Recycling Partnership with River Crossing Self Storage and RV: Open Saturdays for Electronic Waste Drop-Off

ACE Recycling is excited to announce that we have partnered with River Crossing Self Storage and RV in Avondale to offer a second drop-off location with Saturday drop-off for your convenience.

ACE Recycling is excited to announce that we have partnered with River Crossing Self Storage and RV in Avondale to offer a second drop-off location with Saturday drop-off for your convenience.  River Crossing is open for drop-off, Monday through Saturday, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Located at 12100 West Van Buren St., Avondale, AZ 85323, River Crossing Self Storage and RV offers secure, drive up storage with month-to-month leases. Aside from CRT TVs and monitors (big-back), you can take the same e-waste items to River Crossing Self Storage as you can to us at ACE Recycling.  Small household appliances should be clean, and any pill or dispensary bottles empty and label-free. If you have questions about specific items, call us at 623-907-5430. For a complete list of electronics that ACE Recycling accepts, please visit https://aceewaste.com/what-can-be-recycled/

Managed by husband and wife team, Harry and Carol Keyes, River Crossing offers a variety of storage space options to fit your budget and space requirements.  The facility is fully fenced and under surveillance, ensuring the security of your property. Convenient on-line pay is available, with money down. With a small business feel, you will be taken care of with hospitality and a warm smile. Also, River Crossing accepts expired car seats to be recycled, through a partnership with KidSafe,

River Crossing Self Storage and ACE Recycling have partnered.  River Crossing accepts e-waste drop-off on Saturdays.
Carol and Harry Keyes manage River Crossing Self Storage and RV in Avondale.

ACE Recycling is excited about being able to offer a secondary drop-off location that is open to our customers on Saturdays.  We are passionate about working together to keep our community free of toxic electronic waste.   

Author: Shelby Maguire

Shelby earned a bachelor's degree at Lake Erie College in biology and a master's degree in education at Ursuline College, both in her home state of Ohio. She currently lives in Phoenix, AZ where she was a high school science teacher for 10 years. She left the classroom to run ACE Recycling with her husband, but is an advocate for education and a life-long learner. She is passionate about science and works to educate the general public about science, specifically environmental issues. She is a self-proclaimed science nerd who loves research. She and her husband John, have three small children.

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