04006 Recycling Center

Find 04006 recycling centers. Recycling centers provide services to both individuals and business, including services such as appliance, aluminum, bottle, copper, electronic, and scrap metal recycling.

Biddeford Recycling 371 Hill Street Biddeford ME 04005 6.6 miles from 04006 207-282-1579

Kennebunk Recycling Center 36 Sea Road Kennebunk ME 04043 10.2 miles from 04006 207-985-1144

South Portland Recycling 42 O'Neil Street South Portland ME 04106 14.1 miles from 04006 207-767-7635

Buxton Recycling Center 185 Portland Road Buxton ME 04093 14.3 miles from 04006 207-929-3913

Dover Recycling 265 Mast Road Dover NH 03820 33.6 miles from 04006 603-743-6073

Dover City Recycling 271 Mast Road Dover NH 03820 33.7 miles from 04006 603-516-6450

Freeport Recycling Center Hedgehog Mountain Naples ME 04055 37.7 miles from 04006 207-865-3740

Lee Recycling Center 31 Mast Road Lee NH 03861 39.9 miles from 04006 603-659-2239

North Hampton Recycling Center 14 Cherry Road North Hampton NH 03862 40.1 miles from 04006 603-964-9825

New Durham Recycling 56 Tash Road New Durham NH 03855 40.2 miles from 04006 603-859-8080

Freedom Recycling 134 Bennett Road Freedom NH 03836 45.4 miles from 04006 603-539-5364

Newburyport City Recycling 60 Pleasant Street Newburyport MA 01950 51.2 miles from 04006 978-499-0413

Candia Recycling Center 29 Deer Run Road Candia NH 03034 53.0 miles from 04006 603-483-2892

Lincoln County Recycling 54 Huntoon Hill Road Wiscasset ME 04578 53.0 miles from 04006 207-882-5276

Gilmanton Recycling 284 Province Road Gilmanton NH 03237 53.9 miles from 04006 603-267-6070

Gilford Recycling Center 150 Kimball Road Gilford NH 03249 54.9 miles from 04006 603-293-0220

About Recycling Centers

What happens to the Recyclable materials after they have been collected?

For most Recyclables, the materials are sorted, cleaned, and broken down into raw materials that can be used to manufacture new goods. These raw materials are sold to manufacturers based on market conditions, and after processing, they are ultimately sold to consumers as new goods.

How can households dispose of hazardous materials?

Many communities offer household hazardous waste disposal events, often on a regional basis, where residents may drop off items such as paint, cleaners, pesticides, and other products that contain corrosive, toxic, ignitable, or reactive ingredients. In some instances, the businesses that sell these products may accept them for Recycling.

What is e-waste?

E-waste refers to discarded electronic or electrical devices. Formal Recycling programs for e-waste are becoming increasingly common, partly because many components of these devices are re-usable, but also because certain harmful components in e-waste require special handling.