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

Poole to Succeed Perry as Waste Industries Chairman

Ven Poole will succeed Jim Perry as chairman of Waste Industries USA Inc. beginning March 31.

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Posted on 5 March 2015 | 3:00 am

City DPW picks up recycling recognition - Daily Item


News On 6

City DPW picks up recycling recognition
Daily Item
LYNN — It's only been three months, but the new trash program has increased recycling so much that the city has been named a finalist for the state's annual recycling awards. And residents can help vote the city to victory. “Vote for it!” said city ...
Weather impacts Tulsa trash, recycling pick upKOKI FOX 23
City Of Tulsa: Icy Streets Hampering Trash CollectionNews On 6

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Posted to recycling - Google News

Posted on 5 March 2015 | 1:13 am

Program Strives to Get Discarded Mattresses Out of Landfills

Tagged mattresses and box springs are being pulled off streets of Alameda County, Calif., thanks to a bounty-inspired pilot project to recycle this stream of illegally dumped, costly-to-cleanup waste.

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Posted on 5 March 2015 | 1:06 am

Belleville awarded recycling grant - NorthJersey.com


NorthJersey.com

Belleville awarded recycling grant
NorthJersey.com
New Jersey's municipalities will receive more than $15 million in state recycling grants to help implement and enhance local recycling efforts, Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin recently announced. Belleville is receiving ...

Posted to recycling - Google News

Posted on 4 March 2015 | 10:55 pm

Gold Recycling: New Report Examines the Evolving Industry That Contributes a ... - MarketWatch


The Hindu

Gold Recycling: New Report Examines the Evolving Industry That Contributes a ...
MarketWatch
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, Mar 05, 2015 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- "The Ups and Downs of Gold Recycling: Understanding Market Drivers and Industry Challenges," written and published today by the World Gold Council and The Boston Consulting ...
The Ups and Downs of Gold RecyclingCommodities Now
Global gold recycling fell to 7-year low in 2014: ReportThe Hindu
Supply of gold from recycling to remain lower this year – WGCThe Bullion Desk
Creamer Media's Mining Weekly -Daijiworld.com
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Posted to recycling - Google News

Posted on 4 March 2015 | 10:02 pm

County sees e-waste recycling boom - DeKalb Daily Chronicle


County sees e-waste recycling boom
DeKalb Daily Chronicle
Thousands of pounds of waste have been recycled by county residents since last March, but it's not the traditionally gross, grimy trash. More than a half-million pounds of electronics have been dropped off at sites in DeKalb, Sycamore and Genoa ...

Posted to recycling - Google News

Posted on 4 March 2015 | 9:19 pm

County recycling numbers look good - Mason City Globe Gazette


County recycling numbers look good
Mason City Globe Gazette
FOREST CITY - Better than a drop off rate, Waste Management's Lou Lorenson said of Winnebago County's recycling participation. Lorenson shared curbside recycling results with the Winnebago County Board of Supervisors on Feb. 24. Waste management ...
Editorial: Garbage rates going up; county left that part outOroville Mercury Register
Where does this go?Cochrane Eagle

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Posted to recycling - Google News

Posted on 4 March 2015 | 5:54 pm

Electronic recycling event held in Oregon - Ogle County News


Electronic recycling event held in Oregon
Ogle County News
Derrick Stone, center, and Steve Rypkema, director of Ogle County Solid Waste Management Department, left, unload computer towers during the electronic recycling day in Oregon last Friday. The next electronic recycling event will be March 27. Photo by ...

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Posted on 4 March 2015 | 2:40 pm

Hartford, Conn., Landfill Officially Closes after 75 years

<a href="http://www.hartfordbusiness.com/">HartfordBusiness.com</a>
Ten months after its final capping project was complete, the Hartford landfill was declared officially closed in March after 75 years of service.

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Posted on 4 March 2015 | 2:36 pm

Weather causes trash, Recycling and yard waste pickup delays - Herald-Mail Media


Greensboro News & Record

Weather causes trash, Recycling and yard waste pickup delays
Herald-Mail Media
All trash/recycling/yard waste collections the rest of this week will be delayed one day. We will resume collections early Friday morning. Residents of the City of Hagerstown can assist with collection during weather events with high winds by doing the ...
Bourne Recycling: Banning Plastic Bags Has Many BenefitsCapeNews.net

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Posted on 4 March 2015 | 2:31 pm

Georgia Sanitation Worker Sent to Jail for Picking Up Too Early

<a href="http://www.wsbtv.com/">WSBTV.com</a>
A sanitation worker says he was thrown in jail for picking up trash too early in the morning.

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Posted on 4 March 2015 | 2:30 pm

Anchorage Proposes Sale of Solid Waste Services’ Collection Unit

<a href="http://www.ktva.com/">KTVA.com</a>
The Municipality of Anchorage is proposing to sell the collections division of Solid Waste Services.

