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SJ Nudelman and Son

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SJ Nudelman and Son

2707 NW Nela St., Portland
Call 503-226-4051

Business hours

Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

General Information

Will pick up for large amounts, call for details.

General Information

May purchase most accepted materials, call for details.


Located off Yeon, between NW 28th and NW 29th, behind the US National Bank. Take a left at Quimby Welding Company; the road dead-ends at SJ Nudelman.

Materials accepted

  • Appliances-coolant containing
    • Fee: Call for details.
  • Appliances-large
  • Appliances-small
    • General Information: Please call first to verify.
  • Ballasts-Non-PCB
    • General Information: Must be labeled "Non-PCB", call for details.
  • Batteries-lead acid
  • Electronics-miscellaneous
    • General Information: Call for more information about what is accepted for electronics recycling.
  • Ferrous Metals
    • General Information: Barbed wire fencing is okay.
    • General Information: Lawnmowers are accepted, must be drained of fluids first. May purchase riding lawnmowers without tires, they will accept them with tires for free.
  • Microwave Ovens
  • Nonferrous metal
  • Plastic-barrels
    • General Information: Must be clean and dry.
  • Power tools
  • Steel Drums
    • General Information: Must be clean and dry.
  • String lights
    • General Information: Call first.
  • Tanks-heating oil
    • General Information: Must be clean and dry with a hole (8" or larger) cut in them for inspection purposes.
  • Tin Cans
  • Vehicles
    • General Information: Must have proof of ownership.
  • Wood Burning Stoves

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