In these bleak economic times many people are looking for creative ways to increase their income and keep afloat. What many may not realize is that the key to quick cash may be lying under their noses...or in their attics, closets and garages. Turning scrap into cash is an increasingly popular and lucrative activity that is a win-win situation for the environment and savvy consumers alike.
Recycling centers across the nation willingly pay cash for recyclable materials like metals, old wood, glass, tires, batteries and numerous other materials that are likely in your possession and taking up unwanted space. But how do you know where these recycling facilities are located and what they will accept from you in return for cash? Bringing a solution to these questions is the informative and tech-friendly site "www.recyclerfinder.com" .
Founder and CEO, Dean Rodatos wanted to create a website that not only allowed the public to easily search for local recycling facilities that would accept their materials, but he wanted it to be a quick, pain-free and fun process. By simply entering your zip code and selecting the materials you are looking to profit from, the site instantly provides you with local facilities-and takes it a step further. Use Recycler Finder's "Scan-n-Go" by scanning the QR code next to the recycling facility shown - facility name, phone number, and address are automatically uploaded to your mobile device, with a click of your finger tip your phone's navigation is activated, taking you step by step to the facility's front door. How much easier can recycling be?
Recyclerfinder.com lists a myriad of materials for you to choose from but if for some reason your materials are a bit obscure and you can't find them in the dropdown menu, they provide a Live Help feature where friendly and knowledgeable staff will do their best to help you find a resource. The actual dollar amount you will receive for your recyclables varies from state to state and fluctuates with the market for those goods, but the payback can be well worth the effort both in terms of your pocketbook and the good you will be doing for the earth in diverting from the landfills. Find places to recycle anything at RecyclerFinder.com.