Serving homes, businesses, and our community
Serving homes, business, and our community
R&F Disposal is pleased to provide services to encourage recycling. We offer a buy-back center for recycling of beverage containers.
400 W. Perkins Ave., McFarland
Hours: Monday – Saturday 9 am – 3 pm
Closed for Lunch 12 pm – 1 pm
Drop off locations:
640 S Frontage, McFarland
Monday – Friday 8 am – 5 pm
In addition, R&F accepts:
- Electronics for recycling;
- Construction and demolition materials including wood, cement and metals for processing and recycling;
- Used oils and filters for recycling or proper disposal.
Call 661-792-3937 for information on recycling these items.
Recycling just one glass bottle saves enough energy to light a 100-watt light bulb.
It takes about 1,000 years for a glass bottle to break down at the landfill.
Using recycled scrap paper saves 7,000 gallons of water per ton of paper produced.
Americans use 4 million plastic bottles every hour – yet only 1 bottle out of 4 is recycled.
Around 200 BC the Chinese used old fishing nets to make the word’s very first piece of recycled paper.
Five 2-liter plastic bottles make enough fiberfill for a ski jacket.
It takes about as much energy to make one new can as it does to make 20 recycled cans.
In the U.S., approximately 13.2 million tons of glass waste
are generated annually.
About 22% of all glass beverage containers are recycled.
The U.S. dumps about 8 million tons of magazines each year. If just half were recycled, we could save over 12 million cubic yards of landfill space.