Companies that recycle household waste include Allan Company, which operates out of several locations in the U.S., and County Waste, which operates out of New York and Massachusetts. There are also local waste collection services available in some cities, such as the Austin Recycle and Reuse Center in Texas.
As of 2015, Allan Company provides residential and business recycling services to over 2000 clients throughout the nation. One of the services Allan Co. offers is providing the drop-off and pick-up of large containers for the collection of recyclables. Allan Company claims to be the largest independently owned processor, packer, broker, and exporter of recouped fiber in the Western U.S., handling about 1.3 million tons annually, according to its website.
County Waste represents a slightly smaller waste management facility that services single-family homes, municipalities, homeowner associations and individual subscription services across the Capital Region. The company offers residential carts, recycling carts, roll offs, dumpsters and waste removal equipment including trucks. For a small fee, County Waste and Recycling accepts all household waste, construction debris, heavy corrugated cardboard, appliances, scrap metal and yard waste at several transfer stations in the area.
The Austin Recycle and Reuse Center is a recycling service that caters to residents of Austin and its surrounding area. The facility allows residents to drop off most recyclable items for free. The company also offers free items for people to reuse themselves.