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209 Goshen Road

Cape May Court House, NJ 08210

609-465-7406

Fax: 609-465-3456  or  609-465-7271

Mon-Fri 8a.m. – 4:15pm, Saturday 8a.m. – 11:15am.

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WELCOME

Raff Recycling Corporation has been in the recycling business for over 60 years.   Raff’s is a small corporation with BIG corporate delivery.   At Raff’s there is a proven track record for prompt processing and delivery of recycled materials serving the domestic market.   We pride ourselves on prompt payment for purchased material and when you call our office, you will speak to a person, not a machine!

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Raff Recycling Corporation provides quality material, prompt service and quick payment while maintaining personal service, something larger companies cannot.   That’s why you will continue to do business with Raff Recycling.

Raff’s provides local pick up service to commercial accounts, or your place of business.  

Raff’s recycles Cardboard, Paper, Plastic and Metals, and more.  Details here.

We are now a NJDEP licensed company to haul trash and construction debris.

Current pricing.  Please check back often for updates.

WHY RECYCLE?

Raff Recycling Corporation believes that recycling creates new jobs and generates revenue while helping the environment.

 

By recycling the materials we collect, we help preserve the environment, conserve energy and save money.    The end result is fewer trees cut down for pulping which conserves the forests and making paper from recycled material uses less water and energy consumption than traditional methods of making paper.  

 

Also, recycled paper products produce less pollution than the conventional pulping and chemical processes to make new.

Raff Recycling was opened before the United States entered World War II by Charles Raff’s father.  Back then it was called a “rag man”, not recycling center.   The business was run by Raff’s father out of one building, that is now the office.
 
In the past, a large horse and wagon was used to pick up and sell outdated newspapers, worn clothing and stuff people no longer wanted.  Today, it has grown to a large yard with several buildings and now handles millions of pounds of material a year.