Rochester Recycling specializes in metal recycling. If it is metal or has metal in it, we will buy it.
From your house: Any metal that is replaced or worn out. This includes old aluminum siding, aluminum windows and doors (no glass please), steel doors, door knobs, hinges, sinks, stoves, washer, dryers, barbeque grills and the list goes on.
From your business: Old metal furniture, file cabinets, tooling, fixtures, turnings, old, new or defective parts, prototype parts, molds, old machinery and other types of metal or products made from metal. If it has a plug or uses batteries it is recyclable!
We are happy to answer any questions you may have. Please call us at 248-841-8531 or send an email with your questions to email@example.com
Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the country. Not a day goes by that we don’t hear an advertisement for identity theft protection on the TV or radio. It’s a big problem that is getting worse. Rochester Recycling offers secure document shredding for your paper products. This includes old tax returns, bank statements, credit card statements or even your old business records. The shredding is done in our secure document shredding room and you can even watch while your paper gets shredded. We will also destroy your old computer hard drives or smart phones to insure the data contained in them is physically destroyed – again we invite you to watch as the data in these devices is permanently removed so your data is never compromised.
Rochester Recycling was founded in 2012 and is a locally owned and operated recycling business that is dedicated to help businesses and residents find solutions for their recycling needs. We are passionate about recycling and are dedicated to making a positive impact on the community we serve.
Mission Statement Rochester Recycling will provide generators of recycling materials a safe, friendly location to drop off recyclables. Through education and further processing we will maximize the value of these materials for our customers.
We will be a positive force for encouraging recycling while making a significant impact on the environment in which we live. This will be done through our community involvement with the schools, businesses and individuals we interact with.