Collective Recyclers

We provide intelligent recycling services.
reduce > reuse > recycle. rethink.

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What We Do

Intelligent recycling services

Recycling is smart. It conserves natural resources, increases productivity, creates jobs, and saves us all money in the long run. It is one important part of making a sustainable society.

It's a great idea, but we've only begun to scratch the surface of its potential. Most reusable and recycleable material ends up in the waste stream rather than the reuse and recycling stream.

Collective Recyclers wants to rethink recycling. We know that there is a huge demand for post-consumer goods and materials, and a strong willingness among consumers to supply that demand. What's missing is a way of bringing them together.

Collective Recyclers is changing that. We partner with businesses, community groups, non-profits, government organizations, and citizens to save goods from the landfill, and we leverage our knowledge of regional, national, and international markets to get them where they are needed. While we specialize in textile reuse and recycling, we provide a comprehensive recycling service.

With savvy and commitment, we are making recycling work.

Collection services

We help businesses, organizations, and communities dispose of recyclable and reusable materials in a responsible manner while considerably reducing their disposal costs. On average, the groups we serve experience a reduction by half in waste management costs. Everything we collect is sorted first for reuse, then for recycling; less than 5% of what we collect goes to the landfill. Our service is completely free of charge to your organization. We provide all necessary storage containers, bins, and the like, and we collect from them on a frequent basis, tailored to suit your needs.

We collect a wide variety of goods and materials. Generally anything that might be donated to and resold by a secondhand store is accepted. We do not currently accept furniture, but we do now accept electronics at our Laurel warehouse and at several other locations (E-waste page). We intend to be the first comprehensive recycling service in our region, so as we continue to grow, we will begin accepting even more types of recyclables. Please read our current list of items we accept.

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Sales

We can provide a consistent supply of credential and institutional textiles. We insist on shipping high-quality goods. We can be flexible with the mix we send you, based on your needs.

If you are interested in finding out more about what we can supply, please contact us.

Areas we serve

We're currently operating hubs in Billings, Helena, Bozeman/Livingston, and elsewhere. Check back soon for a comprehensive list, including fully interactive map.

Why It Matters

reduce > reuse > recycle. rethink.

‘Reduce, reuse, recycle’ is the accepted waste management hierarchy, describing an approach that reaps the maximum benefit from material resources while generating the minimum amount of waste. To this we would add another ‘R’: rethink.

There has been a welcome upsurge in attention given to recycling in recent years. Unfortunately there hasn't been as great an emphasis on reuse. Reuse is less energy-intensive and generates less waste than recycling goods into materials. Collecting for reuse helps those in developing countries supply themselves with the necessities of living. And collection for reuse produces more jobs than any other form of waste management.

Collective Recyclers is all about applying practical intelligence to the problems of waste, especially when there is a poorly met need in much of the world for what is being discarded, and the waste directly and indirectly harms our shared environment. We focus strongly on diverting goods from the waste stream for reuse, only resorting to recycling materials when reuse is impossible. And our reuse/recycling model involves extending collection services deeply into less-populated areas which have previously been neglected.

Please read our White Paper, Textile Reuse and Recycling As an Environmentally and Socially Responsible Practicepdf icon, for an in-depth analysis of how textile recycling benefits people and their environment. If you're interested in recycling in general, you can keep abreast of the latest recycling news by browsing our news feeds.

Environmental Benefits

The depositing of waste in landfills has numerous primary and secondary negative effects on the natural environment.

Primary effects

  • Loss of natural habitat: Textiles in the landfill, in common with many other ostensibly bio-degradable items, will decompose very slowly in the extant anaerobic conditions, and considering their large bulk, occupy a significant space in the landfill, contributing to landfill growth.
  • Pollution: To the extent that it does decompose, textile waste is converted into methane gas, which must be burnt, releasing polluting combustion products, or released into the atmosphere, contributing to global warming and climate change.

Secondary effects

  • Replacement: Serviceable clothing that is not reused must be replaced with new clothing. The production of this clothing is energy-intensive, creates its own pollution, puts pressure on virgin resources, & calls for the use of large quantities of dyes and fixing agents which are harmful to the environment.
  • Transportation: The transportation of both the raw materials and finished product constitutes a considerable environmental burden in terms of energy consumption as well as pollution.

