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About Recycling Bluefield WV

The recycling circle in Bluefield begins with collecting and processing secondary materials, which then become ingredients in recycled-content products. When consumers choose recycled products, they create a loop that ensures the overall success and value of recycling. Recycled-content products are made from materials that would otherwise have been discarded.

Brushfork Recycling
(304) 589-7377
Rr 5 Box 336
Bluefield, WV
 
Empire Salvage & Recycling Inc
(304) 425-6046
Route 460
Princeton, WV
 
Riverjack Recycling
(276) 979-1943
815 W Riverside Dr
North Tazewell, VA
 
Hegesville Recycling Center
(304) 267-9370
Eagle Plaza
Hedgesville, WV

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SDR Plastics
(304) 273-5326
PO Box 248
Ravenswood, WV

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Auto Recycling
(304) 325-9456
Country Girl Rd
Bluefield, WV
 
Recycle West Virginia Llp
(304) 425-1788
951 Virginian Industrial Park
Princeton, WV
 
Argonaut
(304) 697-4513
P.O. Box 3066
Huntington, WV

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Argonaut
(800) 527-4662
519 Bridge St.
Huntington, WV

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P.C. RENEWAL
(304) 291-8550
3848 GRAFTON ROAD
MORGANTOWN, WV

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The recycling circle begins with collecting and processing secondary materials, which then become ingredients in recycled-content products. When consumers choose recycled products, they create a loop that ensures the overall success and value of recycling. Recycled-content products are made from materials that would otherwise have been discarded. Items in this category are made totally or partially from material destined for disposal or recovered from industrial activities - like aluminum soda cans or newspaper. Recycled-content products also can be items that are rebuilt or remanufactured from used products, such as toner cartridges or computers. According to the EPA, there are more than 4,500 recycled-content products available, ranging from aluminum cans, car bumpers and newspapers to carpeting, motor oil and laundry detergent bottles. Postconsumer content refers to material from recycled products that were used by consumers or businesses and would otherwise be discarded as waste. If a product is labeled "recycled content," some of the product material might not be postconsumer content collected through a local recycling program, but may have come from excess or damaged items generated during normal manufacturing processes. Recyclable products can be collected and remanufactured into new products after they've been used. These products do not necessarily contain recycled materials and only benefit the environment if people recycle them after use. Check with your local recycling program to determine which items are recyclable in your community. Source: www.epa.gov/epaoswer/non-hw/muncpl/buyrec.htm

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