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Posted on 4 March 2015 | 2:28 pm

Supervisors Approve Private Operation of Sonoma County, Calif., Landfill

<a href="http://www.pressdemocrat.com/">The Press Democrat</a>
A decade after its Central Landfill was closed by water-quality regulators, Sonoma County officials signed off on a series of agreements Tuesday that represent the final step in an arduous effort to permanently transfer responsibility for the 170-acre dump to a private company.

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Posted on 4 March 2015 | 2:25 pm

Electric Garbage Trucks: Huge Energy Savings And They Won't Wake You Up In The Morning

<a href="http://www.forbes.com/">Forbes</a>
If one really wants to cut down on fuel use through electrification of vehicles, it might make sense to focus on the types of vehicles in which the most energy consumption is concentrated. And one of the biggest, nastiest (and loudest) such vehicles – offering the greatest potential for improvement – is your unfriendly neighborhood garbage truck.

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Posted on 4 March 2015 | 2:23 pm

Efficiency in the Kitchen to Reduce Food Waste

<a href="http://www.nytimes.com/">The New York Times</a>
Mandated composting reflects a deeper shift in the mood of the nation’s cooks, one in which wasting food is unfashionable.

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Posted on 4 March 2015 | 2:19 pm

Newton County, Ga., Mulls Public-Private Partnership for Expanded Regional Landfill

<a href="http://www.newtoncitizen.com/">Newton Citizen</a>
Newton County officials are mulling significant changes to the scope and size of the county’s landfill, potentially relieving the county of millions of dollars in liability, ending a years-long lawsuit in which the state Supreme Court three times ruled against Newton County, and even bringing in a revenue stream that could help fund community improvements for residents who live near what would be an approximately 900-acre site.

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Posted on 4 March 2015 | 2:17 pm

Public Supports Recycling, Green Waste Programs in Hawaii

<a href="http://westhawaiitoday.com/">West Hawaii Today</a>
Dozens of people came out Tuesday to support two nonbinding resolutions asking the administration to seek long-term contracts to divert materials from the county’s two landfills.

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Posted on 4 March 2015 | 2:14 pm

California Sues Glass Company Over Hazardous Waste in Wine Bottles

The Associated Press
California’s Department of Toxic Substances Control says it is suing a glass company for violating recycling laws after it added hazardous waste dust to wine bottles made at its Modesto plant.

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Posted on 4 March 2015 | 2:10 pm

Virginia County Approves New Organic Waste Processing Facility

<a href="http://americancityandcounty.com/">American City & County</a>
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors (Va.) has approved the development of a facility to process yard waste, food scraps and wood waste at the county’s Balls Ford Road composting facility.

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Posted on 4 March 2015 | 2:08 pm

Public supports recycling, green waste programs - West Hawaii Today


Public supports recycling, green waste programs
West Hawaii Today
The resolutions, sponsored by Kohala Councilwoman Margaret Wille, target recyclable materials and green waste. The council Environmental Management Committee listened to more than 35 testifiers, but hadn't voted on the resolutions by press-time ...

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Posted on 4 March 2015 | 11:17 am

Winter Bros. Buys Progressive’s Long Island Waste, Recycling Business

Winter Bros. Waste Systems has purchased the Long Island, N.Y., waste and recycling operations of Progressive Waste Solutions Ltd. for an undisclosed amount.

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Posted on 4 March 2015 | 3:00 am

Turning Waste Tires into Energy

Waste360 recently sat down with the GCE’s Chief Development Officer Steven Mann to discuss the state of tire waste-to-energy projects in the U.S. and where the company fits in.

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Posted on 4 March 2015 | 2:33 am

Starve a Landfill

Restaurants, home cooks and now a growing number of cities are embracing the belief that efficiency, composting and wasting less in the kitchen are just smart economics.

Posted to NYT > Recycling of Waste Materials

Posted on 3 March 2015 | 10:00 pm

Even Composting Comes With Sticker Shock

Stickers have become all too common in grocery stores, creating headaches for composters.

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Posted on 3 March 2015 | 10:00 pm

Pridgen prompts City Hall on recycling - WGRZ-TV


WGRZ-TV

Pridgen prompts City Hall on recycling
WGRZ-TV
Buffalo Common Council President Darius Pridgen knows the city's recycling rate is well below the national average of 34 percent. In an effort to boost the recycling program, he has gained approval from his colleagues for a resolution that proscribes ...

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Posted on 3 March 2015 | 6:03 pm

With $260M, Raleigh-based Waste Industries Looks For Deals

Triangle Business Journal
Raleigh-based Waste Industries has completed a $975 million refinancing of existing credit facilities – with $260 million to be used for acquisitions and corporate purposes.

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Posted on 3 March 2015 | 3:10 pm

Delaware Landfill Agency Sees Improving Outlook

<a href="http://www.delawareonline.com/">DelawareOnline.com</a>
After years of rising rates, layoffs and declining revenues, the public authority that manages Delaware’s municipal waste landfills is reporting a business upturn.

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Posted on 3 March 2015 | 3:02 pm

Appeals Court Denies Sandia, N.M., Landfill Challenge

<a href="http://www.freeabq.com/">ABQ Free Press</a>
The New Mexico Court of Appeals has rejected a claim by an environmental group that the New Mexico Environment Department unlawfully approved a long-term monitoring and maintenance plan for the Mixed Waste Landfill on Kirtland Air Force Base.