For Collective Recyclers, the primary emphasis is on reuse. Over 95% of what we collect is reused, the majority of the remainder recycled. Together, these practices fill a demand that would otherwise require the environmentally harmful process of manufacturing and distributing new products, most from manufacturers operating under lax environmental standards, while also keeping tons of perfectly good material out of the landfill, mitigating both the primary and secondary effects of landfill dumping.

See our white paperpdf icon for references and more detail.

Meeting Needs

The majority of textiles that are reclaimed will ultimately find their way to populations enduring economic hardship, predominantly in developing countries. There is a strong need amongst these peoples—who must subsist in the best of times on an income that is only a small fraction of that enjoyed by citizens of wealthy industrialized nations—for affordable clothing, shoes, and other common items such as books and household items.

Textile reclamation has an undeniably salutary effect on the lives of consumers in developing countries. The clothing and other items made available by the trade in second-hand clothing in those countries is more affordable than either domestic or imported new clothing. A number of studies have demonstrated that all socio-economic groups are aided on the consumption side by the second-hand clothing trade, but especially the rural poor. All data suggest that textile reclamation improves the quality of life in developing countries, especially for the poorest amongst them. In this way it operates similarly to thrift and second-hand stores in wealthy nations.

See our white paperpdf icon for references and more detail.

Jobs All Round

Textile reuse and recycling operations bring jobs all along the line, from the point of collection all the way to points of sale in local enonomies the world over.

In general, reuse industries sustain a great many more jobs within the United States than the ‘traditional’ waste-disposal industry per volume. For instance, while a landfill and incineration facility will sustain one job per 10,000 tons of waste per year, and a conventional materials recovery facility will need ten workers for the same volume of waste, textile reclamation will put eighty-five people to work. Textile reclamation ranks third behind only computer reuse and plastic product recycling in job creation within the recycling industry itself.

There exists a broad field of opportunity created by second-hand imports in developing countries both for entrepreneurs and labor. In Ghana alone, for instance, 150,000 people work in the second-hand clothing sector. These tend to be better-paying jobs. For example, in Rwanda ‘budgets obtained from both tailors and used clothing retailers indicate that self-employment earnings in used clothing retailing exceed those in tailoring by 10 to 50 percent’. Again, ‘all the data suggest that operators’ net incomes tend to be significantly above the average in urban Zimbabwe’.

See our white paperpdf icon for references and more detail.

Recycling News Feeds

Novelis invests in automotive aluminum recycling capacity - Recycling Today


Recycling Today

Novelis invests in automotive aluminum recycling capacity
Recycling Today
The aluminum rolling and recycling firm Novelis, headquartered in Atlanta, has completed a $48 million investment at its automotive scrap recycling facility in Oswego, New York. The company says the project expands upon its recent growth in Oswego to ...
Novelis shows off $48 million aluminum recycling facility in ScribaSyracuse.com
Novelis Commissions $48 Million Automotive Closed-Loop Recycling ...PR Newswire (press release)
Novelis Expanding Automotive Scrap Aluminum Recycling Unit in New Yorkwaste360
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Posted to recycling - Google News

Posted on 28 January 2015 | 6:20 am

Mitsubishi Technology Enables Low-Cost Wastewater Recycling - Environmental Leader


Mitsubishi Technology Enables Low-Cost Wastewater Recycling
Environmental Leader
Mitsubishi Electric has developed a water treatment technology that enables industrial wastewater and sewage to be recycled on a low-cost basis. The company says the technology efficiently removes persistent organic substances in wastewater by using ...

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Posted on 28 January 2015 | 5:43 am

Haulers Beginning to Embrace Route Optimization Tools

Private haulers are increasingly investing in route optimization software, which can reduce fuel costs and provide route planning options.

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Posted on 28 January 2015 | 3:27 am

Nashville’s PHG Energy Buys Florida Waste-to-Energy Facility

PHG Energy of Nashville has purchased a waste-to-energy (WTE) operation and other assets in the bankruptcy of MaxWest Environmental Systems Inc.

