Learn About Our NJ Recycling Center

Bayshore Recycling (Bayshore) and its family of companies consists of six separate and distinct recycling operations within its 58-acre eco-complex and energy campus in the Keasbey section of Woodbridge, Twp., New Jersey. Each company contributes environmental benefit by reintroducing materials into the economic mainstream which would otherwise be disposed of in our state’s landfills.

Our New Jersey recycling facility is a Woman Owned Business (WBE) in New Jersey and New York, helping to assist clients in meeting Affirmative Action requirements on both state and federal levels. Boasting six fully operational truck scales, riverfront barge capability and active rail, the Bayshore facility is conveniently and centrally accessible to all major thoroughfares in New Jersey’s tri-state region.

Collectively, Bayshore is permitted by the NJDEP to accept over 10,000 tons per day of material with some operations running 24-hours per day, 6 days per week.

The History Behind the Recycling Center NJ Can Rely On

Established in 1995, Bayshore Recycling Corp (Bayshore) became an outlet for the recycling of concrete, asphalt, brick, block, bulky waste, construction debris, non-hazardous petroleum contaminated soil and other diverse materials at a time when landfills were the primary destination for such recyclable “waste.” Our NJ recycling center was developed over the past 20 years by Valerie and Frank Montecalvo who have successfully been maintaining a profitable operation at a time when the economy faces many challenges.

Energy conservation and renewable energy are also at the center of the company’s Business Plan with the 2008 installation of a 679 kilowatt (9,365 panels) rooftop solar energy system that assists in powering the operations. Bayshore also plans to add wind and biomass to energy technology to its diverse operations and use the energy produced to complete its corporate vision to operate 100% green businesses powered by 100% renewable energy.

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