For all of your Pacific Northwest recycling needs;


Drywall Recycling Services accepts a variety of construction site and demolition materials that will be recycled into new or reused products. Our trained staff safely sorts through the materials and organizes all of them into the correct containers so that each type of material can be recycled properly. We have a number of recycling facilities located in the greater Seattle area.

We believe that disposing of building debris is an important issue facing the construction and demolition industry and that "green building" is an essential element to better building practices. Utilizing recycled materials in new construction reduces costs and eliminates the majority of building waste which would otherwise be added to our regional landfills.

The benefits of recycling include lowering the amount of waste in landfills and requiring less energy to create new products. Recycling also helps reduce the amount of harmful greenhouse gases in our atmosphere and can reduce CO2 emissions by 95%. In theory, recycling allows materials to be continually reused for the same purpose, or to be re-engineered into completely new products.

During our daily mission of helping to protect the environment, we strive to care for our customers with the same passion. Our goal is to make your visit convenient and efficient. To do so, we provide everything from diversion reports for LEEDS projects to free snacks and beverages. We hope to see you soon.

100% of Wood, Drywall and Paper is Recycled

We also are proud to recycle new construction demolition and debris such as, cardboard, plastics, concrete, tires, mattresses + more!
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Benefits of Recycling

Reduce waste in landfills
Reduce harmful greenhouse gases
Reduce energy consumption
Reduce CO2 emissions

 

Why Green Building?

"Green Building" is an essential element to Better Building Practices. Utilizing recycled materials in new construction reduces costs and eliminates the majority of waste which would otherwise be added to landfills.

If every American recycled just 1/10th of their newspapers, we could save about 25 million trees each year.

Drywall Recycling Services, Inc.

P. O. Box 14190, Mill Creek, WA 98082

(425) 245-8015

(425) 245-8013 fax