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Posted on 28 January 2015 | 3:00 am

Tuscaloosa will ask for more than $340000 in recycling grants - Tuscaloosa News (subscription)


Tuscaloosa will ask for more than $340000 in recycling grants
Tuscaloosa News (subscription)
Four additional recycling drop-off containers for county residents. - Cardboard recycling containers and recycling carts for four Tuscaloosa County schools. - Recycling trailers, recycling bins and other items for Shelton State. - A new cargo van and ...

Posted to recycling - Google News

Posted on 27 January 2015 | 10:19 pm

Work at Bridgeton Landfill Causing Strong Odors

<a href="http://www.ksdk.com/">KSDK.com</a>
A foul smell is wafting across parts of north St. Louis County this weekend and it's coming from the smoldering Bridgeton Landfill.

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Posted on 27 January 2015 | 2:18 pm

U.S. Fuel Prices Remain Down for Now

<a href="http://fleetowner.com/">Fleet Owner</a>
Average retail pump prices for diesel and gasoline continued to decline across the U.S. with two minor exceptions, according to data tracked by the Energy Information Administration (EIA), though an uptick in global oil prices and a slowdown in domestic production activity could change things.

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Posted on 27 January 2015 | 2:15 pm

Minneapolis City Council Aides Visit Cuba to Learn About Composting

<a href="http://www.startribune.com/">StarTribune.com</a>
Two Minneapolis City Council aides were part of a Twin Cities group that recently spent more than a week in Cuba, visiting co-ops and compost sites and picking up information on urban agriculture.

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Posted on 27 January 2015 | 2:13 pm

DeKalb County, Ill., Formalizing Landfill Fees

<a href="http://www.daily-chronicle.com/">Daily Chronicle</a>
A new agreement between Waste Management and DeKalb County will generate more revenue as more solid waste is dumped at the landfill outside Cortland – money long earmarked for the jail expansion.

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Posted on 27 January 2015 | 2:10 pm

San Bernardino County Approves Landfill Solar Array

<a href="http://www.vvdailypress.com/">The Daily Press</a>
A 10-megawatt solar farm is going to spring up out of unused desert land destined for landfill expansion, following unanimous approval by the county’s Planning Commission.

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Posted on 27 January 2015 | 2:08 pm

Alameda County, Calif., Seeks to Crack Down on Illegally Dumping Mattresses

<a href="http://www.contracostatimes.com/">Contra Costa Times</a>
Alameda County recyclers want to find out if financial incentives or "bounties" can help reduce blight associated with illegally dumped mattresses, county waste management agency StopWaste announced Monday.

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Posted on 27 January 2015 | 2:06 pm

Recycling Resumes, Morgantown, W.Va. Switches to Republic

<a href="http://www.thedaonline.com/">The Daily Athenaeum</a>
After an emergency situation that led to a 48-hour moratorium on all recyclables, Monongalia County has switched from Solid Waste Authority to Republic Services for its recycling collection.

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Posted on 27 January 2015 | 2:03 pm

Florida Town Delays Tipping Fee Settlement Vote

<a href="http://jacksonville.com/">Jacksonville.com</a>
Atlantic Beach city commissioners in a split vote Monday deferred until next month action on the proposed settlement of a dispute over landfill tipping fees with the city of Jacksonville.

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Posted on 27 January 2015 | 2:00 pm

Marquette, Mich. Seeks to Expand Recycling Options

<a href="http://www.uppermichiganssource.com/">Upper Michigan's Source</a>
After eight months of success Marquette is looking to expand their recycling program.

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Posted on 27 January 2015 | 1:58 pm

Ohio's Medina County Finding Early Success with New Recycling Scheme

<a href="http://www.cleveland.com/">Cleveland.com</a>
Two weeks into Medina County's transition to a "sum of all parts" recycling program, aimed at boosting recycling rates and reducing costs, signs are good that it could be a success.

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Posted on 27 January 2015 | 1:35 pm

After the storm: Garbage and recycling collection remains suspended - SILive.com


SILive.com

After the storm: Garbage and recycling collection remains suspended
SILive.com
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Garbage and recycling collection on Staten Island and citywide will continue to be suspended on Wednesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio said early Tuesday afternoon. De Blasio made the announcement during a press conference on the ...

