We accept clean #4, #5, and #6 foams, of any color, for recycling dropped off at our location. Residential quantities are a flat $5 charge. Commercial quantities are charged at $3 per cubic yard. Pickup service is available. Foam MUST be free of tape, labels, cardboard, or contamination to keep the material recyclable. #4 Polyethylene Foam #5 Polypropylene Foam #6 Polystyrene Foam
We offer low cost pick-ups in the Vancouver and North Clark County areas. We have no item limit! For both our residential and business customers, our professional driver comes to your home or business and safely removes your items. Low cost drop off is available during warehouse hours. Residential and Business pickup charges range from - $29 - $49. Outside our normal area? Give us a call for a quote.
At Earth Friendly Recycling, all material must be properly handled safely and correctly to protect our sensitive environment. Handling surcharges are assessed to pick up televisions, appliances and large copiers in addition to the normal pickup charge. Televisions (any size) - $25 *Copiers over 100lbs - $25 *Large Appliances - $25. * All Other Accepted Items, Except Refrigerant Containing Appliances and Televisions, Are $5 To Drop Off *
Every hard drive that enters our facility is wiped or destroyed per department of defense sanitation standard using specific forensic grade hard drive wiping hardware. Hard drives that are damaged and can not be wiped are physically destroyed. Certificates of Destruction are available.
Our mission is to increase convenience and availability for proper recycling of unwanted, broken, and obsolete electronics and appliances by offering affordable pickup service to the residents and businesses of the Clark County area.
Responsible Electronics Recycling
Servicing Vancouver, WA, and North Clark County, WA.
We pride ourselves on customer service, reliability, and integrity.
As the new year arrives, we look at how to best service the businesses and residents of Clark County effectively and efficiently with the same quality provided since opening in 2011. With increased labor costs, lack of program subsidy, and market commodity decline, slight price increases in 2020 will allow us to continue to provide...