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Recycling Resources - List of U.S. State-Specific Waste Exchanges

Also see the list of U.S. national and international waste material exchanges

And if you don't find the one you are looking for here, try our list of obscure exchanges

Materials and waste exchanges are markets for buying and selling reusable and recyclable commodities. Some are physical warehouses that advertise available commodities through printed catalogs, while others are simply Web sites that connect buyers and sellers. Some are coordinated by state and local governments. Others are wholly private, for-profit businesses. The exchanges also vary in terms of area of service and the types of commodities exchanged. In general, waste exchanges tend to handle hazardous materials and industrial process waste while materials exchanges handle nonhazardous items.

Typically, the exchanges allow subscribers to post materials available or wanted on a Web page listing. Organizations interested in trading posted commodities then contact each other directly. A

Wherever possible, the materials exchange presented contain a brief description of the services offered, including the materials available for exchange, how to contact the exchange, and other pertinent information. Significant effort has been made to provide a comprehensive and accurate list of materials exchanges; however, this document may not represent a complete listing of national, regional, and local exchanges.

Before you Ship Materials

Department of Transportation (DOT) and Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) rules apply when shipping and handling industrial hazardous materials. For general questions about industrial hazardous material exchanges, contact waste reduction specialists at the nearest county extension service or state regulatory agency.

National:

National Materials Exchange Network

National Materials Exchange Network (NMEN) was a cooperative effort of 36 materials exchanges across North America. NMEN offers an on-line national database of materials containing more than 5,200 listings of materials available and wanted in 17 categories.  NMEN listed materials available and needed including: waste by-products; off-spec, overstock, obsolete and damaged materials; and used and virgin solid and hazardous wastes. Update: August 26, 2004 - The NMEN phone numbers no longer work - it appears to be shut down. Below is a listing of separate waste exchanges - not as efficient, but try the ones closet to you first. 

States:

Alabama

bulletAlabama Biomass (Wood Waste) Exchange
ADECA-STE Division
P.O. Box 5690
Montgomery, AL 36103-5690
Contact:Clarence Mann
Phone:334 242-5330
Fax:334 242-0552
Services:Financial assistance, biomass exchange service, educational materials.

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Alaska

bulletAlaska Materials Exchange (AME)
Green Star Inc.

630 East 5th Ave., Suite 201
Anchorage, AK 99501
Phone:907 278-7827
Fax:907 279-5868
E-mail:info@greenstarinc.org
Web site:www.greenstarinc.org
Services:Green Star® is a non-profit organization that encourages businesses to practice waste reduction, energy conservation and pollution prevention. Through education, technical assistance and our nationally recognized award programs, Green Star helps businesses become more sustainable without jeopardizing the bottom line.

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Arizona
 

bulletArizona Resource Exchange
University of Arizona
PO Box 210460
Tucson, AZ 85721-0460
 
Contact:Jean Nielsen
Phone:520 621-1264
Fax:520 626-3003
E-mail:alana@email.arizona.edu


 
bulletArizona Waste Exchange
4725 East Sunrise Drive
Suite 215
Tucson, AZ 85718
 
Phone:602 299-7716
Fax:520 299-7716

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Arkansas
 

bulletResource Exchange Network for Eliminating Waste (RENEW)
TCEQ (MC-112)
PO Box 13087
Austin, TX 78711-3087
 
Contact:Sarah Slocum
Phone:512 239-3171
Fax:512 239-3165
E-mail:saslocum@TCEQ.state.tx.us
Web site:www.renewtx.org
Services:Biannual catalog lists materials available and wanted; serves Texas and surrounding states; lists are posted on the Internet.


 
bulletE-match
Arkansas Department of Economic Development (AEDC)
1 Capitol Mall
Little Rock, AR 72201
 
Phone:501 682-7322
Fax:501 682-2703
E-mail:edavis@1800ARKANSAS.com
Web site:www.aedc.state.ar.us/e-match
Services:Lets visitors place ads for buying or selling used materials. Operates E-match, a market identifier for various materials; finds markets for industrial scrap materials. Publishes a bimonthly catalog containing listings for all types of nonhazardous and hazardous materials available for exchange from sources throughout the United States and some areas of Canada and Mexico; serves states in EPA Regions 5, 6, and 7.

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California
 

bulletCalifornia Materials Exchange (CALMAX)
California Integrated Waste Management Board
1001 I Street
PO Box 4025, MS-14
Sacramento, CA 95812

 

Contact:Diana Rivera
Phone:877 520-9703 (toll free)
Fax:916 319-7641
E-mail:calmax@ciwmb.ca.gov
Web site:www.ciwmb.ca.gov/calmax


 
bulletCalifornia Recycled Plastics Markets
Phone:888 753-7485
E-mail:help@caplasticsmarkets.com
Web site:http://fmp.plasticsmarkets.com/plasticsmarkets/
Services:Connects buyers and sellers of recycled plastics through online listings.


 
bulletLos Angeles County Materials Exchange
Los Angeles County Department of Public Works,
Environmental Programs Division
900 South Fremont Avenue, 3rd Floor Annex
Alhambra, CA 91803-1331
 
Contact:Jennifer Nguyen
Phone:626 458-3580
Fax:626 458-3593
E-mail:jenguyen@dpw.co.la.ca.us
Web site:http://ladpw.org/epd/lacomax/
Services:Free service provided by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works designed to help residents, businesses, institutions, and organizations in Los Angeles County find markets for their industrial by-products, surplus materials, and other discards.

 
bulletL.A. SHARES

 
Contact:Bert Ball
Phone:213 485-1097
E-mail:bert@lashares.org
Web site:www.lashares.org
Services:L.A. SHARES is a nonprofit materials reuse program, which takes donations of reusable goods and materials (both new and gently used) from the local business community and redistributes these items free of charge to nonprofit organizations and schools throughout Los Angeles County. In addition to receiving tax deductions for items contributed, donors save the disposal cost of unwanted items. L.A. SHARES will arrange for a free pick up of your donation.

 
bulletNapaMAX
PO Box 660
Napa, CA 94559-0660
Phone:707 257-9250, Ext. 7291 or Ext. 7769
Fax:707 257-9522
E-mail:kmiller@cityofnapa.org
Web site:www.napamax.org
Services:Materials exchange program for the City of Napa. Web site enables users to gain needed materials or to discard any unnecessary or unwanted materials.


 
bulletProMax Materials Reuse Network
Ecology Action
PO Box 1188
Santa Cruz, CA 95061-1188
 
Contact:Victor R. Aguiar
Phone:831 426-5925, Ext. 35
Fax:831 425-1404
E-mail:promax@ecoact.org
Web site:www.ecoact.org/temp/zero_waste/promax.html
Services:Web site provides a list of materials available and wanted.


 
bulletSonomax - Sonoma County Material Exchange
575 Administration Drive, Room 117A
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Contact:Karina Chilcott
Phone:707 565-3668
707 527-3701
E-mail:sonomax@ap.net
Web site:www.recyclenow.org/sonomax


 
bulletVentura County Materials Exchange (VCMAX)
800 South Victoria Avenue
Ventura, CA 93009-1650
Contact:Lorraine Timmons
Phone:805 648-9226
Fax:805 648-9233
E-mail:swmd@rain.org
Web site:www.rain.org/~swmd/vcmax
Services:Web site has a listing of available and wanted materials and a list of California and national exchanges.

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Colorado

bulletColorado Materials Exchange (COMEx)
University of Colorado Recycling Services
University of Colorado - Boulder
Campus Box 207
Boulder, CO 80309-0207
 
Contact:Jack DeBell
Phone: 303 492-4330
Fax: 303 492-1897
E-mail: comex@stripe.colorado.edu
 Web site:www.colorado.edu/cure/comex
 Services:Publishes a biannual catalog and a monthly insert in Rocky Mountain Environmental Marketplace newsletter listing hazardous and nonhazardous materials, as well as surplus products and equipment available for exchange; serves entire Rocky Mountain region; waste audits and other services are available.
 Fees:Catalog costs $245; subscribers fee required to list materials.


 
bulletTSDX Corporation
1667 Cole Blvd, Suite 400
Golden, CO 80401
Phone:800 508-9961 or
303 202-6620
Fax:303 237-1103
E-mail:info@tsdx.com
Services:Online surplus materials catalog and database; nationwide platform facilitates sale and exchange of residual or surplus materials; primary materials are various types of industrial byproducts and waste; Web page requires password.

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Connecticut

bulletMaterial Exchange
62 Cherry Street
Bridgeport, CT 06605
Phone:203 335-3452
Services:Nonprofit handling building materials including appliances, windows, doors, and paint.


 
bulletEPA New England's Reuse Directory
Web site:www.epa.gov/NE/assistance/reuse/index.html
Services:A resource guide to donation opportunities for businesses, local governments, and residents.

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Delaware

bulletGreen Industries Re-use Product Listing

 
bulletMid-Atlantic Consortium of Recycling and Economic Development Officials (MACREDO) Recycling Markets Directory Search
Web site:http://macredo.libertynet.org/database/index.html
Services: MACREDO's compilation of recycling facilities in the region presented in the form of a searchable database. Users can search the database for entries based on business name, location, commodity group, or facility type.

