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Some recycling customers look for RecycleWise price special coupons in Penny Saver or on this web site.
This week Penny Saver announced it was abruptly closing and their operations have ceased. For now and perhaps forever, there is no more Penny Saver.
The current RecycleWise Penny Saver coupons are good through May 29. They distributed with the last Penny Savers and are also on this site. From the bottom of the “Home” page, click on the green price specials box or otherwise navigate to the “Recycling Pays” page.
While RecycleWise can no longer advertise in Penny Saver, RecycleWise will offer coupons with high payment specials on this site, Face Book and otherwise.
For price and other information please call 951-550-2020 or drop by RecycleWise, located at 200 Sinclair Street, Perris, CA 92571.
Effective last New Years, January 1, 2014 Cal Recycle, the state agency in charge of California beverage container recycling severely limited the amount of CRV containers that can be redeemed in one visit at any State of California Certified Recycling Center unless the individual or organization is certified ahead of time by Cal Recycle. Those who collect beverage containers for redemption, to include bars and restaurants, individuals collecting within the community and fund raising material drives are now required to be pre certified by Cal Recycle. Unless one is certified with Cal Recycle, one person or vehicle may only deliver and redeem for California Redemption Value 100 pounds of cans and/or 100 pounds of plastic beverage containers and/or 1,000 pounds of glass beverage containers.
While the Cal Recycle prints in bold letters “For the vast majority of California consumers, this change to the daily load limits will have no impact”, it is impacting some of our customers and we are hearing about it. Now customers must be careful not to save up materials for too long and must be careful to weigh or count the materials at home before bringing them to a Recycling Center. In worst case examples, customers have barely exceeded weight levels and RecycleWise must send them home without redeeming the containers. One can, or one bottle may be too much and exceed the weight and we can’t just take that one or two containers out, if it exceeds even by one container, by law, RecycleWise can not pay CRV on any of the containers. Otherwise they could only be redeemed as scrap with no CRV of a nickle or dime paid for each container. Often customers become angry and disappointed in RecycleWise and we share their frustration and disappointment. However we must and do follow all Cal Recycle regulations. If you would like to voice concerns or have questions on why Cal Recycle imposed new limits on CRV material redemption per visit, you can reach them at 916 324 8598.
If you are an hospitality business, community beverage container collector, fund raising or just a family who drinks a lot of liquids and who wants to bring more than these very limited amounts to redeem, RecycleWise will help you pre-register with the State of California. Further information on this can be seen in the Cal Recycle bulletin below.
For further details please see the Cal Recycle bulletin below. Thanks for your patience and understanding. We truly regret any inconvenience this has caused for our customers.
RecycleWise is in discussions with Twister Enterprises, Inc. concerning offering the recycling industry a significant discount on state of the art material compaction machines that twist air and liquid from large volumes of beverage containers at high production speeds. These Twister material compaction machines substantially boosts efficiency in material recovery, handling and transportation and for Recycling Centers overall. Will post more as it becomes known.
Check out teeki.com. You will be amazed by the designs. Teeki’s delightful, breathable and very comfortable clothing is made from recycled plastic bottles. For example, each pair of yoga pants is made from 25 recycled PET beverage bottles. Teeki uses sustainable, eco-friendly printing to create their vibrant designs. Their clothing is made in sunny California, “with love”. Good things come from recycling.