Our concept is simple: we partner with you to assess and manage how you can become a more efficient company while actively overseeing your waste, special waste, recycling, and providing custom resources to improve your waste management process.

A letter from our President


My name is Randy Raines, and I am the Founder and President of Resource Recovery Consultants. At RRC, we have a 20 year history of truly partnering with our clients to assess where they're not as efficient as they can be, providing the tools and resources to correct this, and overseeing every step in the process. We work with you to save your money! Read about our history and mission, meet our staff, discover how we recover your resources with our services, and skim through our portfolio to see the impact we've made on our environment through effective and efficient waste management.

Resource Recovery Consultants exists for the sole purpose of waste, special waste, and recycling management while providing custom reporting so that our clients maximize their efficiency, save money, improve their bottom-line profit, and reduce their environmental footprint. We take pride in every relationship we have with every client, and I look forward to showing you more of what RRC can do for you.

Kind Regards,

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Randy E. Raines


How Does it Work?

We analyze your current spending and usage of waste, special waste, and recycling services.
We provide solutions and custom reporting designed to reduce your costs.
We actively manage your waste management processes, implement best practices & protocols, and save your money!

Why Choose RRC ?

Over the course of 20 years, RRC has continued to grow; from 2011 to 2014 alone, we have helped companies save over 12 million dollars. We currently partner with and service 750 locations in the US, Canada, and Australia. Our goal is to help companies achieve maximum efficiency in their waste disposal. We manage approximately 200,000 tons (400,000,000 pounds) of waste annually, which equates to nearly 20 million dollars in annual waste expenses. LEARN MORE