At DTG Recycle, we have a Sustainability Manager and a LEED’s Administrative Assistant to meet all your projects’ requirements and needs. We are passionate about environmental impact and committed to helping customers meet their sustainability goals.

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The EPA states that in 2018 600 million tons of C&D debris was created in the United States, which is more than twice the amount of generated municipal solid waste. Green Building is becoming an essential aspect of construction, which is why DTG Recycle is a proud member of the USGBC. We can offer various LEED reporting, facility waste diversion reporting, and assist with other county or city reporting requirements. DTG Recycle has an RCI  certified facility in Tacoma to guarantee reliable recovery and recycling reporting. Reach out to us in the webform below to see how we can help you meet your project needs to acquire LEED points! 

Not sure where to start? We make it easy. 

  • Custom sustainability solutions 
    • We can develop custom sustainability plans that enhance operational efficiencies while decreasing your overall environmental impact and likely save you money as well. 
  • Site visit and waste auditing 
    • We’ll do a walk-through of your facility and assess how we can help cut down your landfill waste.
  • Education for your employees
    • Specialized recycling posters make it easy to train employees.

Innovative products and technology

Hog Fuel – Urban wood waste is processed through a grinder or hammer mill to produce what is often referred to as Hog Fuel. This alternative fuel is then used in biomass power operations, reducing the demand for non-renewable fossil fuels like oil or natural gas and diverting wood waste from the landfill. 

Gypsum Fertilizer – Drywall from construction projects is processed into gypsum powder for manufacturing and agricultural companies throughout the northwest. Recycled gypsum can be used as a fertilizer to improve agricultural soil. 

Gypsum Drywall Blocks – Washington State University, with support from DTG Recycle, is pioneering a unique technology that aims to recycle and convert drywall scraps into Drywall Waste Blocks (DWB) using a patent-pending process. Construction companies can use these blocks for non-structural walls and a variety of other aesthetic purposes. 

Planet obsessed: Check out our recycled merchandise at PlanetObsessed!

Environmental Stewardship: We love to stay involved in our local environmental community. Knowledge is power. Our sustainability team actively participates in tabling beach cleanups, events at schools, Earth Month celebrations, fairs, and webinars within the industry to raise awareness and educate about the importance of recycling. 

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Our artist in residence program aims to inspire local artists to use recycled materials to create their masterpieces by offering recycled materials at no cost to the artist. 

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Join us every year on International Coastal Cleanup Day where we host a local Beach Cleanup in Washington.

DTGtvDTGtv – YouTube – Check out our YouTube channel to see what DTG Recycle and other organizations and companies are doing to make a difference for the environment. New content available weekly!

Want to be featured in our next DTGtv episode? Have a sustainable product or initiative you’d like us to share? Reach out to us in the webform below!


Please fill out the form at the bottom of this page for questions regarding reporting needs, materials, partnering inquiries, events, DTGtv, etc. Your message will be sent directly to our sustainability team members. 

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