Recycling Company Great Lakes Recycling Launches New Website, Shows Why it ‘Pays to Recycle’

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Revamped Great Lakes Recycling website informs families and businesses about the convenience and economic benefits of recycling salvageable materials.

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When it comes to discarding certain materials, most people don’t realize they’re actually throwing away cash.

Great Lakes Recycling (GLR), which has been “turning trash into treasure” and protecting the environment since 1927, has unveiled a new website that makes recycling more accessible and enticing for everyone. The website is poised to make Great Lakes Recycling a household name in every home and office building across Michigan.

“Most people want to recycle, but they fear it’s going to be too expensive and time-consuming,” said Jeff Wiewiura, Chief Operating Officer at GLR. “Through this new website, we empower families and businesses to recycle by breaking down the barriers of confusion and letting them know how easy GLR makes the process.”

In addition to protecting the environment, GLR’s website explains why “it pays to recycle.” Not only does GLR take recyclable materials off customers’ hands, it actually pays for some of them. Materials such as metals, electronics, plastic, foam, wire and even paper can fetch customers a considerable payday.

“When it comes to discarding certain materials, most people don’t realize they’re actually throwing away cash,” said Steve Kent, Procurement Manager at GLR. “On the home page of our website, we cover all the materials GLR buys so consumers are better informed about how they can save money, as well as the environment.”

GLR’s transportation team services customers near and far, providing dependable trucking and roll-off services for recyclable materials. GLR is a passionate proponent of helping residents and businesses develop best practices for recycling at home and the office, working alongside the community to teach and aid in implementing stronger recycling programs.

About Great Lakes Recycling

Great Lakes Recycling has been a family business since 1927. Founded by Henry Rosen, GLR is now managed by his grand children, who adhere to the same values Henry did when he opened shop 85 years ago. In addition to its Roseville headquarters, GLR has facilities in Flint, Northville, Oak Park, Livonia and N. Tonawanda, NY.

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