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3036 FM 1413W
Dayton, TX 77535
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Monday - Friday (8:00am - 5:00pm)
Saturday (8:00am - 1:00pm)

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Telephone: (936) 258-1200

Proudly Serving Texas Areas:
Southeast Texas, Kenefick, Dayton Lakes, Dayton, Liberty, Waco St, Clayton St, Winfree St, E Houston St, W Houston St, HWY 90, HWY 146, S Colbert St, Ames, Lake Liberty, Day Lake, Beaumont HWY, Crosby, Mont Belvieu.


Sell Your Scrap


Dayton Recycling Center buys consumer, electronic, and industrial scrap. We provide prompt payment and timely reporting. We will buy or manage your scrap anywhere in our local service area.


Keep You in Compliance

  Disposal of electronic equipment, such as older computers, printers, copiers, fax machines, etc., is becoming a larger problem, every day. It is increasingly common that you may need to delegate resources to properly dispose of many types of older equipment. Most states have passed laws that prohibit the dumping of items, such as monitors, computers and printers, and are requiring these items be properly disposed of.  

Keep You Informed

  It is important that you know what happens to your material from the time it leaves you, to the absolute end of the line. This is why we are so focused on employing specialized material tracking methods that include the photographing of equipment upon arrival, labeling, weighing, and inventory control. Loads can be handled separately, so they can be monitored throughout the total recycling process.  

Recycling Facts

  • The recycling industry accounts for more than 20,000 private-sector jobs in Texas in the processing and end-market facilities adding $2.8 billion to the Texas economy annually.

  • Recycling waste materials supports about six times as many waste-related jobs as there would be if the same materials were treated as trash.

  • Americans dump 180 million tons of garbage annually — more than 40% of which is paper. High-grade printing, copying and writing paper is the largest single component in a landfill.

  • Americans throw away enough office and writing paper annually to build a wall 12 feet high stretching from Los Angeles to New York.

  • Every day American businesses generate enough paper to circle the Earth 20 times.

  • Recycling 13,600 tons of paper accounts for the saving of 231,200 trees, 44,880 cubic yards of landfill space and 95,200,000 million gallons of water.

  • At least 38.9% of the U.S. waste stream is paper.

  • Making one ton of recycled paper uses only about 60% of the energy needed to make a ton of virgin paper.

  • American’s throw out about 85% of the office paper we use.

  • Every ton of recycled office paper saves 380 gallons of oil.

  • U.S. businesses throw away 21 million tons of paper every year, the equivalent of 175 pounds per office worker.

  • The construction costs of a paper mill designed to use waste paper is 50 to 80% less than the cost of a mill using new pulp.

  • During World War II when raw materials were scarce, 33% of all paper was recycled. After the war, this number decreased sharply.

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