 

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Florida
 

bulletAlachua County Public Works WasteXchange
PO Box 1188
Gainsville, FL 32602-1188
Contact: Sue Blythe
Phone: 352 374-5245, Ext. 281
Fax: 352 337-6244
E-mail:sblythe@co.alachua.fl.us
Web site:www.alachuaexchange.com
Services: A service of the Alachua County Public Works Department, this site offers options for searching a database to find desired materials, donating unwanted materials, or requesting materials not found on the site.


 
bulletCity of Deerfield Beach
Public Works Department
210 Goolsby Blvd.
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
Contact:Cheryl Miller
Phone:954 480-4454
Fax:954 480-4393
E-mail:cmiller@fieldbch.com


 
bulletCommercial Materials Exchange
Contact: David Burt
E-mail: dburtfl@juno.com
Services: Nonprofit handling building materials including appliances, windows, doors, and paint.


 
bulletBuilding 99
Sarasota, FL
Phone: 941 358-7730
E-mail:support@Building99.com
Web site:www.building99.com
Services: Online marketplace for those who are buying, selling, or trading construction materials and components.


 
bulletIndustrial Materials Exchange, Inc.
1101 SW 2nd Avenue
Suite 234
Boca Raton, FL 33487
 
Contact:Lisa Militano
Phone: 800 541-9444
Fax: 407 995-7156


 
bulletFlorida Waste Exchange
A Service of Environmental Research and Restoration Corp.
2848 North State Road #7
Hollywood, FL 33021
 
Phone: 954 967-0011
Fax: 954 989-3377
E-mail: dpkart@icanect.net
Services:A for-profit research service locating outlets for hazardous and non-hazardous waste; commonly handled non-hazardous wastes include drums and building materials.
Fees:Depends on commodity and amount of research required to find an outlet.


 
bulletSouthern Waste Information Exchange (SWIX)
PO Box 960
Tallahassee, FL 32302
Contact:Gene Jones or Ray Moreau
Phone: 800 441-7949
Fax: 850 386-4321
E-mail: gene@swix.ws or ray@swix.ws
Web site: wastexchange.org
Services: Catalog, published twice a year, contains listings for all types of materials; information clearinghouse for industry provides information concerning solid and hazardous waste management; an electronics
equipment exchange
.

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Georgia

bulletEnviroShare Materials Exchange
Hall County Resource Recovery
PO Drawer 1435
Gainesville, GA 30503
 
Contact:Richard Foote
Phone: 770 535-8284
Fax: 770 531-3966
E-mail:rfoote@hallcounty.org
Web site: www.enviroshare.org
Services: Provides listing of all types of materials available and wanted; serves northeastern Georgia.


 
bulletTennessee Materials Exchange
105 Student Services Building
1331 Circle Park
Knoxville, TN 37996
Contact:Richard Buggeln
Phone: 865 974-9058
Fax: 865 974-1528
E-mail:buggeln@utk.edu
Web site:www.cis.utk.edu/TME
Services: Publishes a catalog three times per year; serves Tennessee and its surrounding states; does not handle radioactive materials.

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Hawaii

bulletHawaii Materials Exchange (HIMEX)
Maui Recycling Group, Inc.
PO Box 880852
Maui, HI 96788
Contact:Jeff Stark
Phone:866 542-2232 or
808 878-6666
Fax:808 878-6666
E-mail: jstark@maui.net
Web site: www.alohashares.org
Services: Publishes a catalog three times per year with commodity lists; matches businesses and individuals who have valuable materials to be exchanged with businesses and individuals in need of these materials; facilitates no-cost trades between HIMEX listers.
Fees:Materials matching service is free.


 
bulletAloha Shares Network
PO Box 880852
Pukalani, HI 96788
Contact:Joy Webster
Maui Recycling Group
Phone:808-572-6668
Fax:808 572-4817
Web site: www.alohashares.org
Services: Donations of material are accepted from anyone
in our community, including businesses, organizations, individuals, and government
agencies. Recipients must be nonprofit organizations, churches, or schools registered in the State of Hawaii.
Fees:There is no charge to either the donor or the recipient for the service offered by Aloha Shares Network. The donor may not charge the recipient for the items donated.

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Idaho

bulletNW MaterialsMart
Phone: 503 229-5479
E-mail: NWexchange@deq.state.or.us
Web site: www.nwmaterialsmart.org
Services: A coalition of public and private organizations supporting the use of materials exchanges in the Northwest. Lists regional and specialty exchanges.

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Illinois

bulletIndustrial Material Exchange Service
Illinois EPA (34)
PO Box 19276, MC#24
1021 North Grand Avenue, East, #24
Springfield, IL 62794-9276
Contact:Diane McClain
Phone: 217 782-0450
Fax: 217 782-9142
E-mail: diane.mcclain@epa.state.il.us
Web site:www.epa.state.il.us/imes.html
Services:Publishes a bimonthly catalog that contains listings for all types of nonhazardous and hazardous materials available for exchange from sources throughout the United States and some areas of Canada and Mexico; serves states in EPA Regions 5, 6, and 7.


 
bulletNational Association for Exchange of Industrial Resources
560 McClure Street
Galesburg, IL 61401
 
Contact:Cruz A. Ramos
Phone:800 562-0955, Ext. 341
Fax:309 343-0862
E-mail:donor@naeir.org
Web site:www.naeir.org
Services:Solicit donations of valuable, new merchandise from American corporations and redistribute this merchandise to members who include non-profit organizations, churches, and schools.

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Indiana

bulletIndiana Materials Exchange
Office of Pollution Prevention and Technical Assistance, IDEM
150 West Market Street, Suite 703
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2811
Contact:Kristin Brier
Phone: 317 232-8172
Fax: 317 233-5627
E-mail: imx@dem.state.in.us
Web site: www.in.gov/idem/imx
Services: Accepts 17 standard categories of materials; contact the exchange to be added to its mailing list.


 
bulletMaterials Available Database
Phone: 317 232-8940
E-mail: tsorge@commerce.state.in.us
Web site: www.in.gov/doc/commercerecycles/available
Services: The Materials Available Database is a listing of scrap materials produced by Indiana companies that can be used as valuable raw materials by others.

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Iowa

bulletIowa Waste Exchange
Recycle Iowa

200 East Grand Avenue
Des Moines, IA 50309
Contact:Matt Rasmussen
Phone: 800 245-4692
Fax:515 242-4795
E-mail: recycleiowa@ided.state.ia.us
Web site: www.RecycleIowa.org
 Services:Quarterly newsletter and database list of materials available for exchange; some restrictions exist on hazardous materials. Database of materials for exchange available on the Recycle Iowa Web site (http://216.81.223.68/dnrrecycle/AVAsearchinput.asp).
 Fees:Free to Iowa residents.

 

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Kansas

bulletKansas Market Directory
 
Web site: www.kansasbirp.com/directories.html
Services: This directory helps users find markets for collected materials.



Kentucky

bulletKentucky Industrial Materials Exchange
Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center
420 Academic Building
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY 40292
Phone: 502 852-0965
800 334-8635, Ext. 0965
Fax: 502 852-0964
E-mail: kime@kppc.org
Web site: www.kppc.org/kime
Services: Home page lists materials handled, including municipal solid waste and industrial process waste; serves Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia.


 
bulletTennessee Materials Exchange
105 Student Services Building
Knoxville, TN 37996
Contact:Richard Buggeln
Phone: 865 974-9058
Fax: 865 974-1528
E-mail: buggeln@utk.edu
Web site: www.cis.utk.edu/TME
Services: Catalog is published three times per year; serves Tennessee and its surrounding states; does not handle radioactive materials.


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Louisiana

 

bulletResource Exchange Network for Eliminating Waste (RENEW)
TCEQ (MC-112)
PO Box 13087
Austin, TX 78711-3087
Phone: 512 239-3171
Fax: 512 239-3165
E-mail: saslocum@TCEQ.state.tx.us
Web site: www.renewtx.org
Services: Biannual catalog lists materials available and wanted; serves Texas and surrounding states; lists are posted on the Internet.


 
bulletTranscontinental Materials Exchange
University of New Orleans
820 Engineering Bldg.
New Orleans, LA 70148
Contact:Rita Czek
Phone: 504 280-7089
Fax: 504 280-5586
E-mail:rlcce@uno.edu
Services:Publishes a bimonthly catalog that lists materials available and wanted (along with business advertisements) including 11 standard categories, plus electronics and other miscellaneous products.
Fees:Listing materials in catalog is free, but a catalog subscription fee is charged.


 
bulletIndustrial Material Exchange Service
PO Box 19276, MC#24
1021 North Grand Avenue, East, #24
Springfield, IL 62794-9276
Contact: Diane McClain
Phone: 573 751-4919
Fax: 573 635-3486
E-mail: diane.mcclain@epa.state.il.us
Web site:www.epa.state.il.us/imes.html
Services:Publishes a bimonthly catalog that contains listings for all types of nonhazardous and hazardous materials available for exchange from sources throughout the United States and some areas of Canada and Mexico; serves states in EPA Regions 5, 6, and 7.

