated just 15 minutes from I-70, we are able to efficiently handle logistics. With our large fleet of trailers, we are able to provide drop-off services for storage and pickup. With 285,000 square feet of production and storage space, we are able to receive and process many tons of materials daily.

We support the local community and are active in environmental organizations. We are major corporate sponsors of nonprofits, including the U.S. Marine Corps / YMCA Toys for Tots Program.

We are an equal opportunity employer who believes the best workforce is a diverse workforce. We prioritize the hiring of U.S. military veterans. We also partner with EmployIndy and the Indiana Department of Workforce Development to offer jobs to qualified candidates who have been long term unemployed. East-Terra recently joined the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Program and we participate in job fairs at the grounds of the Indiana National Guard.

We believe that our clients deserve our very best effort. We love teaming with our corporate partners to develop better ways to maximize revenues, reducing costs while protecting the environment. We enjoy visiting facilities and suggesting strategies for dealing with plastic waste that many times turn disposal costs into revenues.