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Commercial Recycling Made Easy
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Our 60,000 square foot Material Recovery Facility (MRF) utilizes the latest state of the art sorting, screening and baling technology to process your cardboard, paper, plastics, metals, and electronics for reuse by end users. Recycle loads are delivered into our facility from customer locations and third party vendors for processing and final shipment to area mills to create a new product from recycled materials.
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Material Recovery Facility Information
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Materials are separated by material type and grade which are then introduced to the loading hopper and begin to travel through the processing system. Materials will receive a pre sort before entering our Star Screen, which will separate cardboard and mix paper from all other recycle materials. Plastics, Aluminum and other recycle materials are also pre sorted during this time before they enter the screening area. Sorted cardboard will travel onto a secondary conveyor belt where it will enter the baler for final processing. All other sorted recycle materials are placed into holding bins until enough material is collected to make a bale.

We offer a drop off center for all 3rd party vendors to deliver cardboard, paper, and plastics in smaller quantities.

2400 Vinson Street Dallas, TX 75212
Monday-Friday: 8am-4pm
Saturday: 8am-12pm

2400 Vinson Street Dallas, TX 75212
Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm
Saturday: 8am-12pm

Please contact us to inquire more information on how you can deliver recycle material to the facility
For More Information Contact Us 214.637.6500
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Around 1 billion trees worth of paper are thrown away every year in the U.S.

Every ton of recycled paper saves more than 3.3 cubic yards of landfill space

It takes 24 trees to make 1 ton of newspaper

An average American uses 465 trees worth of paper during their lifetime

Over 50 percent of the aluminum cans produced are recycled

The energy you save by recycling a single aluminum can will run a TV for three hours

Americans use 2,500,000 plastic bottles every hour and most are not recycled
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