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R.S. Davis Recycling

10105 SE Mather Rd., Clackamas OR 97015
(503) 655-5433

For more information: R.S. Davis

Open: Monday - Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Accepts: Aluminum cans; Barbeques; Bathtubs and sinks (cast iron only); Batteries (car batteries, golf cart batteries, UPS batteries, industrial fork-lift batteries, motorcycle batteries, and commercial batteries); Bed frames; Bicycles; Brass; Copper and copper tubing; Clean cast machinery or parts; Cast Iron; Dishwashers; Electrical wire; Exercise equipment; Extension cords; Insulated wire; Kitchen ovens; Lead; Metal cabinets and shelves; Metal lawn chairs; Metal swing sets; Microwaves and toasters; Nails, screws and tools; Pots, pans and silverware; Rebar; Refrigerators and freezers; Steel and stainless steel; Tin; Wood burning stoves (fire brick must be removed); Washers and dryers; and Water heaters.

FREE Electronics Recycling!
W e now accept electronics as part of the “Oregon E-Cycles” program. It’s a free and easy way to recycle unwanted electronics regardless of brand, age or working condition. You can bring in up to seven computers (desktop or laptop), monitors or TVs and we will make sure that they are recycled in an environmentally responsible way.

Please note: the program cannot accept keyboards, mice, speakers, printers or scanners, but we can take them for a nominal charge. To schedule drop-off for more than seven items, contact Joe or Hank at 503-657-5593

Cars/Trucks - If you’re interested in recycling a vehicle, be aware that Oregon law requires one of these three forms of documentation:
*Title signed off by legal owner(s), bill of sale required
*DMV printout, a completed application for replacement Title, and a bill of sale
* Lien and Foreclosure (only accepted by current businesses)

Does Not Accept: Non-metallic materials (wood, concrete, glass, plastic, rags, garbage, dirt, rocks); Asbestos or materials containing asbestos (such as pipe insulation or surfacing materials); Oils, fuels, antifreeze, hydraulic fluid and grease; Items that contain PCBs (including transformers, capacitors, fluorescent ballasts); Radioactive materials of any kind; Materials containing mercury; Pressurized or closed containers; Flammable materials; Scrap or containers bearing hazardous materials labels; Refrigerants found in air conditioners or refrigeration devices (including CFCs and HCFCs);  and ,Ammunition shells containing live rounds (no steel bullet shells).

Call before you drive!

This information was compiled from information provided by each agency or business and is updated periodically. Although local government staff has attempted to include as many Clark County recycling listings as possible, these resources should not be viewed as a comprehensive list. Due to space limitations, most businesses located outside of Clark County have not been included.


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