Used Pallet Recycling MO

Buy Used Pallets in Missouri!

Missouri
Grade A and Grade B
48 x 40

Large Supply of Used Pallets Across the State of Missouri.

Used Pallet Recycling in Missouri

 

UPR is located in St Louis, MO. We deliver pallets across the state of Missouri. We also have locations in neighboring states. in Shop for pallets in the near by states of Kansas, Iowa, Illinois, Arkansas, Tennessee, Alabama, and Florida.

 

Pallet Sizes in Missouri

Supply of Used 48×40 GMA Pallets. Grade A and Grade B Used Pallets are available. 4-way and 2-way entry stringer pallets.

  • 48 x 40
  • 42 x 42
  • 40 x 40
  • 48 x 48

Our family-owned and operated company provides cost-effective wooden pallet solutions throughout Missouri. With our recycled wooden pallets, you can store and transport goods in an eco-friendly and sustainable manner.

What makes Used Pallet Recycling  the best choice?

 To ensure you buy sturdy and in good condition secondhand pallets from us, our team inspects and refurbishes every pallet we purchase.

In addition, our team strives to provide exceptional customer service. By refurbishing used pallets, we are able to deliver quality products that will exceed your expectations as well as meet our customers’ needs. In order to meet the individual needs of our customers, we adapt our manufacturing process. Get in touch with our team if you need pallet solutions.

Is your business in Missouri in need of pallets? As a sustainable and cost-effective alternative, UPR recycled pallets can be a great option. No additional charge will be applied for the delivery of our 100% recycled pallets.  If you would like to learn more about our services, please contact us

Kansas City
St. Louis
Springfield
Columbia
Independence
Lee’s Summit
O’Fallon
St. Joseph
St. Charles
Blue Springs
St. Peters
Florissant
Joplin
Chesterfield
Wentzville
Jefferson City
Cape Girardeau
Oakville
Wildwood
University City

Ballwin
Liberty
Raytown
Kirkwood
Mehlville
Maryland Heights
Gladstone
Grandview
Hazelwood
Belton
Webster Groves
Nixa
Raymore
Sedalia
Ozark
Arnold
Old Jamestown
Rolla
Affton
Warrensburg 

 

Republic
Creve Coeur
Concord
Ferguson
Manchester
Spanish Lake
Farmington
Kirksville
Clayton
Lake St. Louis
Hannibal
Poplar Bluff
Lemay
Sikeston
Overland
Grain Valley
Fort Leonard Wood
Carthage
Jackson
Lebanon 

Information

FAQ

Common questions about used pallet recycling in Missouri

Grade B Wooden Pallets

“Grade B” pallets have been previously used and typically have one of their stringers damaged. It is necessary to place an additional runner next to the damaged wood in order to fix or reinforce it. Pallets graded B or #2 are more likely to have been used extensively than pallets graded A. It is possible that they are worn and discolored, or they may have broken stringers that have been repaired with companion runners. Stringer repairs can be made with blocks or plugs. There can be various lengths and locations for blocks/plugs.

Grade A (#1) Wooden Pallets

Generally, a pallet classified as grade A does not need substantial repairs and appears new. Specifically, grade A pallets don’t need plugs and companion boards to repair any damage to their stringers. January 14, 2021.

It is also called grade 1 or grade A. Grade A pallets have not been repaired and do not require any repairs. AAA or “club grade” pallets are the top of the grade A category, in good condition, looking brand new, and suitable for display on a retail floor.

New vs Used Pallets

The most durable wooden pallets are those that are brand new, so they will serve you for a much longer period of time than recycled pallets. For short-term projects, recycled wooden pallets are great since they are essentially like-new. Compare it to buying a new car versus buying a used one

Is it possible to reuse a wood pallet multiple times?

It is possible to recycle wooden pallets once they have served their primary purpose. When properly maintained, a wooden pallet can be reused up to 10 times.

How to Recycle Pallets?

Used wood pallets are often collected by pallet recyclers for repair and resale to other businesses. Mulching is an option for pallets that can’t be repaired. For in-demand pallet sizes, recyclers often pay a small amount per pallet.

How do I sell Pallets

The best thing you can do is search for pallet recycling companies in your area. Find a pallet recycler in your area by searching online. Find out how much they will pay for the different pallets you bring in. Most of the offer free pick ups as well and drop trailers