Timber Creek to hold grand opening at new location
NAMPA — Timber Creek Recycling has announced the grand opening for their new location in Nampa will take place Friday March 31.
Timber Creek Recycling will celebrate their first month open with an open house from 10-4 p.m. with the Nampa Chamber of Commerce hosting a ribbon cutting at noon. Open to the public at 16933 Northside Boulevard, Nampa, (corner of Northside and Cherry) the grand opening will include free food and drinks and new location promotions.
The promotions include free concrete recycling and 50% off all tipping fees. Timber Creek Recycling takes all landscape tree trimmings, yard waste, lawn clippings, concrete, construction wood, new drywall, and organic waste. The company also accepts trees and branches from land clearing projects as well as wood grinding and concrete crushing on site services.
Timber Creek Recycling is a cutting-edge recycling company that recycles 400 million pounds per year. It provides a wide range of services to residential, commercial, and industrial companies throughout the Treasure Valley and surrounding areas. Based in Meridian, Timber Creek Recycling sells, services, and assists with a wide range of recycling advances.v
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