We have been using Style Recycling’s services since they started offering services in Lethbridge.
With personalized service and with direct contact with the owners/operators the switch from the “big competitor” in hair salon recycling was a no brainer.
Here are the major wins:
1. Personal pick up as often as once a week. – this means no storing, boxing, and shipping of your recyclables.
2. Price is based on the frequency of your pick up, not the amount of clients entering your salon. All at a fraction of the cost of the competition. – this means no tracking and reporting personal/business information to an outside company.
3. All of the supplies are provided at no additional cost.
4. Style Recycling Inc. is Alberta owned and operated. Supporting these businesses is near and dear to my heart, and is what makes a strong community. Richard and Nancy are passionate about their company and the service it provides to a community made up of small business.
If you own a salon, work in a salon, or just go to a salon, make sure your people know that if they haven’t switched to Style Recycling Inc. they are missing out on one of the best things to hit our industry.
- Christy in Lethbridge
Note: If phones are donated through Style Recycling; no tax receipt will be issued. Style Recycling is not responsible for data on phones destined for recycling.
Hats off to Blunt Hair Studio in Okotoks for their recycling efforts!
This is a great article published by the Okotoks local paper and online news.
Matter of Trust - San Francisco
Coming Soon!!! Our recent trip to San Francisco to make hair mats for the gardening industry out of recycled hair!
The Kids Cancer Care Foundation of Alberta is proud to partner with Style Recycling through our Shave Your Lid for a Kid® program. Each year, hundreds of Albertans shave their heads to show moral support for the kids who lose their hair during cancer treatments, while raising money for Kids Cancer Care’s essential programs. Working with Style Recycling, we are recycling all the hair that isn’t donated to make wigs, to make growing mats for the garden industry.