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Atlanta, GA USA
Total Funding:N/A
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Recycling Management Resources's estimated annual revenue is currently $11.3M per year.(?)
  • Recycling Management Resources's estimated revenue per employee is $210,000

Employee Data

  • Recycling Management Resources has 54 Employees.(?)
  • Recycling Management Resources grew their employee count by 23% last year.
  • Recycling Management Resources currently has 5 job openings.

RECYCLING MANAGEMENT RESOURCES is a plant-based recycling group focused on maximizing its clients revenue generation from recyclable paper, plastic and metal scrap. We specialize in setting up industrial programs for segregation, collection and movement of recyclable materials throughout North America and Europe. RMR is LEED certified and our consultants work daily to help our clients divert materials away from landfills and into recycling and reuse markets. With educational and training support, we make sure that our clients sustainability goals are our top priority. With plant locations in Atlanta, GA, Raleigh, NC, High Point, NC, Louisville, KY, Barton, AL and Philadelphia, PA; RMR is strategically located to provide plant services to its largest supply markets. All our plants are equipped with roll cutters, shredders and balers which allows RMR to service all the needs of its ever-increasing clientele. From document destruction to warehouse or salvage cleanouts, RMR is well-equipped to handle any need. RMR is committed to SERVICE. So much so that we started our own trucking company. Green Logistics is a trucking company that is 100% owned and operated by RMR Management. With over 20 tractors and 400 53 van trailers, RMR is not at the mercy of third-party trucking companies who are rarely as reliable as desired. Instead, our clients experience quick turn times and little to no backlog of material on their floor. We understand that our clients are manufacturers and converters, they want their floor space open to do their business, not store recyclables.