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Tri County Pallet is your number one source for pallet recycling!

Does your company have pallets that are damaged or no longer in use? Contact us today and we will purchase these from you.
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Welcome To Tri County Pallet!

Wood pallet recycling helps the environment by avoiding useless filling of landfills, and whatever cannot be reused is ground for mulch. We also help avoid cutting down new trees by utilizing what’s already been cut down. We salvage most wood pallets and will even pay for reusable pallets.

We have over 100 box trailers that allow us to offer you multiple flexible purchasing options. We can stage a 53’ box trailer at your facility and simply replace it when it is filled. We can schedule a live pickup at your facility at your convenience. The other option is to have your pallets dropped off at our shop. At Tri County Pallet we specialize in identifying what pallet and program will best fit your operational needs and budget constraints. We have helped many businesses save over 50% on their pallet purchasing by switching from new to recycled pallets. We can show you the money!

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User Reviews

When our company had chemically treated pallets that had broke, we called Tri County and they purchased our pallets and took them back to their facility. Easy transaction and will defiantly be doing business with them again!
Tom Smith, Synergy Media