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Allwood Recyclers Inc.

Allwood Recyclers has a variety of different types of bark, rock, gravel, soil, amendments, and decorative rock products. We also responsibly recycle a wide variety of yard debris, wood waste, concrete, and rock

Allwood Recyclers Inc.

22800 NE Marine Dr
Fairview Oregon 97024
United States

(503) 667-5497

Business Description

Allwood Recyclers Inc. is an environmentally friendly wood recycling company that has been providing affordable prices for residential and commercial use since 1995. We pride ourselves on being green and reusing wood waste and recycling it into rich certified compost or Bio-mass fuel for renewable energy production. Allwood Recyclers “Amazon Yard” has a variety of different types of bark, compost, top soil, mixed soil blends and decorative rocks for landscaping. If you need a larger supply of material, our friendly staff will be happy to deliver what you need. Give us a call today!

Business Hours

Monday7:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Tuesday7:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Wednesday7:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Thursday7:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Friday7:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturday8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday9:00 am - 4:00 pm

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About Fairview

Fairview is a city in Multnomah County, Oregon, United States. The population was 10,424 at the 2020 census. == History == Members of the Multnomah tribe of Chinookan Indians lived in a village on Sauvie Island by the Columbia River (the future site of Fairview) when the Lewis and Clark Expedition visited the area in 1806. By the 1840s and 1850s, white settlers began hay, grain, and livestock operations in what would become eastern Multnomah County. Railroad tracks extended to the area by the 1890s. As the population grew, it may be assumed that residents began referring to the locale as Fairview because of the pleasing views of the nearby Columbia, the Columbia River Gorge, and Mount Hood, though an alternative testimony explains this name originated from the area's ideal lookout spot for approaching hostile natives. Since another community named Fairview already existed on the Oregon Coast, the community's first post office was named Cleone until the coastal post office closed and the name was transferred to Fairview.In the mid-1980s, the city attempted to annex a large section of unincorporated territory in eastern Multnomah County. The plan would have created a city of about 120,000 residents, which at the time would have ranked as the second most populous city in Oregon, behind only Portland. In September 1985, the Oregon Supreme Court ruled that the attempt was invalid as state law required two cities to start any attempt at consolidation, and only Fairview had initiated this attempt.A large Fairview employer is Townsend Farms, which operates a berry freezing cannery. In 2020 the company had approximately 350 employees in the region, with 450 seasonal workers; it was the source of a Hepatitis A outbreak in pomegranate seeds in 2013 that infected 127 people in 8 states.

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