Wood waste falls into many categories and must be treated differently depending on its size and previous use. In this article we will examine what to do with four types of wood products found around the home: yard waste, untreated wood, treated/painted wood and home goods such as toys and kitchen accessories.
Prior bringing wood waste to our facility, it should be sorted into four of the following categories. Each category is handled and there is a fee for treated and painted wood material
RECYCLING WOODEN WASTE SAVES TREES
Wood Pallets and Furniture Recycling
Below is the chart of fees for wood waste that are accept at our locations
FURNITURE, MATRESS AND WOOD PALLET RECYCLING
No Glass or Upholstery.
May contain bolts or fasteners,
Must be made out primarily from metal
For Aluminum and Copper See Scrap Prices.
Similar size other upholstery
Large Pillow or bundle of pillows
If You Have Lumber Scraps and leftover pieces of raw lumber, contact a wood-waste dealer for recycling or repurposing. You may have to pay a fee, but it should be less than the cost of disposal. Look for wood-waste dealers at yellowpages.com or google's local listings.
Wood cannot be recycled through the curbside recycling.
Wooden furniture is almost always acceptable to throw into a dumpster. This means wooden chairs, tables, cabinets, shelves, and other furniture items that are made entirely of wood are safe to send to the landfill. However, furniture that is upholstered — couches, armchairs, etc
Furniture banks provide furniture to those in need at little or no cost. Many will pick up gently used furniture straight from your house. Goodwill and Salvation Army – If you don't have a local furniture bank, check your local Goodwill or Salvation Army. Some will even pick up. In some cases, you might have to haul your old furniture to a drop-off location just to donate it.
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