RockTenn 125 Depot Rd, Uncasville, CT06382 RockTenn is a leading producer of corrugated and consumer packaging and recycling solutions. Products include one-color…More boxes, multicolor displays, recycled and laminated paperboard, folding cartons, plastic packaging and more. Services include graphic and structural design services, technical consultations, speed to market and just-in-time delivers, recycling and waste solutions. The Uncasville office is one of several worldwide.
The Recycle Shoppe 148 Norwich New London Tpke, Uncasville, CT06382 The Recycle Shoppe in Uncasville is a great place to look for everything from antique jewelry, to a dining room table,…More to a 56-year-old mounted striped bass. There's an eclectic mix of art and collectibles - just about everything under the sun. The Recycle Shoppe also sells merchandise for individuals on a consignment basis. For anyone who's undecided as to what to look for, it's a great place to go in and do a little poking around - you'll never know what you might find. The Recycle Shoppe has been in business for 22 years at the same location.
Connecticut Scrap is a scrap metal recycling company located on Pequot Road in Montville.
The company receives…More all types of scrap metal from refrigerators to cars to AC units. The company also provides containers and equipment for scrap metal.</p>
<p>Connecticut Scrap purchases and recycles ferrous and nonferrous scrap metal, keeping a close eye on scrap metal market prices. According to their website, customers range from individuals with scrap cars, refrigerators and air conditioning units, to business owners cleaning their facilities, to project managers with industrial scrap from major demolition jobs.</p>
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The Montville Transfer Station is a place where people are making a difference, day in and day out. At the entry…More gate, James Kernozek says his job is to "keep everybody happy," a task he seems to enjoy. He makes sure people have the right stickers on their cars, and know where they're going and what they're doing.</p>
<p>Inside the transfer station you'll find all sorts of receptacles for disposing of and recycling a variety of materials. From oil to mattresses to air conditioners and refrigerators, from yard waste to plastic to furniture and building materials, there's a place for everything.</p>
<p>Deep inside the transfer station, Flo Turner and Lynn McAlpine, transfer station attendants, direct residents to the right places to dispose of or recycle their stuff and keep the place as neat as a transfer station could possibly be. They've helped change things, too, pushing for various recycling programs and drives, helping to save the town money and save the environment at the same time.</p>