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Maine

Contact Bruce White, (207) 287-8053, for current information.

bulletMaine Housing and Building Materials Exchange
Gray Location
169 Lewiston Road
Gray, ME 04039
Phone: 207 657-2957
Web site:www.mainebme.org
Services: Handles a variety of materials meeting the housing needs for the community.


 
bulletMaine Materials Exchange (M2X)
93 Maquoit Drive
Freeport, ME 04032
 
Contact:Harold E. Arndt
Phone: 207 865-6621
Fax: 207 865-6478
E-mail: h.arndt@m2x.com
Web site:www.m2x.com
Services: Periodic newsletter lists materials exchanged; serves Maine and northeast states; handles many materials including industrial and business surplus, machinery, metals, and some hazardous materials; listing is posted on the organization's Web site as well.
Fees:20 percent of sale value from material exchange (negotiable).

 
bulletMaine Waste Management Services Directory
Web site:http://thor.dafs.state.me.us/pls/spo/spwmdev.directory.main_page
Services:This directory provides information to assist with collecting, processing, and marketing solid waste and recyclables. It lists brokers, processors, and markets for recyclable materials, reuse services, vendors of recycling equipment, disposal facilities, consultants, publications and solid waste organizations.


 
bulletEPA New England's Reuse Directory
Web site:www.epa.gov/NE/assistance/reuse/index.html
Services:A resource guide to donation opportunities for businesses, local governments, and residents.


 

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Maryland

bulletThe Loading Dock
2523 Gwynn Falls Parkway
Baltimore, Maryland 21216
 
Phone: 410 728-3625
Fax: 410 728-3633
E-mail: general@loadingdock.org
Web site:www.loadingdock.org
Services: This nonprofit organization collects surplus and used/useable building materials and redistributes them to those in need.

 
bulletMid-Atlantic Consortium of Recycling and Economic Development Officials (MACREDO) Recycling Markets Directory Search
Web site:http://macredo.libertynet.org/database/index.html
Services: MACREDO's compilation of recycling facilities in the region presented in the form of a searchable database. Users can search the database for entries based on business name, location, commodity group, or facility type.


 
bulletMillenium Exchange (MMEX)
PO Box 4875
Annapolis, MD 21403
Phone: 410 280-2080
Fax:410 280-0025
E-mail:trade@mmex.com
Services: Information clearinghouse for industrial secondary materials available and wanted; service area includes the 13 northeastern states from Virginia to Maine and from Ohio to the east coast, although listings span the entire United States.


 
bulletReuse Development Organization, Inc. (ReDO)
c/o The Loading Dock
2523 Gwynn Falls Parkway
Baltimore, MD 21216
Phone: 410 669-7245
Fax: 410 728-3633
E-mail: info@redo.org
Web site: www.redo.org

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Massachusetts
 

bulletEPA New England's Reuse Directory
Web site:www.epa.gov/NE/assistance/reuse/index.html
Services:A resource guide to donation opportunities for businesses, local governments, and residents.


 
bulletMassachusetts Materials Exchange
26 Market St.
Northhampton, MA 01060
Contact: John Majerack
Phone:
 
413-586-7350
Fax:413 586-7351
E-mail:info@materialsexchange.org
Web:www.materialsexchange.org
Services: Accepts listings of any non-hazardous commercially generated materials.

 
bulletRecycling Services Directory for Massachusetts

 
Phone: 617 236-7715
E-mail: rsd@wastecap.org
Web site: www.wastecap.org/wastecap/rsd2003
Services: The Recycling Services Directory for Massachusetts (RSD) lists companies that accept, collect, or purchase materials for recycling and reuse from Massachusetts businesses, communities, or individuals.


 
bulletWestern Massachusetts Material Exchange
26 Market Street
Northampton, MA 01060
 
Contact:Jim Desmond
Phone: 413 586-7350
Fax: 413 586-7351
E-mail: cetnoho@aol.com
Services: Locates outlets for a variety of industrial materials and office equipment.
Fees: Organizations must donate a portion of cost savings achieved to the exchange.


 
bulletWoodlist, Inc.
277 Linden Street
Suite 204
Wellesley, MA 02482
Phone: 877 487-6504 or 781 283-5757
E-mail: info@woodlist.com
Web site: www.e-wood.com
Services: Privately funded corporation connects buyers and sellers of wood flooring, cabinets, and surplus building materials.

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Michigan

bulletMichigan Materials Exchange Service
Michigan Dept. of Environmental Quality,
Pollution Prevention Section
Environmental Assistance Division
PO Box 30457
Lansing, MI 48909-7957
Contact: Lucy Doroshko
Phone: 800 662-9278
517 373-1322
Fax: 517 335-4729
E-mail: doroshkl@michigan.gov
Web site: www.michigan.gov/deq/1,1607,7-135-6132_6828-12382--00.html
Services:Michigan manages an inventory site on Recyclers World that provides Michigan businesses the opportunity to list available materials. The state's environmental assistance division will list materials and check online exchanges for companies that do not have access to the Internet.


 
bulletThe Scrap Box
581 State Circle
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Contact: Sally Warn
Phone: 743 994-0012 or
734 994-4420
Fax: 734 994-4420 (call first)
Web site:www.comnet.org/scrapbox
Services: This nonprofit community resource center is filled with an ever-changing inventory of unique materials for creative re-use by crafters, artists, teachers, and children.

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Minnesota

bulletAmerican Plastics Exchange, Inc.
1425 Hampshire Ave., South, Suite 113
Minneapolis, MN 55426
Contact: Bert Foster
Phone: 612 544-1100
Fax: 612 544-9811
E-mail:apexq@concentric.net
Web site:www.apexq.com
Services: World's largest database service for buying and selling surplus resin and scrap plastic.


 
bulletIndustrial Fabric Products Review Exchange
345 Cedar Street
Suite 800
Saint Paul, MN 55101-1088
Phone: 612 222-2508
Fax: 612 222-8215


 
bulletMinnesota Materials Exchange
Minnesota Technical Assistance Program
University of Minnesota, McNamara Alumni Center
200 Oak Street, SE, Suite 350
Minneapolis, MN 55455-2008
Contact: Suzy Mellen or Barb Nesheim
Phone: 612 624-1300
Fax:612 624-3370
Web site: www.mnexchange.org
Services: Provides an online catalog of materials available and materials wanted.


 
bulletNorthcentral Minnesota Materials Exchange
Cass County Environmental Service Department
Cass County Courthouse
Box 3000
Walker, MN 56484
Contact: Brita Sailer
Phone: Phone: 218 547-7428
Fax:218 547-2440
E-mailbsailer.matex@co.cass.mn.us
Web site: www.co.cass.mn.us/esd/matex.html
Services: Mainly for businesses, although residents may list materials in certain cases. Serves Cass, Crow Wing, and Hubbard Counties.


 
bulletNortheast Minnesota Materials Exchange
Western Lake Superior Sanitary District (WLSSD)
2626 Courtland Street
Duluth, MN 55806
Contact: Heidi Carlson
Phone: 218 722-3336, ext. 440
Fax: 218 727-7471
E-mail: matexch@cp.duluth.mn.us
Web site:www.wlssd.duluth.mn.us/ENVPROG.HTM
Services: Accepts various types of nonhazardous materials for exchange; serves northeastern Minnesota and northwestern Wisconsin.


 
bulletSEMREX
Olmsted County Public Works
2122 Campus Drive, SE
Rochester, MN 55904
Contact: Sharon Vrieze
Phone: 507 529-4526
Fax: 507 287-2320
E-mail: vrieze.sharon@co.olmsted.mn.us
Web site:www.olmstedwaste.com/wastereduction/
exchange.htm


 
bulletOtter Tail County Materials Exchange
121 Junius Avenue W
Fergus Falls, MN 56537
Phone: 218 998-8595
Fax: 218 998-8075
Web site: www.co.otter-tail.mn.us/solidwaste/ME/default.asp
 
Services: Mainly for businesses; service is free.


 
bulletSouthwest Minnesota Materials Exchange
Nobels County/Environmental Services
PO Box 187
Worthington, MN 56187
Contact: Roger Schroeder
Phone: 507 372-8210
E-mail: rogerschroeder@co.lyon.mn.us
Web site:www.lyonco.org/sw/mex.html
Services: Lists various types of materials for exchange; serves southwestern Minnesota.


 
bulletWest Central Minnesota Materials Exchange
Nobels County/Environmental Services
PO Box 187
Worthington, MN 56187
Contact: Kathy Maher
Phone: 218 299-7332
E-mail:kathy.maher@co.clay.mn.us
Web site: www.glrppr.org/contacts/org_view.cfm?orgid=445
Services: Lists various types of materials for exchange; serves southwestern Minnesota.

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Mississippi

bulletTennessee Materials Exchange
226 Capitol Boulevard
Suite 606
Nashville, TN 37219
Phone: 615 532-8657
Fax: 615 532-4937
E-mail: buggeln@utk.edu
Web site: http://www.cis.utk.edu/TME/
Services: Catalog is published three times per year; serves Tennessee and its surrounding states; does not handle radioactive materials.