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Posted on 27 January 2015 | 1:04 pm

East, West Rockhill closing recycling centers - Montgomery Newspapers


East, West Rockhill closing recycling centers
Montgomery Newspapers
West Rockhill >> East Rockhill closed its recycling center the beginning of this year. West Rockhill is doing the same on Feb. 3. In each case, the reason is the same — “costs” — West Rockhill Township Board of Supervisors Chairman Jay Keyser said at ...

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Posted on 27 January 2015 | 12:29 pm

Mom of 3 accused of dumping baby found in recycling - USA TODAY


MyFox Detroit

Mom of 3 accused of dumping baby found in recycling
USA TODAY
ROSEVILLE, Mich. — A young mother who has three other children is expected to be arraigned Wednesday on murder and other charges in the death of a newborn whose body was found among waste nearly two weeks ago at a recycling center. Roseville ...
Roseville police chief: Death of baby found at recycling center a homicideMLive.com
Mother of newborn baby found in Roseville recycling center to be chargedMyFox Detroit
Police: Baby found had been delivered in garageDetroit Free Press
LifeNews.com -Santa Cruz Sentinel
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Posted on 27 January 2015 | 11:24 am

Medina County's new recycling plan shows early signs of success - cleveland.com (blog)


Medina County's new recycling plan shows early signs of success
cleveland.com (blog)
County officials already knew how committed many residents are to recycling based on statistics gathered under the old recycling plan, which focused more on the county's trash sorting equipment than citizen participation. With little to no ...

Posted to recycling - Google News

Posted on 27 January 2015 | 11:15 am

Somerset County announces recycling pickups delayed - NJ.com


Somerset County announces recycling pickups delayed
NJ.com
Somerset County recycling pickups have been postponed for Tuesday, Jan. 27, and may be delayed the remainder of the week due to the predicted severe weather. Recycling pickups will commence in Bedminster, Bernardsville, Peapack-Gladstone, Far Hills ...

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Posted on 27 January 2015 | 10:08 am

Containing Food Waste Contamination Essential for Anaerobic Digestion

Christine McKiernan
Depending on its source, food waste can be highly contaminated with a variety of other materials. This contamination can cause significant operational issues for digester components.

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Posted on 27 January 2015 | 9:34 am

Novelis Expanding Automotive Scrap Aluminum Recycling Unit in New York

Novelis Inc. has completed $48 million upgrade of its automotive scrap aluminum recycling operation in Oswego, N.Y.

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Posted on 27 January 2015 | 3:00 am

Mother arrested after dead baby found at recycling site - The Detroit News


The Detroit News

Mother arrested after dead baby found at recycling site
The Detroit News
Roseville — A 24-year-old woman has been arrested in the death and abandonment of her newborn baby found earlier this month in a recycling center, Chief James Berlin said Monday. The woman had been pregnant and acquaintances were suspicious ...
Mystery of dead baby found in Roseville recycling center leads police to St ...MLive.com
Arrest made in case of dead baby found in RosevilleDetroit Free Press
Eastpointe woman to be charged in death of baby found at Roseville recycling ...WDIV Detroit
WXYZ -WOODTV.com -MyFox Detroit
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Posted on 27 January 2015 | 2:10 am

Janesville offers free overflow recycling drop-offs - Janesville Gazette


Janesville offers free overflow recycling drop-offs
Janesville Gazette
Details: Assistant Operations Director Kamron Nielson said the city will accept any single-stream recyclables residents would normally place in their curbside recycling bins, including cardboard, paper, and glass and plastic containers. Residents will ...
Butte, Testing Curbside Recycling Planwaste360

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Posted on 26 January 2015 | 6:07 pm

Missourians Fed Up With Coal Ash Disposal Plans

<a href="http://www.kmaland.com/">KMA Land</a>
According to the first ever federal standards on coal ash, the toxic waste from burning coal should not be dumped in landfills on unstable terrain because of the risk of groundwater contamination.

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Posted on 26 January 2015 | 4:04 pm

Obstacle Emerges to Proposed Southeast Kansas Landfill

The Associated Press
After nearly seven months of debate, a major obstacle has emerged to a proposed southeast Kansas landfill.

