Recycling Demand Mapping in Texas

In collaboration with STAR(State of Texas Alliance for Recycling) and the City of Austin’s Recycling Economic Development Program, SERDC has helped to identify over 125 businesses in Texas that process or use recycled feedstock.

When communities invest in local recycling collection programs, they’re supporting regional processors and manufacturers who depend on recycled plastics, glass, metals, paper and related materials to make new consumer goods.

These businesses collectively support almost 6,000 jobs (reported) and see a sales volume towering more than $1.5 billion.

This list/map is not guaranteed to be up to date or comprehensive. If there is information missing or out of date, please email to let us know so that we may update the list/map. Links to web sites are for the convenience of the user. Such links and use do not constitute an express or implied endorsement or approval of any private sector web site, or of the products or services of specifically identified companies or of any of the private entities. 

This information does not reflect an endorsement of these entities, and therefore assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of data contained herein, or for the success or failure of any business transaction resulting from opportunities listed in this information.

Last Update 9/2017

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