Metro Recycling Information
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Will pick up for large amounts, call for details.
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.
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