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Missouri

bulletIllinois Industrial Material Exchange Service
Illinois EPA (34)
PO Box 19276, MC#24
1021 North Grand Avenue, East, #24
Springfield, IL 62794-9276
Contact:Diane McClain
Phone: 217 782-0450
Fax: 217 782-9142
E-mail: diane.mcclain@epa.state.il.us
Web site:www.epa.state.il.us/imes.html
Services:Missouri distributes the bimonthly catalog published by Illinois that contains listings for all types of nonhazardous and hazardous materials available for exchange from sources throughout the United States and some areas of Canada and Mexico; serves states in EPA Regions 5, 6, and 7.


 
bulletIndustry Online Central
HazWaste, Inc.
Phone: 314 842-8383
Web site:www.iolcentral.com
Services: Matches businesses that produce waste, industrial byproducts, surplus materials and equipment with businesses who can use them. Listing on IOL Central is free, a service fee is charged for successful exchanges.

 
bulletChoose Environmental Excellence - Gateway Region
9012A Manchester Rd.
St. Louis, MO 63144
 
Web site:www.ceegr.org
Services: Use this simple, searchable database to find recycling options, places where you can buy items made of recycled components or reusable items, and service providers that handle hazardous waste, technical and legal consultants for waste related issues, and environmental testing in the Greater St. Louis area.

 

bulletSurplus Exchange
1107 Hickory
Kansas City, MO 64101
Contact: Rick Goring
Phone: 816 472-0444
Fax: 816 472-8105
E-mail: rgoring@crn.org
Web site:www.surplusexchange.org
Services: Operates a warehouse filled with business furniture, equipment, and electronics available to the nonprofit community and the general public.


 
bulletTennessee Materials Exchange
105 Student Services Building
Knoxville, TN 37996
Contact:Richard Buggeln
Phone: 865 974-9058
Fax: 865 974-1258
E-mail: buggeln@utk.edu
Web site: http://www.cis.utk.edu/TME/
Services: Catalog is published three times per year; serves Tennessee and its surrounding states; does not handle radioactive materials.


 
bulletIndustrial Material Exchange Service (IMES)
Environmental Improvement and Energy Resources Authority

325 Jefferson Street
Jefferson City, MO 65101
Contact:Tom Welch
Phone: 573 751-4919
Fax: 573 635-3486
Services: Bimonthly catalog lists companies and available materials, including byproducts and industrial and hazardous waste; matches Missouri businesses that have onsite waste products with companies seeking raw materials for reuse in manufacturing processes; operated in conjunction with Illinois Industrial Materials Exchange.

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Montana

bulletMontana Material Exchange
MSU Extension Service
PO Box 173580
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 59717
Contact:Michael Vogel
Phone: 406 994-3451
Fax: 406 994-5417
E-mail:mvogel@montana.edu
Web Page www.montana.edu/mme/
Services: Quarterly publication lists materials available and wanted; form for adding a material to the listing is available through the exchange office.

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Nebraska

 

bulletNebraska Materials Exchange Program
Keep Nebraska Beautiful
3201 Pioneers Boulevard, Suite 306
Lincoln, NE 68502
Contact: Kari Ruse
Phone: 402 486-4562
402 486-4622
Fax: 402-486-4563
E-mail: jpolson@knb.org
Web Page www.knb.org/exchange.html
Services: Operates the Nebraska Materials Exchange Program for businesses, industries, and schools to exchange any usable materials.

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Nevada

bulletEnvironmental Leadership Materials Exchange
PO Box 10786
Reno, NV 89510
Contact:Ahab Wolf
Phone: 775 323-3433
Fax: 775 323-3766
E-mail: ahabwolf@aol.com
Web Page www.environleader.org/intro.html
Services: Provides a free service for individuals, businesses, and institutions throughout Nevada; service provided to businesses, nonprofits, and individuals.


 
bulletEducation Collaborative of Washoe County
From Crayons to Computers

PO Box 30425
Reno, NV 89520
Contact:Denise Hedrick, Executive Director
Phone: 775 353-5533
Fax: 775 353-5536
E-mail: dhedrick@washoe.K12.nv.us
Web Page www.e-collaborative.org


 
bulletNevadaMax
6100 Neil Road, Suite 400
Reno, NV 89511
Contact:Pete Johnsen
Phone: 775 689-6674
Fax:775 689-6689
E-mail:pjohnsen@nevadamax.org
Web Page www.nevadamax.org


 
bulletEducator's Closet Reuse Center
Carson City
Contact:Kristi Pulizzotto
Phone: 775 283-2048


 
bulletClark County Public Education Foundation
Las Vegas/Clark County
3360 West Sahara, Suite 160
Las Vegas, NV 89102
Phone: 702 799-1042

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New Hampshire

 

bulletDonation Depot at New Hampshire College
2500 North River Road
Manchester, NH 03106-1045
Contact: Frank Eaton
Phone: 603 645-9622
Fax: 603 645-9666
E-mail: eatonfr@nhc.edu
Web Page www.snhu.edu/Home_Page/Administration1/Donation_Depot.html
Services: Accepts reusable surplus materials from industry and distributes to nonprofit organizations at no cost.


 
bulletEPA New England's Reuse Directory
Web site:www.epa.gov/NE/assistance/reuse/index.html
Services:A resource guide to donation opportunities for businesses, local governments, and residents.


 
bulletNew Hampshire Material Exchange (NHME)
WasteCap
122 North Main Street
Concord, NH 03301
Phone: 603 224-1517
Fax: 603 224-2872
E-mail: exchange@wastecapnh.org
Web Page www.wastecapnh.org/nhme
Services: Online database lists various materials available for exchange.


 
bulletNew Hampshire Waste Exchange
122 North Main Street
Concord, NH 03301
Contact:Mark Toussaint
Phone: 603 224-1517
Fax: 603 224-2872
E-mail: exchange@wastecapnh.org
Web Page www.wastecapnh.org/nhme
Services: Handles materials in 17 categories. Listings accessible through quarterly catalog, web site, e-mail, and fax service.

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New Jersey

bulletMorris County MUA's Material Exchange Program
PO Box 370
Mendham, NJ 07945-0370
Contact:Laura MacPherson
Phone: 973 829-8006
Fax: 973 285-8397
E-mail: greengal@njhazwaste.com
Web site: www.mcmua.com/WasteReduction/matex.htm
Services: Online materials exchange grouped by various categories that assists people in acquiring materials from donors.


 
bulletNew Jersey Industrial Waste Information Exchange
50 West State Street, Suite 1310
Trenton, NJ 08608
Contact:William Payne
Phone: 609 989-7888
Fax: 609 989-9696
Services: Periodically published catalog lists all types of materials; serves New Jersey only.
Fees: Fee required for members and non-members.


 
bulletTrenton Materials Exchange
PO Box 693
Trenton, NJ 08604
Contact: Geri LaPlaca
Phone: 609 278-0033
Fax: 609 278-4900
E-mail: glaplaca@tmex.org
Web site:www.tmex.org
Services: Organization benefits individuals, non-profits, and small businesses by providing them with reusable office furniture, medical equipment, and building supplies.

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New Mexico
 

bulletResource Exchange Network for Eliminating Waste (RENEW)
TCEQ (MC-112)
PO Box 13087
Austin, TX 78711-3087
Contact:Sarah Slocum
Phone: 512 239-3171
Fax: 512 239-3165
E-mail: saslocum@TCEQ.state.tx.us
Web site: www.renewtx.org
Services: Biannual catalog lists materials available and wanted; serves Texas and surrounding states; lists are posted on the Internet.


 
bulletIllinois Industrial Material Exchange Service
Illinois EPA (34)
PO Box 19276, MC#24
1021 North Grand Avenue, East #24
Springfield, IL 62794-9276
 
Contact:Diane McClain
Phone: 573 751-4919
Fax: 573 635-3486
E-mail: diane.mcclain@epa.state.il.us
Web site:www.epa.state.il.us/imes.html
Services:Publishes a bimonthly catalog that contains listings for all types of nonhazardous and hazardous materials available for exchange from sources throughout the United States and some areas of Canada and Mexico; serves states in EPA Regions 5, 6, and 7.

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New York

bulletEast Williamsburg Valley Industrial Development Corporation (EWVIDCO)
11-29 Catherine Street, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Contact:Janet Chambers
Phone:718 388-7287, Ext. 172
Fax:718 963-1905
E-mail:janetchambers@ewvidco.com


 
bulletHudson Valley Materials Exchange, Inc.
1101 First Street
New Windsor, NY 12553
Contact: Jill Gruber
Phone: 845 567-1445
Fax: 845 567-1536
E-mail: hvme@hvc.rr.com
Web site:www.hvmaterialsExchange.com
Services: A publicly funded, nonprofit redistribution center for materials suitable for Arts, Education, and Construction.


 
bulletIndustrial Waste Recycling and Prevention Program (INWRAP)
Long Island City Business Development Corporation
29-10 Thomson Avenue
9th floor
Long Island City, NY 11101
Contact: Marvin Luccioni
Phone: 718 786-5300, Ext. 32
Fax: 718 937-1799
E-mail: marvinluccioni@licbdc.org
Web site:www.licbdc.org/services/inwrap.htm
Services: Primarily assists small industrial and commercial firms by conducting facility assessments to determine waste reduction, materials management, and recycling opportunities. INWRAP also has a separate research, development, and educational outreach program for hard to reduce, reuse, and recycle materials.