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Posted on 26 January 2015 | 4:02 pm

New Orleans, Landfill Operators Settle Suit with Land Owner

<a href="http://www.theneworleansadvocate.com/">New Orleans Advocate</a>
The city of New Orleans and the operators of a New Orleans East landfill that opened after Hurricane Katrina and quickly became the region’s busiest dump have agreed to pay $8 million to settle a long-running lawsuit with a group of people who actually own the property on which the landfill sits.

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Posted on 26 January 2015 | 3:57 pm

Fire Hits Green Waste Recycling Facility in Ontario, Calif.

<a href="http://abc7.com/">ABC7.com</a>
Plumes of smoke could be seen Sunday rising from a fire at a green waste recycling facility in Ontario, as firefighters continued to battle flames that began the previous night.

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Posted on 26 January 2015 | 3:55 pm

GBB to Reviews Potential Fort Bragg WTE Project

<a href="http://www.recyclingtoday.com/">Recycling Today</a>
The environmental consulting firm Gershman, Brickner & Bratton Inc. (GBB), Fairfax, Virginia, has been selected by the city of Fayetteville, North Carolina, to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of its solid waste management services.

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Posted on 26 January 2015 | 3:53 pm

West Africa a "Dumping Site" for E-Waste

<a href="http://www.itwebafrica.com/">IT Web Africa</a>
West Africa has become a landing site for electrical and electronic equipment waste (e-waste), according to an Ericsson official.

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Posted on 26 January 2015 | 3:51 pm

Amcor, Coca-Cola and Others Give $300K to Spur Recycling in South Carolina

<a href="http://www.foodproductiondaily.com/">Food Production Daily</a>
The city of Columbia, South Carolina, has received a $300k grant to modernize its residential recycling program, thanks to a collaboration between The Coca-Cola Company, major packaging suppliers, packaging industry associations and a non-profit organization.

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Posted on 26 January 2015 | 3:48 pm

Minneapolis To Offer Organics Recycling

<a href="http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/">CBS Minnesota</a>
The city of Minneapolis is rolling out organics recycling for those interested in the option.

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Posted on 26 January 2015 | 3:46 pm

Boise Exploring Curbside Compost Pickup

<a href="http://www.ktvb.com/">KTVB.com</a>
Officials say 1,300 to 1,400 tons of trash are brought to the Ada County Landfill every day, but now an advisory council has been formed to reduce that amount.

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Posted on 26 January 2015 | 3:43 pm

Butte, Testing Curbside Recycling Plan

<a href="http://www.nbcmontana.com/">NBC Montana</a>
Butte-Silver Bow's Public Works Department is getting ready to start a new curbside recycling pilot program for some residents.

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Posted on 26 January 2015 | 3:40 pm

Republic Has Long Tried to Contain the Effects of the Bridgeton Landfill Fire

The operational challenges involving the Bridgeton landfill in Missouri didn’t begin with the class action lawsuit filed in 2013. In fact, Republic Services has already invested more than $125 million to control the impacts of the pyrolysis at Bridgeton.

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Posted on 26 January 2015 | 12:51 pm

California’s Orange County Starting Landfill Gas-to-Energy Unit

California’s Orange County has starting a $60 million landfill gas-to-energy operation near Irvine.

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Posted on 26 January 2015 | 3:00 am

Rally to Oppose NYC Transfer Station Bill

Nearly 100 people participated in a rally on the steps of City Hall in New York City in opposition to a bill that would cap the percentage of the city’s waste that can be handled in any one community district.

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Posted on 26 January 2015 | 2:33 am

Mayor Ends Waste-to-Energy Incinerator Plans in Hawaii

<a href="http://westhawaiitoday.com/">West Hawaii Today</a>
Citing uncertainty about oil prices and instability in the ownership of the state’s electric utility, Mayor Billy Kenoi on Friday yanked the plug on a proposed waste-to-energy incinerator.

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Posted on 25 January 2015 | 2:07 pm

Texas Bills Aim to Keep E-Waste Out of Landfills

<a href="http://www.houstonchronicle.com/">Houston Chronicle</a>
Concerned about safety hazards of electronic waste, Democratic lawmakers are recycling legislation from last session that aims to curb disposal of computers and equipment in landfills.

