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Philadelphia, PA

by: William Hudome

Richard S. Burns & Company Inc

(215) 324-6377

Bensalem, PA – Bulk Recycled Products for Sale to Philadelphia / Delaware Valley

Recycled Products

Do you wish to purchase bulk recycled products to save costs and reduce pollution? Richard S. Burns & Company Inc. has got you covered!

If you wish to maximize your contribution to the earth’s well-being, you shouldn’t just stop at recycling. Rather, you should try to actually purchase recycled products and make a much more significant contribution to a greener environment.

At Richard S. Burns & Company Inc., we have a huge supply of recovered and ready-to-use material products as a natural consequence of our vast recycling efforts. Here are the details of the recycled products we have for sale to Delaware and Philadelphia valley.

Non-Ferrous Metals

Non-ferrous metals include all metal alloys or metals that don’t have iron. Common non-ferrous metals include brass, copper, zinc, tin, and aluminum. At Richard S. Burns, we offer recycled non-ferrous metals in bundled quantities.

Wood

At Richard S. Burns, we offer recycled wood, in chip form, to our valued customers.  Wood chips are made with recovered materials and are chipped to 2 inches or fewer diameters. These wood chips have a number of uses. For instance, you can use wood chips as an organic mulch in planting areas and around your trees or use them for landscaping purposes.

Ferrous Metals

Ferrous metals are those that contain iron. We offer sorted and recovered ferrous metals in a number of quantities for resale. You can sort and resell ferrous metals including, black cast, light iron, steel, etc.

Brick

At Richard S. Burns, we have a variety of recycled bricks in several different sizes and colors. You can use these recycled bricks in construction or landscaping projects to give them that instant ‘antique’ appeal.

Cobbles

Historic regions like Philadelphia offer us sufficient opportunities to recycle some beautiful historic building materials. Recycled cobblestones have been used in and around the Philadelphia area for centuries and are ideal for use in both residential and commercial landscaping projects. We offer several sizes and types of cobblestones. However, our inventory might vary from time to time.

2A Modified Crushed Concrete

We provide recovered stone products for use in a number of situations. We crush and screen the stones to 2 inches diameter or less. The recovered stone products we offer are perfect for various landscaping, road-building, and drainage applications.

Cardboard

We sell our recovered cardboard products in bales. Recycled cardboard has several recycling applications, such as manufacturing wood and paper products. We provide our cardboard in a number of quantities.

Plastics

We offer a number of recycled plastics along with glass, porcelain, and tile. Recycled plastics are sorted and baled and available for a number of uses.

Wallboard

Burns recovers gypsum and wallboard products. Greenboard, wallboard, plaster, etc., can all be recycled and pelletized into a form useful for a number of construction purposes.

Contact Richard S. Burns Today for Bulk Recycled Products

If you want to take steps for a greener environment, buy and use recycled materials from Richard S. Burns.

Call us at 215-324-6377 x214 for details regarding pricing and availability.

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“Best Recycling Company in Philadelphia, PA”

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Philadelphia County: Philadelphia, King of Prussia, Norristown, Levittown, Bensalem, PA

Recent

“Best Recycling Company in Philadelphia, PA”

Top Rated Local Residential / Commercial Recycling Center / Company / Facility

Philadelphia County: Philadelphia, King of Prussia, Norristown, Levittown, Bensalem, PA

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