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CARPET & PAD RECYCLING - NEW & USED REMNANTS

General Info
We are a locally owned business, here to help you with your home project, specifically, disposal. We make it easier and cheaper for you to dispose of your carpet, pad, cardboard, plastic wrap, and pallets.
Hours

Regular Hours

Sat - SunClosed

Services/Products
    Recycle: Carpet, Pad, Plastic Wrap, FREE Cardboard, FREE Pallets. We Sell: Carpet Remnants - New & Used, Pad, Flooring Supplies, Pallets, & More.
    Payment method
    debit, check, cash, all major credit cards
    Location
    We are located in Sparks, off of Greg St. Right Next door to Pacific Flooring Supply.
    Neighborhood
    Stanford Industrial Park
    Amenities
    We offer a pick-up service and we can stage 53' or 28' trailers on site.
    Languages
    English, Spanish
    Accreditation

    Carpet of America Recovery Effort (CARE)

    Associations
    KPI Flooring, Full Circle Flooring, Romanoff Renovations, RC Willey, Tom Duffy Co.
    Categories
    Recycling Centers, Carpet Installation, Building Contractors, Building Materials, Carpet & Rug Dealers, Waste Recycling & Disposal Service & Equipment

    COUPONS & DEALS

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    nlkreider

    02/19/2013

    Overall

    I tore out a house full of carpet and pad and was going to take it to the dump but I found out it was very expensive. So I found this recycling business, through YP, and decided it was better for the planet and it would cost me less than the dump, so I brought it there. Everyone was so nice and helpful. The owner was there that day and he explained to me that they recycle it into new plastic products. Really interesting process!! Just makes me feel good that its not in our landfill.

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