 
bulletAssociation for Resource Conservation's Materials Resource Center
1521 Lincoln Avenue
Holbrook, NY 11741
Contact:Julie Sullivan
Phone: 516 580-7290
Fax: 516 580-7292
E-mail:info@materialresourcecenter.org
Web site:www.materialresourcecenter.org/index.htm
Services: Nonprofit warehouse center for reuse of industrial scrap and surplus by the educational and arts communities. Maintains Link-Ups, a listing of available industrial materials for business or nonprofit users.
Fees:Small handling fee, membership fee.


 
bulletBuffalo Alliance for Education's Materials Reuse Project
 
Phone: 716 836-6182
Fax:716 836-7129
Services: Accepts materials discarded by Buffalo area businesses and redistributes the items to schools and charitable organizations.


 
bulletEastern Rensselaer County Community Warehouse
21428 State Route 22
Hoosick Falls, NY 12090
 
Phone: 518 686-7540
Services: Accepts household furnishings, office equipment and furniture, building materials, and other items from the Albany-Troy, New York, and Bennington, Vermont, areas.


 
bulletIntervol
1425 Portland Avenue
Box #138
Rochester, NY 14621
 
Contact:Doug Castner
Phone: 518 686-7540
E-mail:doug.castner@viahealth.org
Services: Accepts medical supplies and equipment from hospitals, health care facilities, and other organizations in western and central New York and makes these materials available for reuse.


 
bulletMaterials for the Arts
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Department of Sanitation, and Board of Education
785 9th Avenue, 4th Floor
New York, New York 10011
 
Phone: 212 255-5924
Fax:212 924-1925
E-mail:materialsforthearts@juno.com
Services: Makes donated materials from businesses in New York City available to local arts organizations and schools.


 
bulletNew York Wa$teMatch Program
c/o ITAC
253 Broadway, Room 302
New York, NY 10007
Contact:Josh Rosenfield, Program Manager
Phone: 212 442-5219
Fax:212 442-4567
E-mail: wastematch@wastematch.org
Web site: www.wastematch.org
Services: NY Wa$teMatch operates an online materials exchange for businesses, nonprofits, other organizations, and residents in New York City. Staff members also perform free waste assessments for businesses; recommend source reduction, reuse, and recycling practices; and
establish contracts for waste services.
Fees: Listing materials on the online exchange is free; contributions for completed transactions are welcome. Waste assessments are also free.
NY Wa$teMatch collects a fee from businesses that realize cost savings or revenues by implementing the program's recommendations.


 
bulletWaste Management Commodities Exchange
125 Baylis Road
Melville, NY 11747
Contact: Margie SanFilippo
Phone: 631 756-0095
Fax: 631 756-1064
E-mail: msanfilippo@wm.com
Web site:http://commodities.wm.com/wmx/exchange.nsf
Services: Online trading center dedicated to buying and selling all types of recyclable scrap materials such as (but not limited to): Plastics, paper, metals, glass, rubber (non-tire), wood, electronic products, and building and construction materials.


 
bulletWestern New York Material Exchange (MATEX)
Genesee County Building 2
3837 West Main Street Road
Batavia, NY 14020-9404
Contact:Jackie Lowe
Phone: 800 836-1154 or 585 344-2580, Ext. 5463
Fax: 585 344-4037
E-mail: jlowe@co.genessee.ny.us
Web site: www.recycle.net/matex
Services: Serves businesses, schools, institutions, and governments in the 15 counties of western New York and assists them with waste reduction. Offers a continuously updated catalogue on a bi-monthly basis as well as online access.
 Fees: No service fees charged.

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North Carolina
 

bulletNorth Carolina WasteTrader
North Carolina Division of Pollution Prevention and Environmental Assistance (DPPEA)
1639 Mail Service Center
Raleigh NC 27699-1639
Phone: 919 715-6500 or 800763-0136
Fax: 919 715-6794
E-mail: wastetrader@p2pays.org
Web site:www.ncwastetrader.org
Services: NC WasteTrader (NCWT) is a free waste exchange serving North Carolina. This is an actively managed exchange providing staffed assistance, matching post-industrial waste and surplus commodities with markets. NC DPPEA also provides free, non-regulatory, onsite waste reduction technical assistance to North Carolina businesses. Funding for NCWT is provided by the North Carolina Energy Office and the Division of Pollution Prevention and Environmental Assistance. A P2Assist Waste Reduction Listserv is also available.


 
bulletScrap Exchange
548 Foster Street
Durham, NC 27701
Contact:Faye Miller
Phone: 919 688-6960
Fax: 919 688-2792
E-mail: thescrapexchange@earthlink.net
Web site:www.scrapexchange.org
Services: A nonprofit organization that collects clean, reusable industrial discards for creative reuse.



 
bulletSouthern Waste Information eXchange, Inc. (SWIX)
Post Office Box 960
Tallahassee, FL 32302
Contact:Gene Jones or Ray Moreau
Phone: 800 441-7949
Fax: 850 386-4321
E-mail:gene@swix.ws or ray@swix.ws
Web site:wastexchange.org
Services: Catalog, published twice a year, contains listings for all types of materials; information clearinghouse for industry provides information concerning solid and hazardous waste management; an electronics
equipment exchange
.

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Ohio
 

bulletThe Interchange
Christy Kellner
Business Specialist
The Interchange
250 William Howard Taft Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45219
Contact: Christy Kellner
Phone: 513 946-7732
Fax: 513 946-7779
E-mail: christy.kellner@hamilton-co.org
Web Page  


 
bulletKentucky Industrial Materials Exchange
Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center
420 Academic Building
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY 40292
Phone: 502 852-0965
800 334-8635, Ext. 0965
Fax: 502 852-0964
E-mail: kime@kppc.org
Web site: www.kppc.org/KIME/index.cfm
Services: Home page lists materials handled, including municipal solid waste and industrial process waste; serves Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia.


 
bulletMahoning Valley Materials Exchange
One University Plaza
Youngstown, OH 44555
Contact:Marcia Maureen Barr
Phone: 330 742-2742
Fax: 330 742-1542
E-mail: certt@eng.ysu.edu
Web site:www.mvme.org
Services: The MVME is funded by the Recycling Division of Mahoning County and is published in a bimonthly newsletter mailed to over 1,400 businesses in eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania.

 
bulletOhio Department of Natural Resources, Recycling Services Directory
 
Web Site:www.dnr.state.oh.us/recycling/ROPPS
Services: Information about local recycling locations organized by county. Mapping capabilities using GIS ArcIMS software are built into the Web site.


 
bulletOhio's Materials Exchange (OMEx)
P.O. Box 70
Mt. Vernon, OH 43050
Contact:Diane Mellinger Shrew
Phone: 888 718-6639
Fax: 740 397-7649
E-mail: tryomex@ecr.net
Web site: www.epa.state.oh.us/opp/omex/omex.html
Services: Publishes a complete OMEx Newsletter in November or December that lists all materials available; updates of the newsletter are published bimonthly including only new listings and deletions of materials.


 
bulletOrphan (FREE) Chemical Recycling Program
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH 43403
Contact:Dave Heinlen
Phone: 419 372-2194 or
419 372-2171
Fax: 419 372-2194
E-mail: daveh@bgnet.bgsu.edu
Web site: www.bgsu.edu/offices/envhs/environmental_health/
orphan_chemical/index.htm
Services: Bowling Green State University's Orphan Chemical Recycling Program was established as a means to find "homes" for unwanted chemicals that are still useful. The program is directed toward academic institutions and small businesses and is not intended to be used by private individuals.


 
bulletOttawa/Sandusky/Seneca Solid Waste District Commodities Exchange Program
602 West State Street
Fremont, OH 43420
Contact: Tim Wasserman
Phone: 888 850-7224
419 334-7223
Fax: 419 334-8626
E-mail: tw@recycleoss.org
Web site: http://recycle.utoledo.edu/OSS/matexchange.htm
Services: Ottawa, Sandusky, and Seneca areas.


 
bulletSolid Waste Authority of Central Ohio
4149 London - Groverport Road
Grove City, OH 43123-1459
Contact: Irm Schubert
Phone: 614 871-8105
Fax: 614 871-8116
E-mail: info@swaco.org
Web site:www.swaco.org
Services: The Authority's mission is to provide a comprehensive, environmentally sound, cost-effective, and technically reliable solid waste management program for all people living and working within the jurisdiction of the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio.


 
bulletSouth Dayton Waste Exchange
3848 Ellsworth Drive
Beavercreek, OH 45431
Contact: Chris Halley
Phone: 937 429-5998
Fax:937 429-5998
E-mail: sdwe@infinet.com
Web site:www.sdwe.com
Services: Matches sellers of production byproducts, obsolete or unused raw materials, hazardous waste and recyclable products with buyers that can use these materials in their processes.


 
bulletWastelink, Division of Tencon, Inc.
140 Wooster Pike
Milford, OH 45150
Contact: Mary E. Malotoke
Phone: 513 248-0012
Fax: 513 248-1094

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Oklahoma

bulletResource Exchange Network for Eliminating Waste (RENEW)
TCEQ (MC-112)
PO Box 13087
Austin, TX 78711-3087
 
Contact:Sarah Slocum
Phone: 512 239-3171
Fax: 512 239-3165
E-mail: saslocum@TCEQ.state.tx.us
Web site: www.renewtx.org
Services: Biannual catalog lists materials available and wanted; serves Texas and surrounding states; lists are posted on the Internet.


 
bulletIllinois Industrial Material Exchange Service
Illinois EPA (34)
PO Box 19276, MC#24
1021 North Grand Avenue, East #24
Springfield, IL 62794-9276
Contact:Diane McClain
Phone: 217 782-0450
Fax: 217 782-9142
E-mail: epa8605@epa.state.il.us
Web site:www.epa.state.il.us/imes.html
Services:Publishes a bimonthly catalog that contains listings for all types of nonhazardous and hazardous materials available for exchange from sources throughout the United States and some areas of Canada and Mexico; serves states in EPA Regions 5, 6, and 7.

