We are dedicated in serving and helping everyone that comes to our center in a fast and efficient way. Ranch Town Recycling provides excellent customer service and very competitive prices
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) October 04, 2011
Bay Area scrap metal recycling company, Ranch Town Recycling understands the importance of being green and works at helping the community become proactive about recycling. They help many residents, schools and businesses in the area by buying their scrap metal and e-waste – materials they would normally be tossed into the garbage and then eventually into a landfill. They want to help educate the public as to how recycling works and its importance to the community and the environment.
“We are dedicated in serving and helping everyone that comes to our center in a fast and efficient way. Ranch Town Recycling provides excellent customer service and very competitive prices,” states SulemanValeni of Ranch Town Recycling.
To ensure quick and efficient service, Ranch Town Recycling recommends that customers have their materials sorted when they come to their center. Their Bay Area staff is willing and able to offer assistance wherever needed. Materials such as aluminum cans, copper wire, catalytic converters, plastic bottles and glass bottles are accepted by the center. They are also able to accept e-waste recycling such as televisions, computer monitors, computers, laptops and cell phones.
For more information about Ranch Town Recycling Center, call (408) 217-6205 or visit them online at http://www.ranchtownrecycling-bayarea.com. Ranch Town Recycling is located at 775 Lincoln Ave. San Jose, CA 95126.
About Ranch Town Recycling Center
The Bay Area’s Ranch Town Recycling began serving the community in 1996 as a buyback and scrap metal recycling and copper recycling center – collecting cans, glass, brass and other recyclable materials. They are now offering e-waste recycling for such items as computers, laptops and servers, televisions and monitors, telephones and cell phones, speakers and stereo equipment, wires, cables and printed circuit boards. They also accept other household appliances but charge a recycling fee.