Agri-Plas, Inc.


has grown out of Dari’s passion for preserving the environment. Growing up in the dairy industry in California, Dari knew first hand the tremendous plastic waste generated from agricultural operations.

In 1995, Dari began to realize her dream of cleaning up this wasted resource. Starting with plastic binder twine, she created a work force to clean and process the twine into bales of ground material.


Moving north to Oregon, Agri-Plas started processing agricultural plastic in a rented Salem location, that quickly gave way to the need for a larger facility. In 2004, the company moved to its present location, 5016 Waconda Rd. NE, Brooks, Oregon.


Agri-Plas accepts and recycles approximately 10,000,000 pounds of plastic each year- plastic that otherwise would have gone to the burner, into landfills or been stored at agricultural sites.





Association of Oregon Recyclers - "Market Development Recycler of the Year - 2000"                                  Oregon SEDCOR - "Most Innovative Product Award - 2000"




Oregon Environmental Council ­- "Better Business Better Environment Award - 2002"                                  Oregon Business Journal - "Innovation in Sustainability Award - 2009"

In 2008-2009, Agri-Plas shipped 4 tanker loads of synthetic crude oil reclaimed from waste plastic to a Tacoma oil refinery. Dari coninues to work with oil technology developers.


5016 Waconda Rd NE Brooks, OR 97305

503.390.2381p | 503.390.5454f

5016 Waconda Rd NE Brooks, OR 97305 | 503.390.2381p | 503.390.5454f