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Oregon

 

bulletNW MaterialsMart
Phone: 503 229-5479
E-mail: NWexchange@deq.state.or.us
Web site: www.nwmaterialsmart.org
Services: A coalition of public and private organizations supporting the use of materials exchanges in the Northwest. Lists regional and specialty exchanges.

 

bulletBRING Recycling
Reuse Warehouse & Business Office
86641 Franklin Blvd.
Eugene, OR 97405

Mailing Address:
BRING Recycling
P.O. Box 885
Eugene, OR 97440-0885
 

Contact: Bill Lawrence
Phone: 541 746-3023
Fax: 541 726-9894
E-mail:info@bringrecycling.org
Web site: www.bringrecycling.org
Services: BRING processes recyclable materials brought by the public to Lane County's Glenwood Central Receiving Station or collected at our four public dropsites. We crush, sort, bale, and send to market more than 200 tons of cans, glass, plastic, cardboard, and milk cartons every month.


 
bulletIndustrial Materials Exchange (IMEX)
First Interstate Center
999 Third Avenue, Suite 700
Seattle, WA 98104-4099
Contact: Bill Lawrence
Phone: 206 296-4899
Fax: 206 296-3997
E-mail:bill.lawrence@metrokc.gov
Web site: http://www.govlink.org/hazwaste/business/imex/
Services: Bimonthly catalog lists materials in 12 categories, ranging from acids and alkalis to wood and plastic (typically more than 500 listings); assists businesses in locating markets for industrial byproducts, surplus material, and wastes; serves Washington and Oregon.
Fees:Services are free.

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Pennsylvania

 

bulletBuilding Materials Exchange (BME)
124 East Indiana Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19134
Phone: 215 423-3613
Services: Philadelphia's nonprofit clearinghouse for surplus and salvage building materials helps needy homeowners rehabilitate, improve, and maintain their homes; makes local pickups free.

 
bulletMid-Atlantic Consortium of Recycling and Economic Development Officials (MACREDO) Recycling Markets Directory Search
Web site:http://macredo.libertynet.org/database/index.html
Services: MACREDO's compilation of recycling facilities in the region presented in the form of a searchable database. Users can search the database for entries based on business name, location, commodity group, or facility type.

 
bulletPennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Recycling Markets Search
 
Web Site:www.dep.state.pa.us/wm_apps/recyclingmarkets
Services: Searchable database of recycling program information.


 
bulletPennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
16th Floor, Rachel Carson State Office Building
PO Box 2063
Harrisburg, PA 17105-2063
Phone: 800 346-4242
Web Site:www.dep.state.pa.us/dep/deputate/airwaste/wm/
Hhw/Electronics/Recyclers_list.htm
Services: Provides a listing of computer recyclers and reusers in Pennsylvania.

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Puerto Rico

bulletWaste Xchange, Inc.
West 339 Calderon Street
San Juan, PR 00926
Contact: Jose A. Sanchez
Phone: 787 748-0433
E-mail: sanchez@coqui.net

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Rhode Island

 

bulletEPA New England's Reuse Directory
Web site:www.epa.gov/NE/assistance/reuse/index.html
Services:A resource guide to donation opportunities for businesses, local governments, and residents.


 
bulletRhode Island Department of Environmental Management
Brown University
Box 1943
Providence, RI 02912
Phone: 401 863-2715


 
bulletThe Free Market
Contact:Paul Caccia
Phone: 401 942-1430, ext. 115
Web site:www.freemarketri.org
Services:The Free Market is a quick, easy, and free way to find a company or individual that will reuse your furniture, appliances, electronics, exercise equipment, lawn and garden tools, and more.


 
bulletSouthern New England Materials Exchange
Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation
65 Shun Pike
Johnston, RI 02919
Contact:Paul Caccia
Phone: 401 942-1430, ext. 115
Fax: 401 946-5174
Web site: www.rirrc.org/site/sneme
Services: Online bulletin board for non-hazardous waste materials.

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South Carolina

bulletSouth Carolina WasteXchange
PO Box 960
Tallahassee, FL 32302
Contact:Gene Jones
Phone: 800 441-7949
Fees:850 386-4321
E-mail:gene@swix.ws
Web site: http://sc.wastexchange.org

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Tennessee

bulletTennessee Materials Exchange
105 Student Services Building
Knoxville, TN 37996
Contact:Richard Buggeln
Phone: 865 974-9058
Fax: 865 974-1528
E-mail: buggeln@utk.edu
Web site: www.cis.utk.edu/TME
Services: Catalog is published three times per year; serves Tennessee and its surrounding states; does not handle radioactive materials.


 
bulletSouthern Waste Information Exchange (SWIX)
PO Box 960
Tallahassee, FL 32302
Contact:Gene Jones or Ray Moreau
Phone: 800 441-7949
Fax: 850 386-4321
E-mail: gene@swix.ws or ray@swix.ws
Web site: wastexchange.org
Services: Catalog, published twice a year, contains listings for all types of materials; information clearinghouse for industry provides information concerning solid and hazardous waste management; an electronics
equipment exchange
.

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Texas

 

bulletRecycleTexas Online
E-mail:recycle@tnrcc.state.tx.us
Web site: www.tnrcc.state.tx.us/exec/sbea/rtol/
Services: A service of the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission. Contains information on about 1000 businesses and local governments handling materials from Texas. Organizations' information is self-reported and listings are free of charge.


 
bulletResource Exchange Network for Eliminating Waste (RENEW)
TCEQ (MC-112)
PO Box 13087
Austin, TX 78711-3087
Contact:Sarah Slocum
Phone: 512 239-3171
Fax: 512 239-3165
E-mail: saslocum@TCEQ.state.tx.us
Web site: www.renewtx.org
Services: Biannual catalog lists materials available and wanted; serves Texas and surrounding states; lists are posted on the Internet.


 
bulletXSMaterials.com, Inc.
3740 Colony Drive
San Antonio, TX 78230
Contact: Mark L. Johnson
Phone: 512 996-9849
Fax: 512 401-2610
E-mail: info@xsmaterials.com
Web site:www.xsmaterials.com
Services: Marketplace directory dedicated exclusively to excess materials, secondary commodities, surplus inventory, and other related services.

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Vermont

bulletEPA New England's Reuse Directory
Web site:www.epa.gov/NE/assistance/reuse/index.html
Services:A resource guide to donation opportunities for businesses, local governments, and residents.


 
bulletVermont Business Material Exchange (VBMeX)
PO Box 430
Newfane, VT 05345
Phone: 802-365-7991
Fax: 802 365-7996
E-mail: ppress@sover.net
Web site: www.vbmex.net
Services: Online and quarterly catalog lists non-hazardous and hazardous materials; also hosts an e-mail discussion group.

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Virginia

bulletMid-Atlantic Consortium of Recycling and Economic Development Officials (MACREDO) Recycling Markets Directory Search
Web site:http://macredo.libertynet.org/database/index.html
Services: MACREDO's compilation of recycling facilities in the region presented in the form of a searchable database. Users can search the database for entries based on business name, location, commodity group, or facility type.

 
bulletWaste Exchange Center of Southwest Virginia (ExCeS)
Radford University Environmental Management Assistance Program
P.O. Box 6953
Radford, VA 24142
Phone: 540 831-5453
Fax: 540 831-6735
E-mail: envirobiz@radford.edu
Web Site: http://btp.radford.edu/ba/emap.html
Services: An online materials exchange designed to facilitate the beneficial re-use of materials in Southwest Virginia. ExCeS is a free service, operated by Radford University's Business Assistance Center (BAC) and sponsored by the Virginia Environmental Endowment.


 
bulletWaste Not Recycling
22611 Markey Court
Suite 103
Sterling, VA 20166
Contact: Jack Hope
Phone: 703 787-0200
Fax: 703 787-0660
E-mail: wastenot@aol.com

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Washington

bullet2Good2Toss (Reusable Building Materials Exchange)
201 S. Jackson Street
Suite 701
Seattle, WA 98104
Contact:Jim Devereaux
Phone: 206 296-4407
Fax: 206 296-4475
E-mail: jim.devereaux@metrokc.gov
Web site: www.2good2toss.com
Services: 2Good2Toss is a convenient way to exchange small or large quantities of used or surplus building materials and large household items.


 
bulletIndustrial Materials Exchange (IMEX)
First Interstate Center
999 3rd Avenue, Suite 700
Seattle, WA 98104-4039
Contact:Bill Lawrence
Phone: 206 296-4899 or 888 879-4639 (888 TRY IMEX)
Fax: 206 296-3997
E-mail: bill.lawrence@metrokc.gov
Web site: www.metrokc.gov/hazwaste/imex
Services: Catalog lists materials in 15 categories, ranging from acids and alkalis to wood and plastic (typically more than 500 listings); assists businesses in locating markets for industrial byproducts and equipment, surplus material, and waste.


 
bulletNW MaterialsMart
Phone: 503 229-5479
E-mail: NWexchange@deq.state.or.us
Web site: www.nwmaterialsmart.org/
Services: A coalition of public and private organizations supporting the use of materials exchanges in the Northwest. Lists regional and specialty exchanges.

