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Conshohocken Recycling & Rail Transfer
1060 Conshohocken Rd
Conshohocken, PA 19428
Phone: 610-278-7454
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Hours:
Monday thru Friday
6:00am to 4:30pm

Mastercard & Visa Accepted
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Accepting Railroad Ties and Utility Poles

aerial photoWelcome

Conshohocken Recycling & Rail Transfer (CRRT) is a locally owned, independently operated C&D waste transfer station, located just a short distance off of the PA Turnpike, I-76 (Schuylkill Expressway), and I-476 in Conshohocken, PA. The CRRT transfer facility is the largest in the area, and we are permitted to recycle up to 2000 tons of C&D waste per day. Our facility is state of the art, and designed to handle large volumes of loads quickly and efficiently. This enables our customers to weigh in, dispose of their waste, and weigh out in a matter of just a few minutes. We are open to the public, and can handle virtually any size load, from the smallest to the largest.

Our Facility:

Transfer ShedSome of the design features of our facility that enable us to provide such a quick turn time for our customers include:

  • Excellent location in an uncongested area, with easy access to major area roads and highways
  • Dual gate scales to enable simultaneous inbound and outbound weighing operations
  • 25,000 sq ft transfer building, with 8 truck bays (double the size of any other facility in the area)
  • Outbound waste moves by rail, significantly reducing truck congestion within our facility, and on local roadways.

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We Ship By Rail!

CRRT is the only Philadelphia area C&D waste disposal facility that ships its outbound waste to landfills via rail. Any material that is unrecyclable is loaded into our own fleet of 81 high capacity rail cars, and shipped to a landfill via rail. Not only does this reduce truck traffic and congestion within our own facility, but also on area roads through adjacent communities. In addition, our high capacity rail cars can carry up to 100 tons of material in each car, which is equivalent to 4 large truckloads. As an added benefit, railroads can move a ton of freight almost 450 miles on a single gallon of diesel fuel, so rail transportation is a better choice for the environment, as well as for the local community.