LEDR Recycling is a 32,500 square foot material recovery facility located in St. Charles, MO and serving the entire St. Louis region.
LEDR specializes in organizing and recycling construction and demolition (C&D) debris that normally winds up in landfills. We are the first automated C&D recycling plant in Missouri and we recover material from the St. Louis and surrounding area.
LEDR Recycling’s High-Tech Sorting System
We have a state-of-the-art automated plant that vibrates and separates the material by size. It is then transported to a 12-station sorting house where the materials are organized and placed in designated bins based on the composition.
Wood, concrete, metal, dirt, cardboard, drywall, etc., are all separated so they can be packaged and shipped to appropriate reprocessing facilities. Our mission is to help reduce the recyclable waste from construction and demolition projects that more often than not end up in St. Louis landfills.
And the best part is, recycling the construction debris through LEDR is no more expensive than taking it to the dump!
Convenient St. Louis C&D Recycling
LEDR is located near Highway 370 for easy access from St. Louis City and County, as well as all materials traveling from St. Charles, Warren and Lincoln Counties. LEDR sits on 3.5 acres with all concrete paved lots and a 40-foot tall building for indoor dumping.
Your trucks will not have to drive through mud and debris on our facility, which limits the possibilities of damage to your trucks and tires. Normal turnaround time for drop-offs is less than 10 minutes, offering a fast and convenient alternative to landfills.
Our simple roll-off containers also provide an easy solution for your construction sites. Simply load them up and drop them off once they are full – we will take care of the rest!
LEDR has US Green Building Council Certified LEED Green Associates on staff to monitor the loads coming in and supply LEED Reporting for your projects.
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