Revolution Recovery Opens Facility in Delaware

New location will allow C&D recycling company to service areas from Scranton, Pa., to Dover, Del.

August 6, 2012

The C&D salvaging and recycling company Revolution Recovery has opened a new facility in New Castle, Del.

The new space is designed to provide a wide range of recycling services to the area, including receiving waste at its 42,000-square foot facility and dumpster rental for construction or residential sites. The facility officially opened for business in April 2012. The company also is certified in LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) documentation and reporting.

Company founders Jon Wybar and Avi Golen say they feel that the new Delaware location serves as another step in the right direction for the company and the environment. “We are fortunate to have our environmental goals align with our economical goals: the more we recycle, the more profitable we are,” say the co-owners. “Our success translates to the success of our communities and benefits the environment as a whole.”

The new location serves as the next step in fulfilling the mission of Revolution Recovery: to keep materials out of landfills. Now able to service everywhere from Scranton Pa., to Dover Del., the company is able to handle more materials than ever, including wood, drywall, metal, rubble, cardboard, plastics, paper, ceiling tile, carpeting, fiberglass and shingles. Through various methods of repurposing, the company says it is a able to reuse or recycle 80 percent of the materials it receives.