"A grass-roots nonprofit organization of volunteers and responsible citizens working to diminish the waste we create."
We thank you for your GREEN HEART!
It is important that we understand as a community that having 'recycling' is not an entitlement. It is always changing and to keep it alive, we will have to frequently adjust. With that ever changing business model we need to come together as a community. For now, the main way we will allow our center to be open will be with annual memberships. This will ensure us to be able to continue doing what is best for our environment and also secure the jobs of Beartooth Industries. A HUGE thank you for your support and your love of our planet.
We want to thank all of the local businesses that have purchased Recycling Memberships! Stop in and give them a high-five!🌮
AAA Red Lodge Rentals Back Alley Metals Beartooth Electric Cooperative Beartooth Market Beartooth Ranger District Bogart's Restaurant Bull & Bear C Mor Red Lodge Real Estate Carbon County Coal Wine & Spirits, Inc Carbon County Steakhouse Circle 17, LLC Coffee Factory Roasters Crazy Creek Products Domestic & Sexual Violence Services Elemental Farm Flower Garage Granite Peak Plumbing and Heating Grizzly Peak Animal Hospital Hardwood Smokehouse Honey's Cafe LLC HUB International Insurance Lewis and Barks Outpost Mas Taco Montana Realty Company of Red Lodge Moon Lake Market, LLC NED Enterprises Phoenix Pearl Tea PREROGATIvE Kitchen Red Lodge Ales Brewing Co Red Lodge Area Community Foundation Red Lodge Fire & Rescue Red Lodge Pizza Company Red Lodge Public Schools District Red Lodge Senior Citizens Center Red Lodge Vet Clinic Rock Creek Resort Rocky Mountain Market / Pilot Peak Music Ronning Auto Truck and Tractor Service Snag Bar Sylvan Peak The Kings Cupboard The Red Box Car The Spoke Wrench The Village Shoppe Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary
What Our Clients Are Saying
"We are thrilled to have a team of people step forward in our community to keep the recycling center open. Thank you for securing jobs, and allowing us to continue to recycle in our home town!."