Efficient and Scalable B2B Recycling in New Haven, IN

Quincy Recycle’s New Haven, Indiana plant is located just miles outside of the expanding Fort Wayne metro area. From here, we service manufacturers throughout the nation, with a focus on those within a 200 mile radius of greater Fort Wayne. Michael Malloy — general manager of the New Haven facility – leads a motivated team... Read More

Think Waste

Henry Ford hated waste. Whether it was wasted time, energy, activity, or materials, Ford wanted to eliminate waste from his organization. He also expected his employees to be on the lookout for waste in all its forms. Wherever there was excess material wasted, Ford wanted to identify it, and either eliminate the waste or find... Read More

Q2 Tons Recycled

Quincy Recycle’s five B2B recycling facilities shipped over 70,000 tons of paper to mills and plants in the second quarter of 2015, and over 20 million pounds of plastic to be reused by manufacturers in new products. There are three significant benefits in this: most of the paper and plastic came from manufacturers’ scrap – material that they... Read More

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Quincy, Illinois, the home of our first recycling facility and our corporate offices, was hit by a huge storm recently. City government set up a program called “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” and asked businesses and other organizations to volunteer labor and supplies to help out. The storm — which featured straight-line winds in excess of 70... Read More

Inbound Process

As a manufacturer, you may wonder how Quincy Recycle processes inbound loads. It’s a straight-forward process involving communication, standard operating procedures, and work. Inbound loads are weighed upon arrival… Our Account & Logistics Coordinators (ALCs) work with our drivers and sustainability consultants to make sure the load is properly weighed and accounted for. Our experienced... Read More

Measure, Maximize, Mobilize

Our National Accounts team makes a valuable contribution to our multi-location, multi-commodity clients by providing them with customized site-specific solutions to enterprise-wide sustainability initiatives, centralized billing and reporting, and a range of other tools, including our iMpact Program. Quincy Recycle’s iMpact Program begins by listening to and understanding our client’s recycling and sustainability goals. Keeping... Read More

Seeing the Forest AND the Trees

Are you responsible for recycling and sustainability at a multi-location, multi-commodity manufacturer? Then you’re aware that finding a recycling partner that can scale up to your needs can be a challenge. Quincy Recycle has a dedicated National Accounts team to work with vendors with multiple locations to address those challenges. How do we do that?... Read More

365 Days Accident-Free

Quincy Recycle’s Alsip, IL plant hit an impressive milestone in April – 365 days without an accident! Why is that important to our vendors and customers? Two main reasons: fewer accidents means lower costs a safe environment is more efficient, reducing freight & handling costs “Our customers and vendors benefit,” Jon DeBoer, Operations Manager of... Read More

The Overflowing Warehouse Problem

It started with a simple request: “I need help.” A large plant in the St. Louis metro area had a concern. The printed paper used in the production of the company’s signature products comes into the plant on heavy rolls of various sizes… and their warehouse was overflowing with them. What the company discovered was that... Read More

Your Gaylord Box Source

Quincy Recycle buys and sells Gaylord boxes throughout the United States. Our six recycling facilities and our network of partners and vendors generate huge quantities of Gaylords, which means we have a wide variety of Gaylords on hand. When you contact us, our Gaylord specialists will listen to you, and find the right mix to... Read More