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Building Relationships since 1981

Since 1981, Ely Enterprises has been one of the nation's leading suppliers of new and used recycling and waste Handling Systems. We provide expert service to our customers. An Ely Enterprises professional will walk you through the steps, from design to installation of your recycling system. Our Recycling Equipment Service Technicians are highly specialized with over 150 years experience in the industry under one roof.

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Relines

 

Relocations

 

Reconditioning

 

Repairs

 

Preventative Maintenance

 

 

Facility Design

 

Fully Stocked Parts Department

 

Baling Wire

 

 

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Testimonials

"I wanted to reach out and say thanks for the timely repairs on our baler!  We were in a critical spot and you and your team did a great job on getting us back up and running.  Bill is amazing and we greatly appreciate the expertise and knowledge you represent in this industry.  On top of that, the speed in which your team was able to assemble and get to Texas to fix the issue was incredible.  You have a great organization and we greatly appreciate the relationship we have with Ely Enterprises.  We wouldn't use anyone else!!!

Jeff Craine

President of Rivers Recycling

Latest News

Why Some of Our Recycled Food Containers Aren’t Actually Being Recycled

One thing I never think about while I’m at the grocery store: This case of beers is going to need to be… recycled. It’s only the day after the big party (or the night of, if you’re ambitious), when you look out at the graveyard of crushed cans and start throwing them into a clear plastic bag. Or is it a blue bag? And should you rinse those cans first? Take out the limes in those Coronas?