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Source Separation

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Source separation recycling requires recyclable materials to be stored in separate containers on-site at client locations. This involves customers to play a more hands-on role regarding their recycling program. Successful programs entail additional costs such as time, labor, training, space, and literature.

Materials that are commonly source separately on site:

C & D

C & D
Wood, Metal, Drywall and Cardboard

Inert Materials

Inert Materials
Concrete, Dirt, Rocks, Bricks, Gravel,Asphalt, Sand, Soil, etc

Green Waste

Green Waste
Yard trimmings, tree trimmings, landscape material…etc

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Horse Manure

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Wood/Sawdust
Lumber/Pallets

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Fabric Cuttings

Food Waste/ OrganicsRecycling

Food Waste/ Organics Recycling
Restaurants and Food Establishments

Commingled (Mixed) Recyclables

Commingled
(Mixed)
Recyclables

Mixed Recyclables

Metals

Metals
We purchase high grades and misc. scrap

Plastics

Plastics

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Cardboard
We purchase loose
or baled depending
on the quantity

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White Paper
We purchase loose
or baled depending
on the quantity

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Mixed Paper
We purchase loose
or baled depending
on the quantity

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Beverage
Containers (CRV)
We purchase loose
or baled depending
on the quantity