Advanced Recovery Inc. has been involved with responsible recycling since its inception in December 1991. As a family-owned business, we put the community and environment first by making sure hazardous materials do not end up in landfills. We work with major companies, County, Local and Federal government organizations to continue our professional services keeping dangerous materials out of landfills. We are involved with our local communities to make sure we continue to do our work in the best way possible. Each customer that we work with is important, and we strive to perform to the highest standards in every task we take on.
Advanced Recovery Inc. has been built on the assumption that the management of electronic recycling for business is like legal advice, accounting, graphic arts and other bodies of knowledge, in that it is not inherently a do it yourself prospect. Smart business people who are aware of pressing environmental issues facing them and the ominous legal ramifications for violating EPA Law, need to find qualified licensed vendors who will reliably recycle their electronics, ferrous and non-ferrous metals. They need to use these vendors as they use their other professional service suppliers, as trusted allies. We serve our customers as a trusted ally, providing them with the loyalty of a business partner and the economics of an outside vendor. We make certain our customers are provided professional service along with an approved manifest of destruction, transferring ownership of their electronics to Advanced Recovery Inc.
August Business of the Month
The Port Jervis Mayor’s Office is pleased to announce that our Business of the Month for August 2017 is Advanced Recovery, Inc. located at 41 Mechanic St. in Port Jervis, N.Y. which is owned and operated by Mark Rea and Paul Zaccari. This is a TV and electronics recycling business. They also sell parts and refurbished items. Hours: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Port Jervis residents with proof residency can recycle one TV free per year. For prices and more information, stop in or call (845) 858-8809. Above are Audrey and Mark Rea, Mayor Kelly B. Decor and Paul Zaccari.