Portland Recycling Centers



Got recycling? If you have construction waste, old electronics, appliances, or hazardous materials, check out one of these services around Portland.



Green Century Electronics  | 6392 SW Macadam Ave |  (503) 764-9963 

M – F: 8am-6pm     S:11am-3pm

Small electronics; free to drop off; pickup available; no Styrofoam accepted 


Environmentally Conscious Recycling | 12409 NE San Rafael  |  (503) 253-0867

M – F: 7am-6pm    S: 7:30am-6pm   Sun: 7:30am-5pm

Carpeting; drop-box rentals available;  fees apply to certain materials


Tire Disposal and Recycling Inc.  |  9333 N Harborgate St  | (503) 240 1919

M – F: 8am-3:30pm

Tires; Cost: less than 10, per tire; more than 10, by weight


Paper Chase Shredding & Recycling | 7911 NE 33rd Dr. #280 | (503) 282-7415

M – Th: 10am-3pm

On-site and off-site shredding (small fee- around $10);  large or small jobs welcome


Metro Central Recycling Station | 6161 NW 61st Ave | (503) 234-3000

M – Sun: 8am-5pm

Construction waste (some subject to asbestos testing), yard debris, hazardous materials; free dropoff; charge for haz-mat   


Total Reclaim | 6427 NE 59th Pl | (503)  281-1899

M – F: 8am-4pm

Electronics (free dropoff). light bulbs, all batteries, home appliances, AC units; Appliances vary in price to drop off; Pickup available for $100 + cost of fuel


Far West Fibers | 10750 SW Denney Rd | (503) 643-9944

M -Sun: 7:30am-5pm

Paper, metal, glass, Styrofoam; Metal buyback 


R.S. Davis Recycling | 10105 SE Mather Rd | (503) 655-5433

M – F: 8am-4:15pm  Sat: 8am-1:45pm

Scrap Metal; Buyback is priced per item; pickup available over 5,000 lbs. 


And most importlantly… Don't forget about Simone.  If you'd like more info about taking her out, please call me.   (503) 939-6666








Posted on March 8, 2016 at 9:37 AM
Nihad Aweidah | Posted in Uncategorized |

The Rotary Club of Portland in The Oregonian

PORTLAND — The Rotary Club of Portland recently named Nihad Aweidah as the 2015 recipient of its Kenyon T. Bement Award.

Each year, this award is presented to a member of the Rotary Club that demonstrates selfless contribution represents the Rotary's commitment to the community.

Nihad Aweidah_Windermere Stellar.jpgNihad Aweidah

Aweidah, a real estate broker for Windermere Stellar, has been a Rotary member for 15 years. During that time he has organized the Rotary's annual golf tournament, coordinated the international dinner, and co-chaired the holiday dinner dance. He was also recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow, a title given to those who donate more than $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation.

Aweidah began his real estate career at Windermere Stellar in 1999 and has been instrumental in fundraising for theWindermere Foundation by creating and organizing Windermere Stellar's annual golf tournament. Over the past six years, the tournament has raised nearly $225,000, with proceeds benefitting local nonprofits who serve low-income children and families.

The Rotary Club of Portland is one of the largest rotary clubs in the world. Members dedicate themselves to the Rotary's motto of "Service Above Self" by volunteering to create meaningful change in Portland and throughout the world.


Courtesy of The Oregonian/Oregon Live

Link to Full Article: http://www.oregonlive.com/business/index.ssf/2015/09/business_movers_include_nihad.html

Posted on September 25, 2015 at 4:30 PM
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