Located in Tigard, Agilyx allows individuals to recycle various types of hard styrofoams (no packing peanuts!) and #6 plastics! All of the plastic and styrofoam we collect at our recycling drives are transported to Agilyx for recycling!
Every other month our club aims to hold a recycling drive for all to participate in. During these drives we collect styrofoam, #6 plastics and other specified items that we then recycle through neighboring companies in our area. To learn more and see how you can participate click the button below!
TerraCycle is a unique program that allows individuals to send in select products for recycling for free! Simply select your product type and TerraCycle will send you a free package and shipping label that you can use to ship your products back to them for recycling!
Green Century Recycling is an amazing company that recycles batteries and most forms of E-Waste. They accept most E-Waste for free and batteries for a fee by the pound. They offer separate rates for businesses and individuals.
Ridwell is a subscription based program that allows subscribes to have their recyclables collected by Ridwell on a scheduled basis. Ridwell offers numerous different plans to fit your recycling needs and offers recycling for a wide variety of products!
Batteries + Bulbs offers recycling of common (and uncommon) types of batteries, bulbs and small electronics for both individuals and businesses!
New Seasons now offers select plastic recycling at many of their locations. They accept plastic film and #1 PET plastics. Additionally they have partnered with GO box, a subscription based service, to offer reusable containers within their stores!
James Recycling hosts various pop up recycling drives (similar to our own) and accepts a variety of items ranging from plastics and styrofoam to electronics and appliances!
ColorCycle is a program created by Crayola that allows community members to recycle markers and other crayon products for free! Unfortunately this program has been paused due to the Coronavirus but hopefully it will resume as the virus continues to taper.