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Posted on 3 March 2015 | 3:00 pm

“Hard-to-Recycle” Plastics Targeted with Pilot Program

<a href="http://www.recyclingtoday.com/">Recycling Today</a>
A collection of companies recently partnered with a California city on a three-month pilot project last year that sought to determine the feasibility of effectively collecting more difficult to recycle plastic products.

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Posted on 3 March 2015 | 2:57 pm

East Moline, Ill., Finalizes Private Garbage Collection

<a href="http://www.qconline.com/">QCOnline.com</a>
Aldermen on Monday voted 4-3 for a contract with Republic Services that privatizes city garbage collection.

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Posted on 3 March 2015 | 2:54 pm

$20.5M Cleanup Set For Upstate NY Hazardous Waste Site

<a href="http://www.dailygazette.com/">The Daily Gazette</a>
New York State officials say it will cost more than $20 million to clean up a hazardous waste site in the Schenectady County.

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Posted on 3 March 2015 | 2:50 pm

Gibraltar, Mich., Officials Decide Against Countywide Landfill

<a href="http://www.thenewsherald.com/">The News-Herald</a>
After years of talks and negotiations, the Gibraltar City Council decided once and for all not to negotiate a new host city agreement with the owners of the Gibraltar Land Company.

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Posted on 3 March 2015 | 2:48 pm

Sweet City Landfill Suit Goes Before Georgia Supreme Court

<a href="http://www.wsgcradio.com/">WSGCRadio.com</a>
The Supreme Court of Georgia is expected to hear the case regarding the proposed Sweet City Landfill.

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Posted on 3 March 2015 | 2:45 pm

Augusta, Me., Kicks Off Single-Sort Recycling

<a href="http://www.pressherald.com/">Portland Press Herald</a>
A drop-off, single-sort recycling program kicks off Friday in Augusta, starting a six-month experiment in which residents will be able to recycle more types of materials.

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Posted on 3 March 2015 | 2:43 pm

Progress for Proposed Waste-Energy Processing Facility in Hampden, Me.

<a href="http://wabi.tv/">WABI.tv</a>
A plan to build a multi-million dollar waste management facility in Hampden is moving forward.

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Posted on 3 March 2015 | 2:40 pm

Finding the Right Targets for Recycling Rates Remains an Elusive Goal

How much of our waste stream should we be able to recycle?

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Posted on 3 March 2015 | 1:35 pm

Solid Waste Companies Provide 2015 Guidance

In this edition of Business Insights, we review and summarize the major solid waste companies’ 2015 outlooks and specific guidance. Although largely as previewed in last month’s Business Insights, there are always a few new and unexpected twists.

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Posted on 3 March 2015 | 10:28 am

Loss Grows for Casella Waste in 2014 Transition Period

Casella Waste Systems Inc. posted a larger net loss but increased revenues for its eight-month transition period to a traditional calendar fiscal year.

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Posted on 3 March 2015 | 3:00 am

Princeton, N.J. Seeks Bidders for Solar Project at Decades-Old Landfill

City leaders in Princeton, N.J., are moving forward with previously stalled plans for a solar project on an old municipal landfill.

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Posted on 3 March 2015 | 2:34 am

Recyclable or not? - Columbus Dispatch


Recyclable or not?
Columbus Dispatch
“From my point of view, the recycling program has been a huge success in that I know we've diverted a lot of tonnage from the landfill, which is always good — it's cost-savings, and at the same time, we're doing the right thing by the environment,” he ...

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Posted on 3 March 2015 | 1:56 am

Ohio EPA Looking to Improve Recycling Data

<a href="http://www.presspublications.com/">The Press</a>
A statewide initiative to encourage the commercial and industrial sectors to provide more data about their recycling efforts is being promoted by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency in a partnership with the Ohio Chamber of Commerce, Ohio Council of Retail Merchants and Ohio Manufacturers’ Association.

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Posted on 2 March 2015 | 2:47 pm

Plans Underway to Expand Prince William’s Compost Facility

<a href="http://www.washingtonpost.com/">The Washington Post</a>
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors recently approved an agreement with Free­state Farms, a local agricultural services and production company that plans to construct a building at the county’s Balls Ford Road Compost Facility in Manassas.

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Posted on 2 March 2015 | 2:45 pm

Bottom’s Up in a Recycled Chandelier

Glass from recycled wine and beer bottles is shaped like a pine cone to make a chandelier.

Posted to NYT > Recycling of Waste Materials

Posted on 25 February 2015 | 10:00 pm

Extracting Data from a Dead Tablet

Exploring alternatives to taking a hammer to that glossy electronic brick.

Posted to NYT > Recycling of Waste Materials

Posted on 5 February 2015 | 10:00 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

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

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  • Owner/Founder
Josue Espinosa

Josue Erasmo Espinosa Capellan

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  • 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
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