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West Virginia

bulletWest Virginia Materials Exchange
West Virginia Solid Waste Management Board
1615 Washington Street East
Charleston, WV 25311-2126
Contact:Phil Mann
Phone: 304 558-0844
Fax: 304 558-0899
E-mail: pmann@gwmail.state.wv.us
Web site: www.state.wv.us/swmb/exchange
Services: A free service provided by the West Virginia Solid Waste Management Board; Web site requires registration for access.

 
bulletMid-Atlantic Consortium of Recycling and Economic Development Officials (MACREDO) Recycling Markets Directory Search
Web site:http://macredo.libertynet.org/database/index.html
Services: MACREDO's compilation of recycling facilities in the region presented in the form of a searchable database. Users can search the database for entries based on business name, location, commodity group, or facility type.


 
bulletKentucky Industrial Materials Exchange
Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center
420 Academic Building
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY 40292
Phone: 502 852-0965
800 334-8635, Ext. 0965
Fax: 502 852-0964
E-mail: kime@kppc.org
Web site: www.kppc.org/KIME/
Services: Home page lists materials handled, including municipal solid waste and industrial process waste; serves Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia.

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Wisconsin

bulletBusiness Materials Exchange (BMEX)
520 E. Grand Avenue
Beloit, WI 53511
Contact:Amy L. Loudenbeck
Phone: 800 364-3233
608 364-1131
Fax: 608 364-1161
E-mail: bmex@ticon.net
Web site:www.bmex.org
Services: Matches businesses searching for materials with other businesses looking for an outlet for their unwanted materials; handles various materials including packaging, equipment, product overruns, chemicals, wood, and paper; serves Wisconsin and surrounding states.


 
bulletOne Site Market
3201 W County Road A
Janesville, WI 53545
 
Contact:Gary D. Sargeant
Phone:877 568-1741 or
608 758-5429
Fax:425 920-9778
E-mail:gsargeant@onesitemarket.com


 
bulletUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison's Solid Waste Alternatives Program
2102 Wright Street
Madison, WI 53704
Phone: 608 245-2908
E-mail: swap@bussvc.wisc.edu
Web site: www.bussvc.wisc.edu/swap
Services: A multi-faceted surplus property disposal operation. SWAP serves all University of Wisconsin-Madison departments and State of Wisconsin agencies located in the Madison area. Sells computers, lab equipment, office furniture, office supplies, home furnishings, and building materials.


 
bulletIllinois Industrial Material Exchange Service
Illinois EPA (34)
PO Box 19276, MC#24
1021 North Grand Avenue, East, #24
Springfield, IL 62794-9276
Contact:Diane McClain
Phone: 217 782-0450
Fax: 217 782-9142
E-mail: diane.mcclain@epa.state.il.us
Web site:www.epa.state.il.us/imes.html
Services:Publishes a bimonthly catalog that contains listings for all types of nonhazardous and hazardous materials available for exchange from sources throughout the United States and some areas of Canada and Mexico; serves states in EPA Regions 5, 6, and 7.


 
bulletSoutheast Minnesota Recyclers' Exchange (SEMREX)
Materials Exchange Center
171 West Third Street
Winona, MN 55987
Contact: Joan Pate
Phone: 507 454-8040 (Materials Exchange Center)
507 529-4526 (SEMREX)
Fax: 507 287-2320
E-mail: jpate@semrex.org
Web site: www.semrex.org
Services: Accepts various types of materials for exchange; serves southeastern Minnesota and southwestern Wisconsin.


 


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Alabama Waste Materials Exchange (ALME)
Ms. Linda Quinn
404 Wilson Dam Avenue
Sheffield, AL 35660
205 383-5630
FAX 205 383-
[AL]

Alaska Materials Exchange
Ms. Andrea Meyer
441 W. 5th Avenue, Suite 300
Anchorage, AK 99501
907 272-5364
FAX 907 272-4117
[AK]

Arizona Waste Exchange (AZWE)
Mr. Barrie Herr
4725 E. Sunrise Drive, Suite 215
Tucson, AZ 85718
602 299-7716
FAX 602 299-7716
[AZ]

Arkansas Industrial Development Commission (AIDC)
[IL IMES participator]
Mr. Ed Davis
1 Capitol Mall, Room 4B215
Little Rock, AR 72201
501 682-1370
FAX 501 682-7341
[AR]

California Waste Exchange (CWE)
Ms. Claudia Moore
P.O. Box 806
Sacramento, CA 95812-0806
916 322-4742
FAX 916 327-4495
[CA Hazardous Waste]

California Materials Exchange (CALMAZ\X)
Ms. Joyce Mason
c/o California Integrated Waste Management Board
8800 Cal Center Drive
Sacramento, CA 95826
916 255-2369
FAX 916 255-2220
[CA Solid Waste]

Florida Recycling Material System (FRMS)
Dr. Paul Still
2207 NW. 13th Street, Suite D
Gainsville, FL 32609
904 392-6264
FAX 904 846-0183
[FL]

Hawaii Materials Exchange (HIMEX)
Mr. Jeff Stark
P.O. Box 1048
Paia, HI 96779
808 579-9109
FAX 808 579-9109
[HI]

Hudson Valley Materials Exchange (HVME)
Ms. Jill Grouper
P.O. Box 550, 1 Veterans Drive
New Palz, NY 12561
914 255-3749
FAX 914 255-4084
[NY, Hudson Valley]

Industrial Materials Exchange (IMEX)
Mr. Bill Lawrence
506 2nd Avenue, Room 201
Seattle, WA 98104
206 296-4899
FAX 206 296-3997
[OR,WA]

Indiana Materials Exchange
Mr. Jim Britt
P.O. Box 454
Carmel, IN 46032
317 574-6505
FAX 317 844-8765
[IN]

Industrial Materials Exchange Service (IMES)
Ms. Diane Shockey
P.O. Box 19276
Springfield, IL 62794-9276
217 782-0450
FAX 217 782-9142
[AR,IL,KY,MO,OK,WI]

Intercontinental Waste Exchange (IWE)
Mr. Ken Jucker
5200 Town Center Circle, Suite 303
Boca Raton, FL 33486
800 541-0400
FAX 407 393-6164
[US, Canada, Carribean]

Iowa Waste Reduction Center (IWRC)
Ms. Susan Salterberg
75 BRC-University of Northern Iowa
Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0185
319 273-2079
FAX 319 273-2926
[IA]

Kansas Materials Exchange (KME)
Mr. Russell Fallis, Jr.
P.O. Box 152
Hutchinson, KS 67504-0152
316 662-0551
FAX 316 662-1413
[KS]

KY Department of Environmental Protection (KY DEP)
Mr. Charles Peters
14 Riley Road
Frankfort, KY 40601
502 564-6716
FAX 502 564-4049

Future Minnesota Alliance Participators:*

* Businesses Allied to Recycle through Exchange and Reuse (BARTER)
Mr. Jamie Anderson
2512 Delaware Street SE.
Minneapolis, MN 55414
612 627-6811
FAX 612 627-4050
[MN]

* Minnesota Technical Assistance Program Materials Exchange (MNTAP)
Ms. Helen Addie
1313 5th Street, Suite 207
Minneapolis, MN 55414
612 627-4555
FAX 612 627-4769
[MN]

* Olmstead County Materials Exchange (OCME)
Mr. Jack Stanfield
2122 Campus Drive SE.
Rochester, MN 55904
507 285-8231
FAX 507 287-2320

* Review Materials Exchange
Mr. Adam Haecker
345 Cedar Street, Suite 800
St. Paul, MN 55101
612 222-2508
FAX 612 222-8212
[MN]

* Southeastern Minnesota Recyclers Exchange (SEMREX)
Ms. Anne Morse
121 W. 3rd Street
Winona, MN 55987
507 457-6464
FAX 507 457-6469
[MN]

* Tri-County Materials Exchange (TRI-MEX)
Mr. Doug Lien
601 N. 20th Avenue
St. Cloud, MN 56303
612 255-6140
FAX 612 255-6146
[MN]

* Western Lake Superior Sanitary District
Mr. Jamie Harvey
2626 Courtland Street
Deluth, MN 55806
218 722-3336 ext. 440
FAX 218 717-7471
[MN]

Missouri Environmental Improvement Authority
Mr. Thomas Welch
325 Jefferson Street, Box 744
Jefferson City, MO 65102
314 751-4919
FAX 314 635-3486
[MO]

Mississippi Technical Assistance Program (MISSTAP)
Ms. Pat Lindig
P.O. Drawer CN
Mississippi State, MS 39762
601 325-8068
FAX 601 325-2482
[MS]

Montana Industrial Waste Exchange (MIWE)
Ms. Dee Durand
P.O. Box 1730
Helena, MT 59624
406 442-2405
FAX 406 442-2409
[MT]

