Next-Generation Recycling

Recleim’s proprietary recycling processes recover approximately 95% (by weight) of the commodity components in the appliances it recycles. The processes isolate and destroy onsite refrigerants and greenhouse gases trapped in the insulating foam of refrigerating appliances in compliance with standards set forth in the Montreal Protocol (the international treaty that eliminates ozone-depleting substances)

 

Founded in 2012, Recleim provides environmentally-sound recycling and resource recovery for refrigerators and other large appliances, while offering efficient and convenient disposal of these items when they are no longer wanted.

Our flagship facility, based in Graniteville, South Carolina, is the first in North America to feature an entirely closed-loop resource recovery technology. It is one of the most efficient and environmentally friendly plants in the world, exceeding all existing Environmental Protection Agency standards.

Our proprietary recycling processes allow Recleim to recover approximately 95% (by weight) of the commodity components in the appliances it recycles, while safely disposing of hazardous chemicals and minimizing waste and environmental impact.

Because of its clean, efficient technologies and strategic partnerships, Recleim is uniquely situated to serve corporate clients ranging from utility companies and appliance retailers to university and health care systems to municipal governments.

Through these initiatives and others, Recleim will greatly enhance the opportunities for, and quality of, appliance recycling in North America.

Read what the Inc. Magazine has to say about Recleim, our recycling program and our efforts to revitalize the the community of Graniteville, SC. [pdf]

Read what the Columbia Regional Business Report has to say about Recleim, our recycling program and our efforts to revitalize the the community of Graniteville, SC. [pdf]


  • Recleim provides the cleanest and most efficient appliance recycling method available in the world today.
    Steve Bush