Earthbound Recycling - Eureka, MO
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BUSINESS HOURS:

Monday through Saturday: 
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Closed Sundays: 
(Single-Stream drop-off is available 24/7)

PHONE: 636-938-1188

EARTHBOUND RECYCLING
25 Truitt Drive
Eureka, MO  63025

Map of Earthbound Recycling-Purchasing scrap metal for recycling all types of copper, aluminum, brass, stainless steel, lead and electric motors.

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ABOUT  EARTHBOUND  RECYCLING

Earthbound Recycling Center-Eureka, MOEarthbound Recycling is located in Eureka, Mo and serves the West St. Louis County area, with people routinely coming from Ballwin, Ellisville and Creve Coeur. The St. Louis area has various companies that accept metals, appliances, electronics, clothing and single-stream items, but Earthbound Recycling is the only one that accepts all of these things at one location.

For many business owners and for those who live in apartments who can't get curb-side recycling, Earthbound Recycling is the only single-stream resource for items such as any type of paper, phone books, chipboard, tin cans and plastic and glass containers.

Earthbound Recycling is one of the few recycling centers in the region to accept unwanted paint six days a week. There is a small charge per pound for interior & exterior paint. The center gives away all partial cans of usable paint to anyone that needs it.

Earthbound Recycling purchases metals to be recycled. "We buy from 1 to 1,000 pounds of almost any metal a magnet won't stick to."  Recycled metals start getting dismantled in St. Louis, then go to other states.  Click for photos of types of metal Earthbound Recycling is purchasing.

The center is a free drop-off for computer towers, flat-panel TVs, large metal items, computers, water heaters, cast iron or galvanized pipe, lawn mowers, old cell phones, rechargeable batteries, corrugated cardboard, vinyl siding and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipe.

There is a small fee for old refrigerators, microwave ovens, old computer "monitors" and TVs (no charge for flat panel TVs).

Bob Moore, the owner, started Earthbound Recycling after remodeling homes and seeing the enormous amount of construction waste. "I thought, somebody needs to help out," Moore said. "Then I decided that could be me."

Do your part to help the planet!  The center is closed only on Sundays; however single-stream drop-off is available 24 hours a day, year-round.