Midwest Shingle Recycling is an up-to-date asphalt shingle recycling center now operating at it's new St. Louis regional center. We are growing daily and fast becoming the regions largest asphalt shingle recycling center. Midwest Shingle Recycling expects to remove 20,000+ tons of asphalt shingles from landfills per year.


Midwest Shingle Recycling supplies its minus 1/4" ground mix to asphalt companies to be used paving parking lots and private  roads. Midwest Shingle Recycling thanks all of our participating roofers for their help removing tons of old residential shingles from landfills and truly making the world a greener

place to live.


Previously, roofing contractors were forced to haul old-asphalt

shingles to expensive landfills. Those days are gone. At Midwest Shingle Recycling we take the 'green' approach, solving a wasteful and expensive problem. Saving you money and saving your community from landfill overload.



We come to you with our state-of-the-art RotoChopper RG-1, for special contract grinding. Established landfill tipping fees run about $50/ton for disposal. Over $500,000,000 a year is spent on landfill fees for dumping asphalt shingles. Shingle grinding will save you money. Midwest Shingle Recycling has a flat low tipping fee, no matter the tonnage. Midwest Shingle Recycling provides custom service for large scale roofers, traveling to your site for contract grinding of accumulated shingles. We grind to your specifications, saving you time and money, and keeping your community 'greener'. Communities can set-up their own collection site then we grind and haul off all old asphalt shingles. The perfect solution after severe storms cause major destruction in your area. Help save the environment, have Midwest Shingle Recycling come grind for you.


What are Acceptable Residential Asphalt Shingles?


Acceptable Residential (Non-Asbestos) Asphalt Roofing Shingles that are segregated, non-hazardous and uncontaminated materials. Asphalt shingles may include nails and tar paper backing. Midwest Shingle Recycling recognizes that customers may, from time to time, have small amounts of non-hazardous paper, plastic, metal, and wood mixed with the recyclable shingle material.Midwest Shingle Recycling and its processing facilities will not accept loads of roofing material when more than 50% of the load contains non-shingle or non-recyclable materials.At this time, MSR can only accept asphalt shingles.

For other materials, such as tile, cedar shake or rolled roofing, contact your local government to find other solutions. 

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