Smith Creek offers sustainable solutions for your organic waste. Whether you have truckload volumes of dust, wood chips, bark, roll-off boxes of scrap and dunnage, or even food waste, we can remove and recycle most all organic waste.
Why send your wood waste to the landfill or burn it when we can collect and recycle it? All wood and organic waste can be collected, delivered to our site, and recycled, keeping it our of landfills, and achieving your sustainability goals. When Smith Creek receives and recycles your waste, we can provide our “Green Certification ” for you to use in your company’s literature and website.
Please contact one of our experienced representatives for an onsite evaluation to discuss your needs and how our services can help you save money while being environmentally friendly.
Turn your waste and by-products into a useful, nutritious material. Whether you have old pallets, boxes of scraps and dunnage, or truckloads of wood waste, Smith Creek can engineer a solution to keep your company’s waste out of a landfill.
More than a third of food ends up in the garbage. In the United States alone, 60 million tons of food is wasted each year. At Smith Creek, it’s our goal to manage this organic material in a sustainable and responsible way.
Smith Creek provides several recycling drop-lot locations to the public. Further down on this page, you can find a location near you to drop off yard waste, brush, logs, tree chips, scrap pallets, and crates.
When Smith Creek removes and recycles all your wood waste, we can provide your company with our “Green Certification ” for use in your literature and web site, signaling your corporate responsibility to consumers.
Logs, brush, yard waste, tree chips, scrap pallets and crates
Scrap pallets & crates – This is a manufacturing site
Contact one of our experienced representatives for an onsite evaluation to discuss your needs and how our services can help you save money while being environmentally friendly.
Long before sustainable practices became a social responsibility, Smith Creek understood that good stewardship of the land was both the right thing and the smart thing to do. Today, our production and conservation practices not only minimize harm, they actually help create a better environment for us all.