WE OFFER A RESPONSIBLE, ACTIVE RECYCLING SYSTEM THAT INCLUDES SEGREGATION OF MATERIALS, WHICH PREVENTS CONTAMINATION AND ENSURES THE BEST END PRODUCT

Residential Recycling

Restore & Reuse!

You want to manage the footprint you leave on the environment and Flood Brothers shares your concern. Costs of waste removal are on the rise, but you can be assured that our goal is to optimize the recovery of materials that are discarded every day.

Flood Brothers shares a recycling facility that consists of two 18,000-square-foot buildings outfitted with technology from Action Vibratory Equipment along with over 200 hard-working employees to manually separate the materials. To prevent contamination by organic materials, food scraps or other unwanted commodities, our recycling program separates the approved materials to make a high-quality end product.

Our process includes the recovery of steel and aluminum cans, foil, empty aerosol cans, clear green and brown glass bottles and jars, plastic by type (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7), including milk jugs, juice bottles and all grades of fibrous products such as corrugated cardboard, chipboard, telephone books, newspapers, office and copy paper, junk mail, catalogs and magazines.

We offer an additional service of transferring your collected landscape waste to compost sites. If a residential construction project is in your future, Flood Brothers has various sizes of roll-off containers. We provide recycling services to EVERY home we work with, supplying each homeowner with a durable Flood Brothers bin or toter to recycle items with ease. If your toter is ever damaged or lost, Flood Brothers will replace it free of charge. Additional toters are available by contacting our customer service department at (630) 261-0578. Find out what materials can and can not be recycled here.

Every Ton of Paper Recycled SAVES More than Three Cubic Yards of Landfill Space!

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