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SP Fiber Technologies

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SP Fiber Technologies

1301 South Wynooski Rd., Newberg
Call 503-537-6347
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Dropoff hours

Daily, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Closed Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's days.


Take 99W to Newberg, turn left at River Street, which is a two-way that becomes a one-way street. Enter the gate marked "wood waste." Larger commercial loads enter through a different route and should call ahead for directions.


Dropoff is at 14th and River.

Materials accepted

  • Pallets
    • General Information: Accepts wood pallets only.
  • Wood-engineered
  • Wood-untreated
  • Yard Debris
    • General Information: Accepts woody-type yard debris only - tree limbs, prunings, brush and bushes at no charge. Does not accept root balls.

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