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  • ATRS Arizona Teams Up with NCADD to Support Community Recycling

    ATRS Arizona is a source for sustainability solutions for corporations, city governments, school districts and other community organizations looking to make recycling a more integral part of their operations. ATRS Arizona works directly with local, registered 501c3 Non-Profit Organizations as part of their ongoing commitment to community recycling partnerships. Phoenix, Arizona – ATRS Arizona, a full service recycling company that provides comprehensive GO – Green solutions, teamed up with NCADD in order to establish the Weldon ...

    Posted at September 12, 2017 | By : | Categories : Our Environment | 0 Comment
  • In Their Words: Weldon House Residents Give Thanks for Support

    "Dear ATRS, I started residing at The Weldon House in the beginning of October 2010. Thanks to the ATRS recycling boxes, I've been provided with things like toiletries, appliances, and housewares. They've also made available to me and my 2 year old son the essentials, like food and diapers. I didn't get a chance to celebrate Christmas last year with my son, but this year, ATRS has made up for that. We had a Christmas ...

    Posted at December 13, 2012 | By : | Categories : Our Partners,Testimonials | 0 Comment
  • The High Cost of Cheap Clothing

    Ever wondered where your throw-away garments end up?  Landfills, donation centers or mobile recyclers?   "Inexpensive, low-grade clothing enables Americans to cram their closets. Unfortunately, much of that cheap apparel wears out and is thrown away, making up about 5 percent of landfills," says MOLLY ZISK, The Orange County Register.   Follow the path to see where your clothes may be headed. And look for  easy, convenient recyclers with the  ATRS Recycling logo in your neighborhood next time you clean out yours ...

    Posted at November 23, 2012 | By : | Categories : Our Partners | 0 Comment
  • ATRS Arizona Teams Up with NCADD to Support Community Recycling

    ATRS Arizona is a source for sustainability solutions for corporations, city governments, school districts and other community organizations looking to make recycling a more integral part of their operations.  ATRS Arizona works directly with local, registered 501c3 Non-Profit Organizations as part of their ongoing commitment to community recycling partnerships. ATRS Arizona has been one of the ...

    Posted at November 18, 2012 | By : | Categories : Press | 0 Comment
  • October’s Featured Team Member- Patrick Bennett

    Patrick joined our team as Community Relations Coordinator for ATRS Michigan [www.facebook.com/ATRSMICHIGAN] in May of 2012, after five years as Director of Community Relations with the Better Business Bureau [http://www.bbb.org/]  He says, "One of the most important things a business can do is be transparent.  People want to know who you are and what you do.  ATRS sets a high standard in upholding the textile industry’s Code of Conduct.  This is especially important ...

    Posted at November 3, 2012 | By : | Categories : Blog,Our Team | 0 Comment
  • Five Years and Counting: ATRS & Metroplex Community Services

    American Textile Recycling Services (ATRS) wants to thank Metroplex Community Services for a priceless partnership of philanthropy over the last five years!  We are looking forward to many more successful days helping out those in need thru our socially responsible mission of textile recycling.   Did you know that if you live in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, you too can help out this worthy non-profit organization just by donating your unwanted clothing, shoes, toys and household textiles?  ...

    Posted at October 4, 2012 | By : | Categories : Our Partners | 0 Comment
  • September 2012 Employee of the Month: Ernie Angerstein

    "One Million Pounds Collected!"   ATRS is proud to announce that our Houston TX region reached the One Million Pounds collected goal this month for the first time!  Yes, that’s one million pounds kept out of landfills all across the Greater Houston area. With textile recyclers in neighborhoods everywhere, it’s easy and convenient for communities to donate and recycle their unwanted clothing, shoes, toys and household items.  Our awesome Greater Houston team has inspired communities to ...

    Posted at September 28, 2012 | By : | Categories : Our Team | 0 Comment
  • The Country’s Fastest Growing Textile Recycling Company Comes to Southern California.

    LOS ANGELES, CA (August 2012): There is a new, brightly painted clothing donation box in your neighborhood that helps local charities, creates jobs here and abroad, and is cleaning up the environment.  American Textile Recycling Services (ATRS), is headquartered in Houston has expanded its operations in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. "The average family member disposes of 70 pounds of unwanted clothing a year,” explains CEO and ATRS founder David M. Peganyee Sr. “And surprisingly only 15% of this textile ...

    Posted at September 26, 2012 | By : | Categories : Press | 0 Comment
  • The Country’s Fastest Growing Textile Recycling Company Comes to Nashville

    Nashville, TN (August 2012): There is a new, brightly painted clothing donation bin in your neighborhood that helps local charities, creates jobs here and abroad, and is cleaning up the environment.  American Textile Recycling Services (ATRS), is headquartered in Houston has expanded its operations into Nashville. " The average family member disposes of 70 pounds of unwanted clothing a year,” explains CEO and ATRS founder David M. Peganyee Sr. “And surprisingly only 15% of this textile waste is kept out of ...

    Posted at September 12, 2012 | By : | Categories : Press | 0 Comment
  • The Country’s Fastest Growing Textile Recycling Company Comes to Oklahoma

    OKLAHOMA, OK (August 2012): There is a new, brightly painted clothing donation bin in your neighborhood that helps local charities, creates jobs here and abroad, and is cleaning up the environment.  American Textile Recycling Services (ATRS), is headquartered in Houston has expanded its operations in Oklahoma. " The average family member disposes of 70 pounds of unwanted clothing a year,” explains CEO and ATRS founder David M. Peganyee Sr. “And surprisingly only 15% of this textile waste is kept out ...

    Posted at September 11, 2012 | By : | Categories : Press | 0 Comment
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