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Recycling Centers

If you need to dispose of your recyclable products, then you will most likely be taking them to a recycling center. Their guidelines help people who are in need of waste management. While they probably won’t be able to take specialty recyclable items such as scrap metal, they will take simple but bulky items like stacks of paper and plastic. These are some terms that you should know when recycling.

  • Waste Hierarchy - This refers to the universal recycling symbol, the three arrows chasing each other, and their meaning. They stand for: recycle, reuse, and reduce. This is representational of our recycling system and, if followed, can greatly reduce waste products.
  • Recycling Center - A center meant for people to drop off their recycling products such as plastic, aluminum, bottles, glass, cardboard, and other such materials. For things such as a computer, battery, or other electronic devices, depending on your area, there may be separate locations to recycle them or even a city service will pick them up from your home. Waste - There are tons of products that cannot be recycled; those are what are called waste products. Not everything that is not labeled with the recycling symbol isn’t recyclable; for instance, scrap metal can be recycled.
  • Recycling Bin - These bins are usually found next to garbage cans in public places. You can throw all of your recyclable items in these bagged disposal bins, but for some of the bulkier items such as cardboard boxes and other packaging items, it’s probably best to stick them in a larger disposal container.
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    Our local Mode area recycling centers are here to help you protect the environment and save money, too! Get vouchers simply for recycling your old cans, bottles, and paper at our center.
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    Mervis Recycling
    1100 S 9th St, Springfield, IL 62703
    The nearly 400 dedicated employees of Mervis Industries currently serve clients throughout North America and into the Pacific Rim. Our strong financial footing allows us to strategically develop
    (217) 753-1492
    Sugar Creek Scrap Inc
    1201 W National Ave, West Terre Haute, IN 47885
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    (812) 533-2147
    User Review: "They wont accept any tin metals. But other than that it is a decent place."
    Potential Pallet
    9923 E 1735th Ave, Shumway, IL 62461
    (217) 821-9922
    Davis Recycling Inc
    810 S Henrietta St, Effingham, IL 62401
    (217) 347-8725
    TNT Recycling
    15150 E 1800th Ave, Effingham, IL 62401
    (217) 342-3043
    McMahon Recycling
    805 S Maple St, Effingham, IL 62401
    (217) 821-4766
    Jansen Computers
    104 S Pearl St, Teutopolis, IL 62467
    (217) 857-6155
    Joe Coleman Salvage & Demolition
    5 N State St, Pana, IL 62557
    (217) 562-4625
    Welburn Salvage
    101 N Elm St, Pana, IL 62557
    (217) 562-3044
    Harris Metals & Recycling
    1213 N 11th St, Mattoon, IL 61938
    (217) 235-1808
    General Steel & Metals
    612 N Logan St, Mattoon, IL 61938
    (217) 235-5575
    Biggs Fred Electric Supply
    502 S 24th St, Mattoon, IL 61938
    (217) 235-0369
    M A S Services
    1132 County Road 1350 E, Toledo, IL 62468
    (217) 962-0233
    Matchbox Disposal
    309 S 21st St Ste 7, Mattoon, IL 61938
    (217) 235-5222
    Rt 1-85 Recycling
    22291 Illinois Route 185, Fillmore, IL 62032
    (217) 538-2502

    Recycling centers are large recycling plants that recycle a large amount of materials, from aluminum, copper and batteries to plastic, paper and clothing. Some recycling centers specialize in recycling one type of material, such as paper, while others can handle many different types of materials, such as electronics, furniture, batteries, clothes, bags, accessories, scrap metal, computers, and TVs. When considering how to choose recycling centers, look for a company that offers the exact recycling services you or your commercial business need. You can find recycling centers by looking in your local phone book or by searching online directory listings. Choose a few centers that look like a good match, and contact each one. Get information such as location, recyclables, hours, and years in business. Recycling is important to sustain the environment. Read up on how recycling can save the planet. Go online to find out about recycling centers near you, where you can get bins, bags and containers for recycling, and what can be recycled, such as metal, aluminum, copper, plastic, paper, clothing and newspapers. Research each center's background thoroughly. Get detailed contact information, location, affiliation information, hours, availability, and services. Find out how long the center has been in business and whether it is a local, national or multinational company. To make sure you find the best recycling center, take a drive by the location of the company to get a feel for physical appearance and integrity. Chat with the staff to see if they are courteous and helpful. Make appointments with each to drop off your items, and get written quotes before services are rendered.
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