Used Pallet Recycling PA

Used Pallets in

Allentown, PA


Recycling | Local Pick Ups | Free Removal | Grade A | Grade B

Allentown, PA
Grade A, B, and C
48" x 40"
USed Pallet Recycling

Large Pallet Supplier in Allentown, PA. We offer 48″ x 40″ and Custom Sized Wooden Pallets.





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Services Provided in Allentown

  •  Free Pallet Removal
  • #1 & #2 Wooden Pallets
  • Buyback Program
  • Pallet Pooling
  • Haul Offs
  • Shop New and Used
  • Recycling Programs
  • Drop Trailers
  • We Buy Pallets
  • Sell Pallets for Cash
  • Full Truckload Orders
  • Local Pick ups


Types of Pallet Average Price
Grade B(#2) $6
Grade A(#1) $9
New Pallet $11.50
48 x 40 4-way $7
48 x 40 2-way $4
Broken Pallets $3.25
48 x 48 $6
42 x 42 $6-7

Pick ups and Drop off Zip Codes in Allentown

  • 18052 
  • 18101 
  • 18102
  • 18103
  • 18104
  • 18105
  • 18109
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Common questions about used pallet recycling

48" x 40" Grade B Wooden Pallets in PA

Due to previous use, pallets graded “B” usually have damaged stringers. The damaged wood needs to be reinforced with an additional runner. Pallets in grades B and #2 are more likely to have been extensively used, and may exhibit signs of wear and discoloration, as well as broken stringers repaired with companion runners. Blocks or plugs can be used to repair stringers depending on the length and location of the plugs.

In addition to being as strong and reliable as other pallets, grade B pallets also require a great deal of repairs to bring them to that level of performance, so they won’t win any beauty contests. The stringer boards of B grade pallets often feature repairs, such as companion stringers or plugs. The crack or break in a stringer is braced with another, intact stringer nailed alongside it. It’s also common for manufacturers to divide Grade B into subdivisions based on the number of repairs. A Premium B or B1 grade pallet may have only one repair per stringer cavity, while a Standard B pallet may have more repairs and damaged deck boards.

Grade A (#1) Wooden Pallets

There are usually no significant repairs needed on grade A pallets. No plugs or companion boards are required to repair the stringers of grade A pallets.

In good condition, grade 1 pallets need no repairs and can be reused. The best pallets in the grade A category are grade AAA or “club grade,” which are in good condition and look as good as new.

New vs Used 48 x 40 Wooden Pallets

Brand new wooden pallets will last much longer than recycled pallets, so they are the most durable. Since recycled wooden pallets are essentially like-new, they are great for short-term projects. Consider the difference between buying a new car and a used car

How Many Times Can A Pallet be Used?

After serving their primary purpose, wooden pallets can be recycled. The lifespan of a wooden pallet can be extended up to ten times with proper maintenance.

How to Recycle Pallets?

Pallets can be recycled in a number of ways

  • Pallet recycling companies can pick up pallets from your location if you contact them: There are pallet recycling companies in your area that specialize in pallet recycling.
  • Pallets can be recycled at some recycling facilities. Make sure you know what your local facility’s pallet policy is and whether they accept pallets.
  • Build a garden bed or make furniture out of pallets by repurposing them.
  • Make a donation to a local farmer or farmer’s market: Many farmers and farmer’s market organizations will accept pallets.
  • Pallet disposal and recycling guidelines may be specific to your local waste management or recycling service.

Some pallets may contain chemicals that make recycling them hazardous. It’s important to know not all pallets are recyclable. Before dropping off your pallets, it’s best to contact the above-mentioned options and confirm whether they accept your pallet type.

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