R and R Roll Off - Leading the Central California Coast in Recycling Construction and Demolition Debris Since 1987.
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Since 1987 R&R Roll-off was the first comprehensive sorting and recycling yard on the Central Coast of California, leading the way for others to follow.
R&R Roll-off provides refuse bins to our customers for disposal of waste and recyclable materials. Roll-off bins are used in clean up of ranches, home and yard clean up, roofing jobs, construction sites, demolition jobs, commercial projects, industrial facilities, and much more!
We have licenses for all local municipalities and an Unscheduled Solid Waste Handling Permit to operate in Santa Barbara County and San Luis Obispo County.
The material we collect is hauled to our sorting facility to recover recyclable material. We recycle 80% of all material we receive, exceeding the local and State 50% mandates of recycling by 30%!
The R&R Roll Off LLC construction and demolition separation facility recovers recyclable materials, saving valuable landfill space, and saving the planet. We hand sort and recycle concrete, wood, green waste, asphalt, cardboard, metals, plastics, and more.
R&R Roll Off LLC's business model was copied by the California Integrated Waste Management Board, the Integrated Waste Management Authority, San Luis Obispo, and Santa Barbara Counties, and our local cities to offer contractors service with certified full compliance for recycling plans and disposal reports.
Commercial, industrial, agricultural, residential, construction and demolition customers, return to R&R Roll Off LLC for complete waste management services because we offer the highest level of customer service, saving our professional clients time and money.
The products we offer include a wide array of roll-off refuse bin sizes (10 cubic yard to 52 cubic yard), balers, compactors, tilt hoppers (small dumping trash bins), etc.
We produce and sell decorative wood chips and mulching products for landscaping. In addition, wood chips produced from recycled wood are shipped to the co-gen plant to generate clean electricity for the Central Coast of California.