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Total Recycled Material;Asphalt (ASPH) - 145154 TN

Concrete (CONC) - 315746 TN

Clean Wood (WOOD) - 62782 TN

Brush & Yard Debris (BRSHYD) - 91157 TN

Leaves (LEAF) - N/A TN

Stumps (STMP) - 246735 TN

Total Recycled Material;Asphalt (ASPH) - 145154 TN

Concrete (CONC) - 315746 TN

Clean Wood (WOOD) - 62782 TN

Brush & Yard Debris (BRSHYD) - 91157 TN

Leaves (LEAF) - N/A TN

Stumps (STMP) - 246735 TN

Total Recycled Material;Asphalt (ASPH) - 145154 TN

Concrete (CONC) - 315746 TN

Clean Wood (WOOD) - 62782 TN

Brush & Yard Debris (BRSHYD) - 91157 TN

Leaves (LEAF) - N/A TN

Stumps (STMP) - 246735 TN

Total Recycled Material;Asphalt (ASPH) - 145154 TN

Concrete (CONC) - 315746 TN

Clean Wood (WOOD) - 62782 TN

Brush & Yard Debris (BRSHYD) - 91157 TN

Leaves (LEAF) - N/A TN

Stumps (STMP) - 246735 TN

Total Recycled Material;Asphalt (ASPH) - 145154 TN

Concrete (CONC) - 315746 TN

Clean Wood (WOOD) - 62782 TN

Brush & Yard Debris (BRSHYD) - 91157 TN

Leaves (LEAF) - N/A TN

Stumps (STMP) - 246735 TN

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Sparta Township Recycling Center Closes - Recycle with us!

Grinnell News - Live green with us

No charge to Sparta residents upon showing proof of residency.  Grinnell Recycling accepts brush, yard waste, concrete, blacktop and clean wood.  ** Commercial vehicles will be charged.

Grinnell Recycling is offering educational guided tours of the recycling facility. Tours are open to all groups and associations.

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Posted by Ralph DeFazio, Sales Manager on 07/01 at 11:56 PM

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Material Recycling Facilities: A building to save landfills

In The News - By Ted Brennan, T. M. Brennan Contractors, Inc.

Proper disposal of construction materials is a critical part of all projects; 70% is a typical target. Where does all that material go? Well, increasingly it goes to large Material Recycling Facilities (MRF) to reclaim the recyclables and save landfills. What kind of building is a MRF? We recently built a 26,000 s/f, 47-foot high facility in Sparta, NJ, designed to handle 400 tons of construction waste daily. While the design was deceptively simple, this is a heavy duty building designed and built to take a beating from 36-ton trucks—as many as 15 at a time. Waste can also arrive or leave by rail.

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Posted by Ralph DeFazio, Sales Manager on 07/01 at 11:48 PM

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Sparta planning board digs into quarry question

In The News - The New Jersey Herald

SPARTA—An application for Grinnell Enterprises to mine roughly 100 acres of soil near Lake Grinnell made a return to the township planning board Wednesday night.

Members of the group Concerned Citizens Against the Quarry, wearing shocking orange shirts, filled the room to capacity, and town officials even broadcast the proceedings out on television screens in the hallways.

But they were not heard Wednesday night, and this is just the beginning of the controversy again.

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Posted by Ralph DeFazio, Sales Manager on 07/01 at 11:42 PM

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Sparta quarry controversy reborn

In The News - The New Jersey Herald

SPARTA—It’s spring again, and everything’s in bloom—including the red-and-white “no quarry” and “fight the quarry” signs that have sprung up around the northern corner of Sparta in the area surrounding Lake Grinnell.

The controversy about an application to mine the soil of 150 acres of field and forest will be unearthed again May 20, after a nearly two-year hiatus.

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Posted by Ralph DeFazio, Sales Manager on 07/01 at 10:52 PM

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Transfer station work is progressing

In The News - The Sparta Independent

Sparta - Jason Cofrancesco, president of Grinnell Recycling, says he is delighted that work has now begun on the new 25,000-square-foot transfer station where the company will sort and sell a wide range of construction debris from demolished buildings. The new facility will be the county’s first solid waste transfer station/material recovery facility (MRF).

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Posted by Ralph DeFazio, Sales Manager on 07/01 at 10:33 PM

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