The Guam Business Partners for Recycling


The members of the Guam Business Partners for Recycling and their contributions to the program are:


Anheuser-Busch Recycling Corporation (ABRC)

Anheuser-Busch Recycling Corporation (ABRC)

 

The largest aluminum recycling facility in the U.S. and second largest in the world, they recycle more than 27 billion cans annually. ABRC purchases the aluminum generated by the i*recycle program at the current market value. Anheuser-Busch Asia shared with Ambros, Inc. the purchase of the 40 8cy bins placed at the schools.



Ambros, Inc.

Ambros, Inc.

 

Local distributor for Budweiser products, as well as a wide assortment of other household items, Ambros shared with Anheuser-Busch Asia, Inc. the purchase of the 40 8cy bins.

 

In addition, Ambros played a key role in transporting and placing the bins at the schools, and continue to provide labor and coordinate transporting the baled aluminum from Pyramid Recycling to their site in Anigua and loading the containers. They also assist in marketing the program here on Guam, and are spearheading the expansion of the program to other islands in Micronesia.



Matson Navigation

Matson Navigation

 

Matson’s Guam ships i*recycle containers of recycled aluminum to Long Beach, California, where aluminum is then purchased by ABRC.



Guahan Waste Control dba Mr. Rubbishman

Guahan Waste Control dba Mr. Rubbishman

 

A commercial and residential trash hauler and cardboard recycling facility, Mr. Rubbishman also provides all the collection of the aluminum in the bins at the participating schools and delivers it to Pyramid Recycling for baling.



Coca-Cola/Foremost/Subway/Glimpses

 

They are the marketing arm of the i*recycle program. They have solicited well over $200,000 in free advertising from media companies on Guam, have designed ads, posters and flyers for the program, as well as coordinated press conferences and prepared press releases for important i*recycle events.



South Pacific Petroleum Corporation – 76/Circle K

South Pacific Petroleum Corporation –
76/Circle K

 

A very active member of Guam’s business community, SPPC provides all the diesel fuel for Mr. Rubbishman’s trucks used to collect the aluminum cans from the bins at the schools.


South Pacific Petroleum Corporation is a locally owned company which sells 76 branded fuels and lubricants. SPPC currently operates ten 76 service stations and Circle K stores. Two additional stand alone Circle K stores have been recently open in Tumon. In addition, SPPC also sells bulk LPG thru SPGas.



Ernst & Young

Ernst & Young

 

"The Guam office of Ernst & Young, an international CPA firm, provides financial and tax assistance for the i*recycle program. Ernst & Young provided the QuickBooks software and end-user training for the program administrator. Ernst & Young will assist in the preparation of financial and tax reports that
i*recycle is required to submit as a non-profit organization."