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Recycling is not a Luxury, it is a Necessity!

Both the United States Federal Government and the Mexican Government have authorized Temarry Recycling to legally transport hazardous waste from the Untied States into Mexico.

Hazardous Waste as Part of the Circular Economy

Is The Current Recycling Model Nearing the End?

The current Take, Make and Dispose model that relies on large quantities of cheap, easily accessible materials and energy, may be nearing the end of its useful lifespan.

Temarry’S Benefits To You

A True Sustainable Closed Loop Recycling Process

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Legal Authorization

Temarry Recycling Inc. is the first licensed company in the United States to be able to recycle for reuse both Mexican and American hazardous waste

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Sustainability

Reducing the impact that hazardous waste has on the environment is one of Temarry Recycling’s top priorities.

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Waste to Energy and Water Treatment for Distillation

By recycling hazardous waste and turning it back into on site reusable energy, we reduce the use of our natural resources.

our ebook outlines how easy it is to transport your waste to temarry

Many are still under the impression that it is illegal to ship your hazardous waste to Mexico. It’s not only legal, but cost-effective and more efficient.

Latest Temarry News

The latest information on Solvent Distillation, Sustainability, Circular Economy and how they can support your business.

Posted on July 31, 2019
10 Ways To Build A Sustainable Future For Your Business

As a leader of your organization, your compensation is directly tied to your ability to consistently deliver quarterly a...

Posted on July 18, 2019
How Continued Process Evaluation Can Lead To Sustainable Solutions

A recent scholarly article in The Harvard Business Review entitled The Comprehensive Business Case for Sustainability discuss...

Posted on July 10, 2019
Examples Of Sustainable Development In The U.S.

Sustainable development is one of those terms that gets thrown around quite a bit. Even when it's used correctly, it covers a...