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Class A Curbside Recycling
Bayshore Single Stream Solutions (BS3) operates a Class A recycling facility for the acceptance and processing of curbside commodities including: aluminum, steel and tin cans, glass bottles and jars, #1 – #7 plastics including: milk, water, soda, and laundry containers; newspaper, corrugated cardboard, and mixed paper (magazines, office paper, junk mail). BS3 is approved to accept both commingled and single stream curbside material. We assist towns and counties throughout New Jersey by taking advantage of our state-of-the-art processing facilities.
Class B Recycling
Class B recyclable material in New Jersey means a source separated recyclable material which is subject to Department of Environmental Protection approval prior to receipt, storage, processing or transfer as a recycling center. Bayshore Recycling Corp is able to accept the following materials under our NJDEP Class B Approval:
- source separated clean concrete
- petroleum contaminated soils
- glass cullet
- clean wood
- potable water treatment plant residuals
- carbon filtration media
- street sweepings
- slag (on a case by case basis)
These materials processed and manufactured into various products including Recycled Concrete Aggregate (RCA), ¾”, 1 ½”, or 2 ½” recycled stone, fill materials and other aggregates based on project needs. The use of recycled aggregates proves to be an economical alternative to virgin stone, while promoting recycling. Our friendly sales staff can offer alternative materials during the bidding process for each job, to lower the bottom line of your project proposal while advancing environmental goals.
Soil Management - Thermal Treatment
Petroleum impacted soil should always be managed in a responsible manner in order to remedy the issue. Bayshore Soil Management provides thermal treatment of impacted soils, using a process called low-temperature thermal desorption.
This process is effective in treating soil that is impacted by petroleum based contaminated including but not limited to:
- Jet fuel
- #1-6 Fuel oils
- Used oils
- Coal tars
- Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
Scrap Metal Recycling
Bayshore offers full-service ferrous and non-ferrous scrap metal recycling and processing through Coastal Metal Recycling (CMR). Recycling scrap metal is important for both environmental and economic reasons. These valuable materials can be reused numerous times which minimizes mining and processing, which also reduces energy consumption, water use and greenhouse gas production.
Let us help on your next industrial or commercial project with removing metal waste. Our team of experts can evaluate your project's needs and provide transportation, containers, and removal services to take advantage of scrap metal recycling's benefits.
If you need assistance collecting or transporting scrap metal, please contact a Bayshore Recycling representative for professional service.
Port Raritan Marine Terminal Recycling Services
Bayshore Recycling actively operates in all capacities of recycling, with the ability to offload and transport aggregate, dredged materials, commodities, concrete, stone, steel, bridge decks, and other recyclable materials at our large terminal and permanent pier. We are proud to offer the convenient Port Raritan Marine Terminal to help cater to the vast construction and recycling needs of New Jersey and New York. Our waterfront location is also available to be utilized for speciality projects and stevedoring. We make it easy for businesses in various industries to recycle efficiently and economically through the effective use of our waterways.
Solid Waste Management & Recovery Facility
The Montecalvo Material Recovery Facility (MMRF), a Bayshore Family company, is committed to providing a range of services that are both convenient and environmentally responsible. MMRF holds a solid waste permit issued by the NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) to operate a transfer station/material recovery facility. Our goal is to recover 75% or more of the materials accepted that would otherwise have been landfilled.