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Important Recycling Service Terms

Recycling services collect materials like metal, glass, paper, and plastic that can be broken down and reused. If you are looking to reduce the amount of waste your home or business produces, the following are some important recycling terms to know.

  • Scrap Metal – Scrap metals are metals that are left over from industrial production of that have been disposed of. Scrap metal often has significant monetary value and is collected by scrap metal businesses. Metals like steel and aluminum are collected and then melted down to be resold as wholesale products.
  • Resin Identification Code – A resin identification code is a number stamped on plastics to identify the type of polymer they consist of. These numbers are used to sort and process plastic waste so it can be recycled. Plastic waste can only be recycled together if it is made from the same polymers, so these codes are used to manage the recycling process.
  • Composting – Composting is a process of breaking down organic materials to make compost, which can be used as fertilizer. Many people who do home composting have some sort or compost bin or pile in their yard where they dispose of household organic waste. Rubbish will generally break down within a few months time in a compost bin.
  • Landfill – A landfill is a waste management facility where trash is dumped and then buried. Private trash services and municipal collectors take trash to a landfill to be sorted for processing or permanently disposed of.
  • Biodegradable – An item is biodegradable if it can be broken down by bacteria or other organic processes. Biodegradable products are more environmentally friendly because they can be broken down in landfills. Some materials targeted for wholesale recycling, like glass and plastic, either will not biodegrade or take a very long time to break down.
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    National Recycling Coalition
    Washington, DC 20005
    Learn more about how recycling your daily items can make a big difference to our environment through our nationwide association. Dedicated to improving our environment through recycling initiatives.
    National Recycling Coalition
    Washington, DC 20007
    Find out more about how recycling is beneficial to both the environment and your household, too! Save money and the planet by joining our mission to increase recycling and decrease our carbon footprint.
     
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    Sanipac
    1650 Glenwood Blvd, Eugene, OR 97403
    We take pride in providing reliable garbage collection, trash pickup, and recycling services to local and nearby customers. We can handle all kinds of residential and commercial jobs.
    (541) 736-3600
    Appliance Recyclers - Sbc
    5599 Se Davis Rd, Hillsboro, OR 97123
    Appliance recycling in the local and surrounding areas. We will pick up your unwanted appliances at your doorstep. We take anything metal, and also broken items.
    (503) 205-1747
    Eg Metals Inc
    620 Sw Wood St, Hillsboro, OR 97123
    Since 2003, we have provided full service recycling of electronics, ferrous, and non-ferrous metals. If you have an old printer, TV, or computer bring it in and talk to us about recycling it!
    (503) 693-8939
    Burcham's Metals Inc
    3407 Pacific Blvd Sw, Albany, OR 97321
    (541) 926-4616
    Zirconium Research
    1040 Old Salem Rd Ne, Albany, OR 97321
    (541) 967-9005
    Millersburg Metal Recycling
    2400 Conser Rd Ne, Albany, OR 97321
    (541) 223-1708
    Source Recycling
    840 30th Ave Sw, Albany, OR 97322
    (541) 928-0623
    Allied Waste Services of Albany
    1214 Montgomery St Se, Albany, OR 97322
    (541) 928-2551
    Waste Control Systems Inc
    110 Ne Walnut Blvd, Corvallis, OR 97330
    (541) 757-0011
    Cooper Salvage
    4040 Jefferson Scio Dr Se, Jefferson, OR 97352
    (541) 327-1455
    Pick-A-Part
    6777 Turner Rd Se, Turner, OR 97392
    (503) 743-7425
    NW Greenlands, A Recology Co
    2140 Turner Rd Se, Salem, OR 97302
    (503) 585-4510
    Oregon Pallet
    1805 22nd St Se, Salem, OR 97302
    (503) 585-9999
    Allied Waste of Salem
    1890 16th St Se, Salem, OR 97302
    (503) 363-8890
    Recycling Depot Inc
    32987 Brewster Rd, Lebanon, OR 97355
    (541) 259-5454


    Recycling is important in this day and age. That's why recycling services come in handy for recycling large amounts of materials at once. These companies handle lots of different materials, from paper and plastic to glass and aluminum. Other items, such as oil cans, foil, cartridges, and batteries, need to be disposed of properly, and these companies can achieve this. Depending on the size of the facility, some can handle large amounts of scrap, garbage, and trash. Others are smaller and provide smaller scale services. Many large communities have recycling centers, serving the greater district. Recycling services did not begin in this country until the 1970s, when basic paper recycling collection began. Today, communities are more environmentally conscious and most offer regular office and residential pickup of recycling products, such as paper, plastic, and glass. Conservation and waste management is at the forefront of our society today. Recycle services exist to help meet these demands, with the goal of properly disposing of waste and reusing recyclables like newspaper. This can include services such as waste management solutions, electronic recycling, pick-up, and more. Many recycling services are further categorized by type of recyclables, such as rubber, electronics, scrap metal, used commercial goods, and computers. This can also include household trash, and even compost. Still others collect and dispose of just the basics, such as glass, plastic, and paper. Business customers looking for recycle services can check the internet for local listings, ask others in the business, or visit a recycling center nearby to learn more.
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