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Posted on 25 January 2015 | 2:05 pm

Vail, Colo., Likely to Ban Plastic Shopping Bags

<a href="http://www.vaildaily.com/">Vail Daily</a>
Town officials here have been talking for more than five years about environmental initiatives. After passing recycling rules in 2014, the town this year seems ready to tackle shopping bags.

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Posted on 25 January 2015 | 2:02 pm

In Brooklyn, Fertile Ground for a Wind Turbine

Four years in the making, the new wind turbine in Sunset Park is expected to provide 4 percent of the power consumed by a recycling plant.

Posted to NYT > Recycling of Waste Materials

Posted on 15 January 2015 | 10:00 pm

Garbage Incinerators Make Comeback, Kindling Both Garbage and Debate

With the country’s record-setting trash output unyielding, new waste-to-energy plants are being considered, raising concerns about emissions.

Posted to NYT > Recycling of Waste Materials

Posted on 10 January 2015 | 10:00 pm

Recycling Electronic Waste Responsibly: Excuses Dwindle

With more retail chains offering drop-off bins, and as certifying boards hold recyclers to high standards, it is becoming easier to properly dispose of old devices.

Posted to NYT > Recycling of Waste Materials

Posted on 31 December 2014 | 10:00 pm

Paper Is Not Just for Wrapping

Made from old newspapers and magazines, the decorations will prettify your home year-round.

Posted to NYT > Recycling of Waste Materials

Posted on 10 December 2014 | 10:00 pm

Lessons From an Ancient Time When Recyclers Walked the Earth

Archaeologists working at Qesem Cave in Israel discovered tools that indicated a prehistoric commitment to limiting waste.

Posted to NYT > Recycling of Waste Materials

Posted on 1 December 2014 | 10:00 pm

Finding Takers for Lonely Leftovers in a Culinary Nook of the Sharing Economy

There are roughly 100 sites for sharing food in Germany, where concern about waste has grown in recent years.

Posted to NYT > Recycling of Waste Materials

Posted on 26 November 2014 | 10:00 pm

The Side Effects of Consumerism

In the United States, packaging makes up about 30 percent of all municipal solid waste. Mindful of the environment and their bottom lines, companies are trying to reduce that.

Posted to NYT > Recycling of Waste Materials

Posted on 20 November 2014 | 11:00 am

From India, Chemicals for Cleaning Up

An interview with Pramod Chaudhari, the founder of Praj Industries, which speciales in bioethanol, waste-water and biochemical technologies.

Posted to NYT > Recycling of Waste Materials

Posted on 20 November 2014 | 11:00 am

The Circular Economy of Recycled Paper

By cutting down on waste, and using recycled and alternative fibers, a Dutch mill has put a new face on an industry often linked to deforestation.

Posted to NYT > Recycling of Waste Materials

Posted on 19 November 2014 | 11:00 am

Nothing Goes to Waste

An exhibition dedicated to contemporary Latin American design, craft and art opens in New York.

Posted to NYT > Recycling of Waste Materials

Posted on 29 October 2014 | 10:00 pm

Who We Are

Collective Recyclers was founded in 2010 with the vision of creating the first comprehensive recycling hub network in Montana with productive spokes in four states (Montana, Wyoming, North and South Dakota), working with communities in order to reduce the environmental and economic costs to everybody of filling landfills with ‘trash’ that has value, and to create a positive synergy within those communities.

Meet the people who make it work below.

Erik Little

Erik Little

Personal & Contact Info

  • Owner/Founder
Josue Espinosa

Josue Erasmo Espinosa Capellan

Personal & Contact Info

  • South American Sales & Communications
Dale Dove

Dale Dove

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  • Billings Hub Maintenance Man & Driver
LeeAnne Fusco

LeeAnne Fusco

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  • Billings Hub Warehouse Supervisor
Yvonne Proeller

Yvonne Proeller

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  • Textile & Shoe Sorter
Pablo Ramirez

Pablo Ramirez

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  • Billings Hub Warehouse Worker & Sorter

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Collective Recyclers
1315 Allendale Road
Laurel, MT 59044
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Tel: 1-406-628-5855
Fax: 1-406-206-0200

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