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TRADEDFOX WARNING: A Tradefox member sent funds to Allied Recycling in November 2017 and has not received a shipment of materials. TRADEFOX UPDATE: A payment arrangement has been made and Allied has repaid more than half of the outstanding balance. -------------------------------------------- Allied Recycling is a benchmark organization providing comprehensive recycling solutions to Florida industry and the general public. Our services include scrap metal recycling (bothferrous and non-ferrous materials),demolition, construction recycling, roll-off container service, and more. We are dedicated to protecting our natural resources by recycling and reusing valuable commodities. Our Scrap metal reprocessing centers in Fort Myers, Punta Gorda/ Port Charlotte, Cape Coral, and Arcadia, are designed to meet the total cash for aluminum recycling needs of our customers. We are committed to providing superior service and value in order to effectively handle the enormous growth of South Florida.
Company information
1 location in Fort Meyers, United States of America
1 more location
26 - 50 total employees
1 verified employee of ALLIED RECYCLING INC. on Tradefox
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