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Davis Recycling Incorporated

We BUY Nationally. We will come pick them up.
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235 Promenade St., Providence, RI 02908-5767
Gen. Info 401-222-6800 After Hours Emergencies 401-222-3070

Laws and Regulations
1989 law established a 70% recycling rate with no deadline for achievement. The 2002 recycling rate was approximately 17% and the diversion rate was 22.5%. Regulations have changed since their inception. The state mandatory list of recyclables was increased in the 1997 municipal recycling revision, commercial recycling regulations were revised in 1996. Composting regulations require composting facilities to register with the state and submit background information and operating plans.

Catalytic Converter Companies
[an error occurred while processing this directive] ACS Automotive Products - Woonsocket, RI -
Company Profile: ACS Catalytic Converter Support Mesh - [ACS Automotive Products] [Catalytic Converter Support Mesh] ACS Industries Catalytic Converter Support Mesh ...mesh for ceramic monolith support in catalytic converters. Our stainless steel wire...
ACS Industries, Inc. - Woonsocket, RI -
Company Profile: Paper Number - ...Low-Temperature Gasoline and Diesel Catalytic Converters Sivanandi Rajadurai, Chad...low-temperature, underbody catalytic converters. Variables affecting the...INTRODUCTION Securely mounting...
Reade Advanced Materials - East Providence, RI -
Company Profile: Aluminum Titanate Powder from READE - ...aluminum titanate powder Typical Applications: Engineered ceramic parts for automobiles, (catalytic converters, and diesel engine components) Packaging: Jars, pails, drums, multiply paper bags,...

Educational Opportunities

  • Recycling for Rhode Island Education
  • Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation
  • Sustainable Rhode Island
  • Environmental Council Rhode Island

    Since the catalytic converter was introduced in 1974, it's estimated that the devices have kept more than 500 million tons of carbon monoxide and more than 50 million tons each of nitrogen oxides and hydrocarbons out of the atmosphere. And that's not the only benefit. Because the catalysts are destroyed by lead, rules mandating lead-free gasoline had to be put in place before the converters could be used. In the U.S., that 1970 decision alone stopped 250,000 tons a year of toxic lead—which can cause mental retardation in children—from being spewed into the air through cars' tailpipes. http://www.thenewenvironmentalist.com/articles_0302/enviro2.html
    The Rhode Island Lemon Law applies to new cars, vans, motorcycles or trucks (under 10,000 lbs) sold, leased or registered in Rhode Island, that suffer a nonconformity; a defect or condition that cannot be repaired after four attempts by an authorized manufacturer's dealership. This defect must substantially impair the vehicle’s use, value or safety, and must first occur within the first 12 months or 15,000 miles, whichever comes first. The RI Lemon Law also applies to vehicles that are in the shop for repair thirty (30) or more calendar days during the first year. http://www.lemonlaw.com/ri-lemon-law.html BE SURE the car has a functioning catalytic converter!

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