Results

For: Paperboard

Listings
View All
default map pin icon Dunn, WI, USA
Expanded listing for: Dunn County Solid Waste
Materials:
Notes
  • Empty, flatten and put caps back on bottles/jars
Exceptions
  • No Motor Oil Bottles/Containers

Description: We manage 7 full service Area Collection Stations as well as the Dunn County Transfer Station and Recycling Center. We are committed to the environment by keeping materials out of the landfill. Besides recycling standard items such as paper and #1 & #2 plastics, residents can also recycle electronics, appliances, motor oil and filters, rechargeable batteries, sharps and more. ReCyclone, Dunn County's recycling mascot, works with the community to promote waste reduction and recycling efforts through education. ReCyclone, "a force of nature for nature" has been spotted at schools, civic organizations, fairs, parades, and festivals.

default map pin icon 1832 Church St. , Norfolk, VA 23504, USA
Expanded listing for: Atlantic Paper Stock
Materials:

Description: Paper and Cardboard - No Phone Books - they pay per pound - Chipboard is accepted but they do not pay for this.

default map pin icon 1169 Oakleigh Drive, East Point, GA 30344, USA
Expanded listing for: Pratt Recycling Atlanta

Hours of Operation

6 am - 5 pm
Materials:

Description: We provide one-stop reduction and recycling solution by offering businesses a compreehensive waste audit. This results in a fully-integrated program to take waste materials - saving customers both time and landfill disposal costs - then convert them into new products. If they can't be recycled, we look for other end-use solutions like fuel for clean energy. Landfill disposal is a last resort. Pratt Recycling is also a full-service recycler, meaning wwe collect more than just paper. We also recycle metals and glass from communities and businesses throught the US, as well as plastics. Specifically, we recycle LDPE shrink film, and PET strapping, PET, HDPE plus #3-7 plastics. Additionally, we source a cariety of previously-landfilled materials - including wood waste and no-recyclable plastics - to fuel a state-of-the-art clean energy plant at our Conyers campus.