Recycling Services Business

Nick's Scrap Metal & Recycling in Colton, Oregon


Nick's Scrap Metal & Recycling

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(503) 824-2315

22031 South Schieffer Road

Colton
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OR
97017

Nick's Scrap Metal & Recycling is a business providing services in the field of Recycling Services. Nick's Scrap Metal & Recycling is located in Colton, OR on 22031 South Schieffer Road.

Nick's Scrap Metal & Recycling telephone number is (503) 824-2315.

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Helpful Tip for: Recycling Services


Recycling services are facilities available in Colton that ensure re-utilisation of waste products of daily life, including plastics and papers, for different purposes. These services are mainly rendered by several organizations that serve the purpose of utilizing wastes and converting them to reusable sources of energy or into some other forms, for preventing pollution. Other substances such as glass, metals or textiles are also taken up by these services and converted into useful products.








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