Can It Be Recycled?

Can It Be Recycled? is a FREE program designed to help you economically and environmentally recycle DIFFICULT-TO-RECYCLE solid wastes.

Businesses and institutions across the United States generate large volumes of solid waste. Once the "easy" recyclables like corrugated and paper are removed from the waste stream, generators are often left with huge volumes of unique, "difficult-to-recycle", wastes resulting in substantial disposal costs.

Nationwide Recycling specializes in recycling "Difficult-To-Recycle" materials. Our Can It Be Recycled? program will help you recycle these wastes. Our staff of engineers specializes in formulating ways to recycle all types of unique rigid and flexible plastics, foams, laminated papers, metal, glass, rubber, and textiles.

To take advantage of our Can It Be Recycled? Program, simply print and fill out a Material Evaluation Form and submit it along with a 5 pound or 5 gallon sample to our Materials Laboratory.

Our Materials Laboratory will then analyze your sample and determine if it can be theoretically and economically recycled, rather than landfilled or incinerated.

Should we determine that your material can indeed be recycled, Nationwide Recycling then prepares a written quotation which outlines the costs to recycle and documents the potential savings versus landfilling or incineration.

We then design and develop a turn-key system for the collection, storage, processing and shipment of your unique waste.

Lastly, Nationwide Recycling will work with you to train employees, install the necessary containers and equipment, and begin a workable recycling program which will save money, meet environmental goals, and comply with existing and proposed recycling legislation.

Customer Satisfaction

To ensure customer satisfaction, Nationwide Recycling sends a Field Representative to each job site to confirm that the difficult-to-recycle material removal and loading is proceeding smoothly.

The Field Representative also performs a basic inspection of the items being placed in our truck or trailer. This enables us, based upon the type and size of the items on board, to send the material to the appropriate Nationwide Recycling destination facility for reprocessing and recycling.

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