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Recycling in Sharon, VT
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As an essential service provider, Casella will continue to operate to serve all customers.​
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Recycling in Sharon, VT

How is Casella an industry professional in Recycling Service? We start by providing residents, homeowners and municipalities with environmentally conscious Recycling Service in Sharon, VT, that brings trash management to a different level. Each year Casella renews and processes enough raw waste to fill the capacity of the Empire State building 5 times. Simply contact Casella now to receive a price quote on our recycling in Sharon, VT.

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Recycling in Sharon, VT: Easy and Affordable

Our techniques and methods applied are not just for quality Recycling Service in Sharon, VT, but important steps in renewing the life of the products and waste we manage. Beyond our dedication to a greener tomorrow, we're also committed to offering you superior customer care, so that you can rest assured you'll get the service you deserve. By investing in new strategies and recycling techniques, Casella can keep bringing Recycling Service in Sharon, VT that lives up to the Casella name.

Casella also offers temporary services ideal for waste collection, as a result of construction, remodeling, house and basement clean-outs, special events or any other short-term project. It's the personal touch that makes Casella stand apart from other companies offering recycling in Sharon, VT.

Ready to get started? Simply fill out our online form or call us today at 802-281-4114 to find out more.

  One less pound that gets buried or incinerated. Casella continues to be an industry leader when developing new techniques for renewing waste and valuable resources; waste such as:

  • paper
  • cardboard 
  • aluminum cans
  • plastic bottles 
  • tin cans
  • glass bottles
We also strive to be responsible community members and work to protect environmental resources while also developing our people, all the while doing our utmost to improve where we live and work.