Speaking on Business: Clearfield Recycling
Clearfield Recycling is designed to be a one-stop recycling service center for homes and businesses.
This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.
Did you know that Americans throw away 35 billion plastic bottles each year, meaning only 25 percent of plastic produced here is recycled? Recycling helps conserve our natural resources, like coal, oil and gas, and to put it in perspective, if we recycled all newspapers, we could save over 250 million trees every year. Justin Klug loves being green and part of this purpose with his company, Clearfield Recycling, which has grown to include three locations, and this year he’s celebrating his 10th anniversary.
Justin says virtually everything produced now has some element of recycling to it, including steel, aluminum, brass and copper. Clearfield Recycling is designed to be a one-stop recycling service center for homes and businesses and accepts many types of recycling materials, like copper, aluminum, brass, steel, appliances, electronics, papers and cardboard. And, they happen to be one of the largest scrap metal recyclers in Davis County, paying out thousands of dollars for scrap metal every month.
The team includes 40 plus employees who love offering a 100 percent green product. Not to mention, without their services, many of these products would be destined for the landfill. Word of mouth is their most successful form of marketing; however, they’ve also had success with optimizing their website for internet searches.
Visit online at www.clearfieldrecycling.com.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.
With locations in Clearfield, Midvale and Ogden