Why Choose a Pallet Recycling Service?
Bring money into your company
Maybe you overestimated how many pallets your company needed or maybe you no longer need as many as you did in the past. By selling them to Direct Supply, or a pallet company near you, you can recoup some of the cost of your initial investment. We offer fair market price for pallets that can be repaired and resold.
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Direct Supply offers attractive rates for your company’s pallets
Be sure you’re getting the best price for your pallets – whether they’re standard or custom sized pallets – by consulting with us first! We offer some of the most competitive pallet buy back rates in the Chicagoland area. If you live outside this area, visit the National Wooden Pallet & Container Association for resources to find a pallet recycler near you.
Clear out space
Perhaps you receive regular product shipments on pallets and you’ve accumulated a stockpile of them that are starting to crowd your warehouse. Holding onto them isn’t doing your company any favors, especially since you could be using that space for something that helps your business bring in more revenue.
Not only are they taking up space, they may begin to rot and breakdown, exposing rusty nails and splintered wood. This makes old, unused pallets not only a physical hazard, but a potential health hazard as well.
Many consumers are excited to work with businesses that make the effort to “go green.” As one of the “Three R’s of Recycling” (reduce, reuse, recycle), selling your used pallets back to a pallet buyer allows others to reuse that pallet without requiring additional forestry resources. Let your customers know that your company is helping the environment by taking part in a sustainable pallet recycling program.
Is Pallet Recycling Free?
Yes, pallet recycling is free. If you are getting rid of pallets that can be refurbished and reused, we’ll even pay you for them. However, certain pallets made from non-wood materials that have a more involved recycling process, you may be charged a disposal fee.