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Paper Recycling Companies in North Carolina
5 companies listed

Greensboro,North Carolina,United States
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Since Dec, 2020
Shamrock Shredding, LLC. Shamrock Shredding is an on-site document and hard drive destruction company. We come to you and provide the most secure and economical means of disposing your paper documents and hard drives. We offer both scheduled service and one time purge service. Shamrock Shredding is…
Raleigh,North Carolina,United States
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Since Dec, 2020
Shred Instead is a AAA NAID Certified, family owned mobile document destruction company dedicated to providing professional shredding services with a personal touch. We are strategically positioned to serve government, residential, and commercial customers in Maryland, Washington, DC, Delaware, Southern…
Sylva,North Carolina,United States
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Since Jul, 2014
Established in 1995, Jackson Paper is the largest manufacturer of recycled paper in North Carolina. We are proud of that distinction and proud to be a locally-owned manufacturing company. We are one of the largest private employers in Jackson County. Our workers are highly-skilled and dedicated, and…
Charlotte,North Carolina,United States
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Since Jul, 2014
Plyler Paper Stock Company has been recycling in Charlotte for over twenty eight years. We have experienced steady growth and expansion over the years making us one of Charlotte's leading paper recyclers! We attribute our success to Our continued dedication to our customersSuperior serviceCompetitive…
Asheville,North Carolina,United States
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Fifty years ago Carl V. McMahan notices the bits of paper and metal he was picking up as a garbage truck driver for city of Asheville and saw the markings of a novel business. So McMahan traded in the Model A Ford for a 2-ton truck and spent $150 on a hand press that would crush scraps into bales. When…
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