Corcoran Environmental Services

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350,000 aluminum cans are produced every minute.
Corcoran Environmental Services is a New England based company dedicated to solving recycling challenges for businesses and municipalities. Operating from Kennebunk, Maine with additional offices in Manchester, New Hampshire, the company currently services national accounts, universities and communities domestically with innovative recycling and waste diversion programs. Effective recycling is a key goal for most organizations today. Combining that initiative with controlling costs is a significant challenge. We have the experience, knowledge and relationships to assist you in developing and reaching those goals. Our knowledgeable staff will offer personalized service and address any questions you may have. Please call one of our offices today.

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  • Solid waste and recycling audits
  • Municipal curbside collection services
  • Commercial recycling and waste collection
  • Bottling plant recycling

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  • Fiber
  • Plastics
  • Metal
  • Glass

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LATEST NEWS

November 2012:
Corcoran Environmental Services featured on Town of Kennebunk website.
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October 2011: Can-Do Partners with CLYNK!
CAN DO of Kennebunk has joined forces with CLYNK in order to streamline the sorting and transportation process of returnables at the Kennebunk Transfer Station. Thanks to the efforts of Tom and Mary Couming of Kennebunk, the CAN DO program has brought significant amounts of revenue to the feeding programs at the York County Shelter Programs.

January 2011: Reduce, reuse, recycle: Tambrands goes nearly landfill-free
AUBURN — It took three years, and some creative reuse, but Tambrands is now nearly landfill-free. Cardboard is recycled. Tampons taken off the line for test-sample batches go to the Good Shepherd Food-Bank. Retired tools go to a popular employee auction. And compacted office trash goes to a waste-to-energy incinerator.

September 2010: Proctor and Gamble and Sunoco Sustainability Group Corp
CES Signs a multi-year deal with Proctor and Gamble and Sunoco Sustainability Group Corp. CES was awarded this contract after meeting rigorous environmental health and safety audits.

September 2010: Nestle Waters of Northern New England
Nestle Waters of Northern New England extends service contract for CES. In this service contract CES manages sustainable and environmental practices by correctly managing solid waste and recycling materials that come from Nestlé’s manufacturing process.