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Northwest Recycling acquired by Skagit-based company

Lautenbach Recycling Ferndale operations. Photo courtesy of Lautenbach Recycling

BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Skagit County-based Lautenbach Recycling has acquired Northwest Recycling according to a press release dated today, Tuesday, November 22nd.

Northwest Recycling provides commercial cardboard and steel recycling along with storage container rentals in Whatcom County and, until 2021, provided processing of all residential curbside recycling in Whatcom County.

The acquisition of this nearly 100-year-old recycling company provides more opportunities for Lautenbach Recycling to increase our recycling and waste-recovery presence in Whatcom County and enables greater efficiencies and innovation in our multi-county operations and partnerships. Lautenbach Recycling President and Founder Troy Lautenbach

Lautenbach Recycling has partnered with Sanitary Service Company, Nooksack Valley Disposal and the City of Bellingham to process curbside recycling, so there will be no change for customers in how or where their recycling bins are sorted or marketed for reuse according to the release.

Lautenbach Recycling also owns and operates Whatcom County Recycling Depot in Ferndale, is majority owner of Skagit Soils in Skagit County and operates the San Juan Island Transfer Station.

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