Going green is made easier and more affordable for organizations, thanks to Free Recycling Quotes. This online recycling exchange offers up to five quotes from local and national recycling centers, absolutely free. Recycling companies in their network have passed their stringent criteria and have met all the guidelines of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Basel Action Network (BAN).

Interested parties need only fill out an online form requesting to recycle certain items, such as electronics, metals, paper or plastic, which is then forwarded to the website Free Recycling Quotes ensures that clients receive quotes that are not generic marketing rates, but are customized to suit their requests. Quotes provided come from companies specific to their area. By not furnishing more than five quotes, the website is able to narrow down the best options and avoid overloading clients.

Free Recycling Quotes is able to help organizations select the best and most accessible recycling centers while saving considerably on both time and money.

Free Recycling Quotes in Atlanta is excited to announce they have recently launched their new website, http://www.freerecyclingquotes.com/joomla_upgraded. The site offers easy to schedule pickups and recycling quotes for electronics, metal, plastic, and paper.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) August 31, 2012

Free Recycling Quotes in Atlanta is excited to announce they have recently launched their new website, http://www.freerecyclingquotes.com/joomla_upgraded. The site offers easy to schedule pickups and recycling quotes for electronics, metal, plastic, and paper.

The list of countries taking steps to improve environmental regulation over electronics waste and recycling processes is increasing. The continents of North America, Europe, and Australia are leading the way by raising the standards for recycling. Electronics are the fastest growing type of waste, but the most alarming fact is that experts estimate only 10 percent gets recycled. Electronics recycling has been propelled into the spotlight with recent stories of landfill dumping in developing countries. Governments have now passed new laws banning electronics waste from being dumped into landfills.

Paper shredding is on the rise.

According to the most recent data available, The American Forest & Paper Association reports that in 2008, a record high 57.4 percent of the paper consumed in the U.S. was recovered for recycling. In previous years we see equally impressive growth, with increases of 56 percent in 2007 and 53 percent in 2006.

Guess who recycles styrofoam?  www.Marstel-Day.com takes the extra effort to find creative ways to recycle Styrofoam.

This week we received an order for recycling.  This company is an environmental company offering green consulting to the public and private sectors. Marstel Day provides clients with concepts, strategies and plans of action for landscape-scale conservation of natural resources, climate adaptation, energy planning and "net zero" strategies, water security, smart growth and transportation, and the management of issues relating to encroachment pressures on government and private lands, open space and habitat.

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