National Materials Exchange Network (NMEN)
Mr. Bob Smee
4708 E. Jaremko Street
Mead, WA 99021
Modem # 509 466-1019
[US, Canada]

WasteCap - New Hampshire Material Exchange (NHME)
Ms. Emily Hess
122 N. Main Street
Concord, NH 03301
603 224-5388
FAX 603 224-2872
[NH]

New Mexico Materials Exchange (NMME)
Four Corners Recycling
Mr. Dwight Long
P.O. Box 904
Farmington, NM 87499
505 325-2157
FAX 505 326-0015
[NM]

Northeast Industrial Waste Exchange (NIWE)
Ms. Carrie Mauhs-Pugh
720 Erie Boulevard West, Suite 211
Syracuse, NY 13204
315 422-6572
FAX 315 422-4005
[MD,NY,OH,PA,ME,VT,MA,RI,CT,NJ,DE,WV,VA,DC]

Ohio WasteNet
CEC Consultants
607 6907 Brookpark Road
Cleveland, OH 44129
216 749-2992
FAX 216 398-8403
[OH]

Oklahoma Waste Exchange Program (OWEP)
[IL IMES participator]
Ms. Dianne Wilkins
1000 NE. 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73117-1212
405 271-1400
FAX 405 271-8425
[OK]

Pacific Materials Exchange (PME)
Mr. Bob Smee
4708 E. Jaremko Street
Mead, WA 99021
509 466-1532
FAX 509 466-1041
[ID,ND,NE,NV,SD,UT,WY,VA,TN,NC,GA]

Portland Chemical Consortium (PCC)
Dr. Bruce Brown
P.O. Box 751
Portland, OR 97207-0751
503 725-3811
FAX 503 725-3811
[OR]

Resource Exchange Network for Eliminating Waste (RENEW)
Ms. Hope Castillo
P.O. Box 13087
Austin, TX 78711-3087
512 463-7773
FAX 512 475-4599
[TX,LA,OK,AR,NM, Mexico]

Rocky Mountain Materials Exchange (RMME)
Mr. John Wright
1445 Market Street
Denver, CO 80202
303 744-2153
[CO]

South Carolina Waste Exchange (SCWE)
Mr. Doug Woodson
Rt. 1, Box 388A
Prosperity, SC 29127
803 364-1008
FAX 803 364-0667
[SC]

Southern Waste Information Exchange (SWIX)
Mr. Gene Jones
P.O. Box 960
Tallahasee, FL 32302
800 441-7949
FAX 904 574-6704
[KY,TN,NC,SC,GA,AL,MS,FL, Puerto Rico]

Southeast Waste Exchange (SEWE)
Ms. Maxie May
Urban Institute
University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Charlotte, NC 28223
704 547-4289
FAX 704 547-3178
[US]

Trans-Continental Materials Exchange
Ms. Rita Czek
1419 CEBA
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
504 388-4594
FAX 504 388-4945
[US, Canada, Overseas]

Vermont Business Materials Exchange (VBMX)
Ms. Connie Leach Bisson
P.O. Box 630
Montpelier, VT 05601
802 223-3441
FAX 802 223-2345
[VT]

WI Department of Natural Resources (WI DNR) [SW/3]
Mr. Sam Essak
101 S. Webster Street
P.O. Box 7921
Madison, WI 53707-7921
608 267-9523
FAX 608 267-2768
[WI]

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Alberta Waste Materials Exchange
P.O. Box 8330
Edmonton, AB  T6H 5X2
(403) 450-5050
FAX: 403/450-8996

British Columbia Waste Materials Exchange
225 Smithe St, Ste 201
Vancouver, BC  V6B 4X7
(604) 683-6009
FAX: 604/683-7255

California Materials Exchange - CALMAX
8800 Cal Center Dr
Sacramento, CA  95826-3286
(916) 255-2369, (916) 448-1198
FAX: 916/448-8246

California Waste Exchange
P.O. Box 806
Sacramento, CA  95812
(916) 322-2507

Southern Waste Information Exchange
P.O. Box 960
Tallahassee, FL  32302
(904) 386-6280, (800) 441-7949
FAX: 904/385-4020

Hawaii Materials Exchange
P.O. Box 121
Wailuku, HI  96793
(808) 667-7744

Industrial Materials Exchange Service
P.O. Box 19276
Springfield, IL  62794-9276
(217) 782-0450
FAX: 217/782-9142

Indiana Materials Exchange
P.O. Box 1877
Noblesville, IN  46060
(317) 773-1625
FAX: 317/773-1604

Iowa Waste Reduction Center - University of Northern Iowa
75 Biology Research Complex
Cedar Falls, IA  50614-0185
(319) 273-2079, (800) 422-3109
FAX: 319/273-2926

Transcontinental Materials Exchange
1419 CEBA
Baton Rouge, LA  70803
(504) 388-4594
FAX: 504/388-8652

Waste Exchange, c/o Recycling Council of Manitoba
2-7-D Albert St
Winnipeg, MB  R3B 1E6
(204) 925-3777
FAX: 204/942-4207

Minnesota Materials Exchange Alliance
1313 - 5th St SE, Ste 207
Minneapolis, MN  55414
(612) 627-4555
FAX: 612/627-4769

SEMREX
171 - W 3rd St
Winona, MN  55987
(507) 457-6464

MISSTAP
P.O. Box 9595
Mississippi State, MS  39762
(601) 325-8454
FAX: 601/325-8616

Waste Exchange Service
EIERA, P.O. Box 744
Jefferson City, MO  65102
(314) 751-4919
FAX: 314/635-3486

Montana Materials Exchange
MSU Extension Service, Taylor Hall
Bozeman, MT  59717
(406) 994-1748

Waste Information Exchange
50 W State St, Ste 1310
Trenton, NJ  08608
(609) 989-7888
FAX: 609/989-9696

Northeast Industrial Waste Exchange
P.O. Box 2171
Annapolis, MD  21404-2171
(410) 280-2080
FAX: 410/280-0025

Southeast Waste Exchange
UNC Charlotte's Urban Institute
Charlotte, NC  28223-0001
(704) 547-2270
FAX: 704/547-3178

Safewaste
140 Wooster Pike
Milford, OH  45150
(513) 248-0012
FAX: 513/248-1094

OK State Solid Waste Management Services - 0206
1000 - NE 10th St
Oklahoma City, OK  73117-1212
(405) 271-5338

Canadian Waste Materials Exchange
2395 Speakman Dr
Mississauga, ON  L5K 1B3
(905) 822-4111
FAX: 905/822-7630

Ontario Waste Exchange
2395 Speakman Dr
Mississauga, ON  L5K 1B3
(905) 822-4111
FAX: 905/822-7630

Peel Regional Waste Exchange
10 Peel Centre Dr
Brampton, ON  L6T 4B9
(905) 791-9499
FAX: 905/791-9400

Canadian Chemical Exchange
900 Blondin
Sainte Adele, PQ  J0R 1L0
(514) 229-6511, (800) 561-6511

RENEW
P.O. Box 13087
Austin, TX  78711-3087
(512) 239-3171
FAX: 512/239-3165

Industrial Materials Exchange
506 - 2nd Ave, Rm 201
Seattle, WA  98104
(206) 296-4899
FAX: 206/296-3997

National Materials Exchange Network
8621 N Div, Ste "C"
Spokane, WA  99208
(509) 466-1532, (509) 466-1019 (Modem #)
FAX: 509/466-1041

Keep Nebraska Beautiful Material Exchange
3201 Pioneers Blvd, Ste 306
Lincoln, NE  68502
(402) 486-4562

New Hampshire Materials Exchange
122 N Main St
Concord, NH  03301
(603) 224-5388
FAX: 603/224-2872

Industrial Materials Exchange, Inc.
6401 Congress Ave, Ste 200
Boca Raton, FL  33487
(800) 541-9444
FAX: 407/995-7818

Vermont Business Materials Exchange
P.O. Box 935
Brattleboro, VT  05302
(800) 985-1930

Chicago Board of Trade Recyclables Exchange
141 W Jackson
Chicago, IL  60604-2994
(312) 345-3620

Saskatchewan Materials Exchange
515 Henderson Dr
Regina, SK  S4N 5X1
(306) 787-9800

ACAP Materials Exchange
P.O. Box 6878, Stn A
Saint John, NB  E2L 4S3
(506) 652-2227
FAX: 506/633-2184

Alaska Materials Exchange
441 - W 5th Ave, Ste 300
Anchorage, AK  99501
(907) 272-2401
FAX: 907/272-4117

Hawaii Materials Exchange
P.O. Box 1048
Paia, HI  96779
(808) 579-9109
FAX: 808/579-9109

Indiana Waste Exchange
P.O. Box 454
Carmel, IN  46032
(317) 574-6505
FAX: 317/844-8765

Industrial Fabric Products Review Exchange
345 Cedar St, Ste 800
Saint Paul, MN  55101-1088
(612) 222-2508
FAX: 612/222-8215

Northeast Industrial Waste Exchange
620 Erie Blvd W, Ste 211
Syracuse, NY  13202
(315) 422-6572
FAX: 315/422-4005

Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management
Brown University, Box 1943
Providence, RI  02912
(401) 863-2715
 

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