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default map pin icon 145 South Main Street, Lexington, TN 38351, USA
Expanded listing for: City of Lexington, TN
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default map pin icon 1811 James P Cole Boulevard, Flint, MI 48503, USA
Expanded listing for: Seraphim Plastics - Flint
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Description: Seraphim Plastics is an industrial plastic recycler that processes large quantities of plastic scrap and waste. We purchase or acquire plastic material from plastic production facilities, large warehouses, and various plant manufacturers, and other commercial plastic scrap producers to create clean industrial plastic regrind.

default map pin icon 300 West 7th Street, North Platte, NE 69101, USA
Expanded listing for: ABC Recycling

Hours of Operation

Mon

8:30am

4:30pm

Tue

8:30am

4:30pm

Wed

8:30am

4:30pm

Thu

8:30am

4:30pm

Fri

8:30am

4:30pm

Saturday by appointment.
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Description: ABC Recycling opened its doors in North Platte in June, 2014, to provide a one-source solution for the recovery of recyclable materials generated by business, commercial and agricultural operations. This company services Western Nebraska, with outreach in Colorado, Wyoming, South Dakota and Kansas. INDUSTRIES WE SERVE: Area Municipalities Commercial and Manufacturing businesses Farm and Ranch operations Construction companies Educational and Medical facility operations Distribution centers Transportation industries Gas, Oil, Energy and Railroad industries All other businesses that create recyclable waste YEAR-ROUND PESTICIDE CONTAINER COLLECTION: Plastic pesticide containers made from high-density polyethylene (HDPE) only. HDPE containers are marked with the plastic resin code #2. Accepted Pesticide, crop oil, adjuvant, and surfactant containers (1.0 or 2.5 gallons) Crop protection chemical drums (15, 30, 55 gallons) Crop oil, adjuvant, and surfactant drums Stained, but clean, containers/drums NOT Accepted Un-rinsed containers/drums Crushed containers/drums Containers that held products (including pesticides) labeled for consumer use in households, lawns and gardens, and swimming pools Mini-bulk bins, intermediate bulk containers (IBC), saddle tanks, and nurse tanks Containers/drums with external pesticide residue that can be rubbed off by a protectively-gloved hand 1.0- and 2.5-Gallon Container Requirements Remove label booklets, plastic shrink-wrap labels, and caps; dispose of as solid waste. Be sure to rinse caps before disposing of them A single layer of glued-on paper labels may remain on the container Bags of containers must be stored to avoid exposure to the elements Do not bale or crush containers 15-, 30-, and 55-Gallon Drum Requirements Do not cut drums open Drums can be stored outside, but should be stacked on their sides to prevent rain from entering the bung hole Drums are collected at the end of the season *Electronics collection has a small fee