Advanced Resource Recovery is located at 27140 Princeton St, Inkster, MI 48141.
Advanced Resource Recovery is located in Southeast Michigan, serving Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. ARR is the premier facility in this region, with one of the largest modern industrial waste processing capabilities in the Midwest.
Within our facility, all storage tanks are completely contained, with built-in overflow alarms and other safety measures. We also have a major wastewater treatment plant on site to handle industrial waste and leachate waters. ARR is routinely inspected by our customers performing the toughest of environmental audits as well as by the state and local officials.
We have over 50 storage tanks of various sizes allowing us to isolate waste streams if need be without commingling customers before treatment. Moreover, we have ample unloading stations to allow trucks to empty quickly… without hours of waiting, saving you time and money.
We encourage tours of our facility and have an open disclosure policy concerning our reports and documentation. You will be very pleased with our proprietary systems, state-of-the-art facility and highly skilled labor force.
To contact Advanced Resource Recovery, call (313) 724-8600, or view more information below. Looking for more locations in Inkster, MI? Scroll down to see a listing of waste locations and handlers towards the bottom of this page.
Waste Resources for Inkster, MI
Frequently Asked Questions
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What type of waste services do most waste companies offer?
Most waste companies offer services such as garbage collection, recycling, and hazardous waste disposal. Depending on the company, they may also provide specialized services like medical waste disposal or electronic waste removal. Additionally, some companies may also offer consultation and sustainability services. It is best to check with your local waste company for a complete list of services they provide.
What happens if I need additional services?
Suppose you require additional services, such as an extra garbage pickup or special disposal for hazardous materials. In that case, it is best to contact the waste company directly to discuss options. Many waste companies are willing to accommodate special requests, but there may be additional fees associated with the extra services.
What are common types of waste facilities?
Common waste facilities include landfills, composting centers, and incineration plants. Landfills are the most common waste facility, where trash is buried and then covered with soil. Composting centers process organic materials, including food scraps, yard trimmings, and agricultural wastes, into a nutrient-rich fertilizer for the soil. Incineration plants burn solid waste such as paper, plastic, and other non-toxic materials, which can reduce the volume of trash by up to 90%. Depending on the location, some waste companies may also offer specialized services like hazardous material disposal or medical waste treatment.
Do all waste companies offer recycling?
Most waste companies offer some recycling service, although the types of materials accepted and the collection methods may vary. Many waste companies also offer a special program for electronics or hazardous materials that must be disposed of safely. It is best to check with your local waste company for more information on what types of services are available.
What is the most sustainable way to manage my waste?
The most sustainable way to manage waste is by reducing, reusing, and recycling. Reduce the waste you produce by avoiding single-use items and investing in more durable goods. Reuse items whenever possible, such as donating unwanted clothing or furniture instead of throwing them away. Finally, recycle any items that cannot be reused, such as paper and plastic. Additionally, composting organic material can help reduce the amount of waste going to landfills.