Weekly Service Customers Week of February 17 - 21, 2020
There is no change in service this week.
Please have your cans out the night before your regular pick up day.
With the Winter weather upon us, please check here
for information regarding closings and delays in service.
Joseph (Peppy) and Rita Trocino were raised right here in the Hudson Valley. The communities that Recycle Depot serves are as important to the Trocino Family as they are to you, our neighbors, our customers.
The future of our local economy is important to all of us. Our goal is to work together with you, our community to provide a full service company with the necessary, dependable trash and recycling services you require while pricing those services fairly and competitively to our customers.
We want to thank you for helping us celebrate 13 years of business at our facility in Poughkeepsie.
Recycle Depot serves as an oasis in a region sorely in need of viable alternatives to landfills and recycling options. Prior to opening the NYS DEC Permitted Construction and Demolition Processing facility, local construction companies were faced with the much higher costs of disposal with no real convenient local recycling options. The construction and demolition could be taken in but as co-mingled debris. There is a major distinction between a transfer station and a PROCESSING FACILITY. The transfer station just redirects debris from point A to point B. The processing facility takes action to sort the sustainable product from the waste stream.
After three decades in the construction business as a redi-mix concrete producer, pouring foundations in our community the Trocinos were convinced that there was a better way, more environmental and economical way to dispose of the material(s). Their vision paid off after years of planning and investment to develop the processing located on Van Wagner facility which is now Recycle Depot. At Recycle Depot, the debris is sorted and processed into reusable materials such as landscaping mulch, screened soil, and clean fill.