RJR Recycling was established in 1995 and has been responsible for providing outstanding customer service and competitive rates. Our specialty is providing quality solutions for your recycling needs. Our regular customers particularly value our honest service and quick response time. RJR is located at 1771 San Felipe Road in Hollister, CA
RJR Recycling is now certified by the State of California to purchase any California redemption products. We recycle all types of metals and home appliances. RJR offers a free drop off service of electronic waste from small household items to large office equipment.RJR Recycling offers hauling of roll off boxes for your recycling needs. RJR can also haul equipment to and from job site’s.If you are not familiar with our company and you have questions regarding recycling we would be pleased to hear from you! Please let us know what your needs and questions are, we will be more than happy to help.
Recycling is the ultimate in green living or eco-responsibility. It reduces the amount of garbage packed in landfills that emits poisonous gases, which further damage the ozone layer and pollute land, air and water, making the Earth less livable. Some of the most commonly disposed items that end up in landfills are different types of metal – you have aluminum, stainless steel, iron, copper, etc. – and old home appliances which are usually a combination of metal, plastic, glass and even wood. These items do not decompose quickly, and it’s much faster and more helpful to the environment to recycle or repurpose them.
At our metal recycling facility at RJR recycling, we create the opportunity for junk metals to be reborn as aesthetically appealing and functional items. Knowing that there are people out there who are committed to reducing their waste, or who have creative vision for these materials, our job is to make things easier for them by cleaning and “treating” some flaws of all tin, steel, copper, iron, brass, and aluminum – recycling or repurposing these materials will certainly be a breeze.
We also take care of home appliance recycling. We know that with the quick turnover of technology nowadays, a lot of home appliances such as microwave ovens, refrigerators, water heaters and others get worn out and are disposed of quickly, so even if they are still reparable, they usually end up in junkyard crushers so they will not take up too much space in dump sites. Old home appliances tend to have really good construction, and it is quite a waste to simply crush them that they completely lose their value. At our facility, our commitment is to prevent that from happening. Home appliances may no longer be able to function as they originally did, but their different components may be saved and used for various projects other people may have.
So if you’re all about being green or eco-responsible, and you are dedicated to decreasing the amount of wastagethat “living” creates, you can take all your junk metals, and old and broken home appliances, to our facility. We have the best and safest methods for recycling all these, and what’s even better is that we will pay you to have us recycle your junk. We are certified by the State of California to purchase any redemption products and we also offer drop-off service of home appliance recycling from toaster and microwave ovens to lawn mowers and refrigerators.
Recycling helps reduce the need for new landfills as well as the associated costs related to maintaining these. Furthermore, recycling helps reduce greenhouse emissions by lowering the need to harness building materials and ship these to various locations. Aside from these, recycling helps generate jobs and even saves you money by reducing the costs involved in conventional junk removal.
But which construction and demolition materials can be recycled?
Asphalt pavings can be recycled into new asphalt while land clearing residuals like vegetation can be used in making mulch and compost. Timber, on the other hand, can be repurposed into floorings and furniture, used as fuel, or converted into mulch. Metals like aluminum, steel and copper can be recycled into new metal products. Concrete can be processed and used as road base, filling material and for drainages. Bricks can also be used the same way as concrete and even for the restoration of historical structures.If you want to help save the environment by having the construction and demolition materials on your property recycled, here are a few of the steps you need to undertake. First, make sure that your contractor fully understands your recycling goals and that such an agreement is detailed in the contract. Here, it is worthwhile to make the arrangements to ensure that materials are deconstructed so that the optimal amount of materials can be recovered. Next, you need to develop a recycling plan outlining your goals, the materials to recover, and the tasks of everyone involved.Here at RJR Recycling, we accept steel, tin, cast iron, aluminum, brass, copper, lead, stainless steel for metal recycling. For large quantities of metal, we can provide roll off containers.
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