Industrial Recycling & Sustainability Solutions

We Solve Problems for Our Suppliers

Founded in 1974, Quincy Recycle solves waste stream problems for manufacturers and other industrial customers. A relentless focus on increasing efficiencies and providing bottom-line solutions for our customers has fueled our growth. Currently we have six locations in five Midwestern states.

We recycle and broker paper, plastics, e-wastes, and food wastes, and provide related services including secure destruction of documents, hard drives, and other sensitive materials. We also service regional and nationwide, multi-location businesses through our National Accounts division.

Our customers value our commitment to diverting their waste from landfills, maximizing the revenue generated by recyclable materials, and meeting their sustainability goals.

Request information online, or call our corporate office at 217-224-2754

Plant Locations, Maps, and Information

Quincy Recycle - Alsip, ILOur Alsip location serves the Chicagoland area and beyond. With 28 loading docks, quick access to rail, barge, I-57, and I-294, Quincy Recycle’s Alsip plant is ideally positioned to handle high-volume recycling.

We buy, sell, and broker fiber, plastic of all kinds, food waste, and packaging. The 80,000 sq. ft. facility houses balers, grinders, conveyors, docks, scale, and offices.

Phone: 708-388-2362
12313 South Lombard Lane
Alsip, IL 60803

Quincy Recycle - New HavenQuincy Recycle’s New Haven, Indiana facility handles fiber and plastics, in addition to food waste and other commodities.

A rail spur enables loading and unloading of materials directly into the plant, while multiple docks ensure quick access for the tons of trucked commodities that pass through the building daily. Grinders, balers, and tens of thousands of square feet of warehouse space provide our vendors and customers with a versatile solution to their waste stream challenges.

Phone: 260-748-2560
2210 Summit Street
New Haven, IN 46774

Quincy Recycle - Quincy, ILHome to our first recycling operations and our corporate offices, our Quincy, Illinois location buys, sells, and brokers thousands of tons of plastics and paper each year.

Centrally located along the Mississippi River, with easy access to an intermodal system that includes Interstate highways, barge, and rail transport. In addition to fiber and plastics, the Quincy facility deals with food waste, Ag waste, secure document shredding, and product destruction.

Phone: 217-224-0353
526 S. 6th Street
Quincy, IL 62301

Quincy Recycle - St. LouisQuincy Recycle’s newest location is in the Bridgeton area of St. Louis.

A fiber and plastics recycling center that’s centrally located in the St. Louis metro area, this facility provides our suppliers and customers with easy access and quick turn-around.

Phone: 314-344-8898
3930 Taussig Road
Bridgeton, MO 63044

Quincy Recycle - Waterloo, IAThe Waterloo facility houses our On-Site Information Destruction subsidiary’s headquarters, as well as a fiber and plastic recycling plant.

Thousands of tons of fiber are generated by our secure paper shredding operations and are ground, baled, and recycled annually. OSID is a AAA NAID Certified document and product destruction service.

Phone: 319-233-8200
306 Thorson Avenue
Waterloo, IA 50703

Quincy Recycle’s sustainability experts customize recycling programs that improve your operations, increase diversion rates, meet regulatory requirements, and enhance your revenue.

Delivering real business value to our suppliers is key. We spend the time necessary to understand your business, your waste needs, and work with your sustainability team to develop innovative solutions to your waste streams.

Waste Savings Audit - iMpact

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Do you know your potential waste savings and recycling revenue? Waste haulers usually won’t tell you — their revenue comes from filling landfills.

Industry studies show that anywhere from 15% to 50% of waste stream can be turned into recycling revenue.

Contact Quincy Recycle and we’ll perform an on-site waste audit to determine your potential savings and profits. Click or tap here for more info.