Hello All - We are a plastics compounder and from time to time, we have rejected material. The reason for the rejection could be that it is not the right color, the physical properties don't match our customer's spec, its contaminated, etc. My question, is how would you determine how to keep this material? Normally, we hold onto it, and if it can be corrected, we try to correct it in the next order. But sometimes customers don't order the material for 4 or 5 years! This means I am spending a lot of time tracking material that is just sitting there for almost half a decade. Selling to scrap dealers is not really an option. I've tried contacting several companies, and they have stated that if its less than a truck load of material, they are not interested. The lot sizes range from 20# to 300#. Majority of the rejections are 50#. Thoughts? Thank you in advance.