Many websites, for example, Recyclerfinder.com, Recyclingcenters.org and Bottledropcenters.com can help you to find a local redemption center. You can also call the toll -free line 1-877-912-2019 to get guidance on where to find local recycling centers.
The internet and mobile phone application at RecyclerFinder.com immediately gives the location of a nearby recycling center when you enter your ZIP or postal code. The app is free and is available in all 50 states.
The app at RecyclerFinder.com also provides information about the type of material residents can return to recycling centers, and the distance between the user’s home and the redemption facility. To get such details, you need to select the kind of waste you want to dispose of. There is a selection icon enabling you to state whether you want to dispose of electronics, batteries or bottles, among other byproducts.
Recyclingcenters.org provides the location of a redemption center when you enter your ZIP code. At Recyclenow.org, residents of California can find drop off centers by zeroing in on particular neighborhoods including Santa Rosa, Annapolis and Windsor. Mass.gov has a catalog of all redemption centers in Massachusetts, together with the street addresses and telephone numbers.
Redemption centers assist in waste reduction and protection of the environment from degradation. Recycling firms deal in products such as plastic, paper and bottles. Other returnable products include electronics, glass or metal waste products. Waste reduction centers are not run by state governments but by individual operators that are licensed by local authorities.