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DTG Recycle: Turning Debris into Useable Products with Peterbilt’s from PacLease

By | 2021-05-03T13:15:57-07:00 May 3rd, 2021|Construction, Marketing, News, Recycling Events|

To keep DTG moving and recycling, the company relies on a fleet of more than 100 trucks. With the vast majority on a full-service lease from PacLease, DTG Recycling is able to conserve their cash flow, while allowing them to continue to expand. There is an old saying: “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.”

DTG Acquires Kleensweep’s Construction Service Line

By | 2021-03-27T04:50:43-07:00 March 26th, 2021|Construction, Marketing, News, Recycling Events|

We'd like to welcome to the team our newest DTG Recycle family members, Kleensweep Construction Services! The acquisition of Kleensweep's service lines and fleet assets for the collection and transportation of recyclables will allow DTG Recycle to service an entirely new set of customers as we continue to grow. To view the full press release,

SuperGraphics partners with DTG Recycling!

By | 2021-02-19T10:15:02-08:00 February 19th, 2021|Marketing, News, Recycling Events|

Super Graphics, a large-format printer based in Seattle, recycled almost 30 tons last year of waste from their printing business, offering customers a PVC-free, recyclable solution to handle their large format printing projects. DTG Recycle sorted and processed their wood, metal, and plastics utilizing our hauling and dumpster division and material recovery facilities. SuperGraphics President,

Free public recycling drop-off boxes at our Yakima facility.

By | 2020-12-23T14:15:51-08:00 December 23rd, 2020|Marketing, News, Recycling Events|

DTG Recycle is excited to announce free public recycling drop-off boxes at our Yakima facility. Thank you to Yakima County Commissioner Ron Anderson for the great idea! Many of us take curbside recycling services for granted, but it's not uncommon for rural areas to be without this service. Commissioner Anderson wanted to provide a


By | 2020-11-16T13:47:51-08:00 October 28th, 2020|Marketing, News|

DTG RECYCLE secures new credit facility with Comerica Bank to bolster expansion, innovation. Comerica Bank will support DTG's merger and acquisition activity, as well as helping develop new recycling technologies and end markets for recovered materials. MILL CREEK, WA, USA, October 23, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ -- DTG Recycle (“DTG” or “the Company”), a leading solid waste

WSU / DTG Recycle’s Innovative waste-to-building material endeavor

By | 2020-11-16T13:48:17-08:00 October 16th, 2020|Marketing, News|

Drywall Waste Blocks aim to increase demand for recycled gypsum from construction and demolition projects MILL CREEK, WA, UNITED STATES, October 16, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Washington State University in partnership with DTG Recycle, the largest commercial recycler of construction, demolition, industrial, and manufacturing waste in the Pacific Northwest, gains support from the M.J. Murdock Charitable


By | 2020-06-24T06:49:21-07:00 June 18th, 2020|News, Recycling Events|

21 Acres is excited to discover a local “PLANET-OBSESSED” business, DTG RECYCLE, a Pacific Northwest company with a facility in Woodinville.  21 Acres began conversations with DTG Recycle (primarily a construction debris recycling business) in March in order to find ways to recycle materials that are not accepted by Waste Management, the company that services our

DTG: Doing it Our Own Way

By | 2020-05-12T09:38:33-07:00 May 11th, 2020|News|

Construction & Demolition Recycling magazine has profiled DTG in their May/June issue. From recovering materials, to sustainable clothing, and employee innovation, read more to find out how DTG is closing the loop on recycling. See the full article by clicking here: Construction & Demolition Recycling Magazine

COVID-19; Ways to Give Back

By | 2020-05-12T09:34:27-07:00 March 30th, 2020|News|

Come together with #TeamDTG to support our neighbors by giving blood, donating food, donating to medical facilities, and supporting local businesses. https://www.bloodworksnw.org/about/news/coronavirus https://www.feedingamerica.org/find-your-local-foodbank https://online.gifts.washington.edu/peer2peer/Campaign/heroes?fbclid=IwAR0g4ONeDgX7iACY7fZIfDApZ3ykOLTngzwv9QD2VjCbqyt0jMaQZ3TI_e8