Service Spotlight: Quincy Recycle Equipment Division

Industrial and Commercial Manufacturers have a lot going on within their facilities. They are moving a ton of product in and out every day and producing a lot of scrap recyclable material along the way. Finding an efficient way to manage and prepare that scrap for recycling is an area many just simply don’t know where to start. Wouldn’t it be nice to partner with someone who can help you find the best recycling equipment for your business?

That’s where Quincy Recycle can help. We partner with companies all over the U.S. to help them achieve their waste reduction and sustainability goals. Our Equipment Sales and Service division is just one of the many services we offer to make it easy for our partners to manage their waste stream.

Helping companies manage their waste stream from early on.

Here at Quincy Recycle, we’ve always worked to help our customers get connected with the right equipment for their business’ needs. Over the years, many of our partners would come to us with questions and for help with their equipment needs. After a while, we started thinking – what if we took a more proactive approach to this side of our business? So, that’s just what we did.

Tom Saylor heads up the Equipment Division here at Quincy Recycle and he’s been hard at work establishing a nationwide network of service providers to help our partners from coast-to-coast.

We take a personal approach with each of our customers/vendors to find the right piece of equipment for their needs. – Tom Saylor, General Manager – Quincy Recycle Equipment Division

It’s more than just sales and service. Through the process, we also help educate our partners on how to make it easier to put their waste stream to better use.

Flexible Commercial Recycling Equipment Solutions

Choosing recycling equipment is not a one-size-fits-all situation. Each business’ needs are different. Quincy Recycle is an authorized distributor of a wide range of recycling equipment from several equipment suppliers. That’s important to us and our partners because it provides the flexibility to secure the best equipment for each of the businesses we work with. Here are just a few of the more common pieces of equipment you’ll find our vendor partners using in their facilities.

Large blue machinery used for processing recycled materials.

Vertical Balers

A Vertical Baler is often considered an introductory style machine and can handle waste streams up to 50 tons of material each month.


Large blue horizontal baler used for processing recycled materials.Horizontal Balers

These machines typically include a conveyor system and are suitable for helping prepare a variety of different materials, such as cardboard, paper, and plastics for efficient transport.



Large blue compactor used for processing recycled materials.Compactors

You’ll find compactors almost anywhere where waste is managed, and they are extremely versatile. With several styles available, it’s easy to find an option that makes sense for your business.





And, those are just a few examples of the equipment choices available. Make sure to check out our Recycling Equipment Sales page for more information and contact our team with additional questions.

Why is the Equipment Sales and Service Division so important?

For us, it’s another piece of the puzzle to building a complete, one-stop solution for our vendors and customers. Managing the logistics of the recycling process can be daunting and it’s important for us to make that process as easy as possible for our partners. That starts with setting them up with the best equipment for their facility.

Since they can process and bale their scrap right away, it’s easier to keep organized and contained while still in their facility. No loose scrap lying around means a cleaner and more importantly, a safer facility. Plus, the right equipment allows for a much more efficient way for customers to prepare their scrap for pickup and transit.

Without the right equipment, manufacturers may be forced to either pay to have someone haul their material to the landfill, which is bad for their bottom line and the environment OR pay extra to send loose scrap to be sorted by hand at a recycling facility. By taking full advantage of our Equipment Sales and Service team, our partners avoid those extra costs, and not to mention – valuable time.

So, how can Equipment Sales and Service from Quincy Recycle help make the recycling process run smoother for your business? It’s simple really. We set you up with the right equipment for your business. Our team listens to your pain points and takes the time to understand what it’ll take to help put your waste stream to work for you.

Ready to learn more?

Contact our team today for a free quote on recycling equipment. We offer multiple purchase options including; Purchase Outright, Lease to Own, and Rental. Our team will work closely with you to find the right equipment and purchasing solution to meet your needs.


About Quincy Recycle

We solve waste stream problems for manufacturers and other industrial suppliers. With over 45 years in the business, we handle paper, plastic, and metal recycling, and help clients build sustainable waste reduction processes within their business.


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