Trade Your Junk For Gas, One Local Junkyard Owner Offers Los Angeles County Customers
Errol Segal says he will give out a free $20 gas card in exchange for 3000 LBS of paper, cardboard or metal
June 27, 2022
Errol Segal says he will give out a free $20 gas card in exchange for 3000 LBS of paper, cardboard or metal. Segal, a nice Jewish boy from Chicago, issued the following press release:
Almost every day the price of gas is going up but people who recycle scrap iron, tin, cardboard, newspaper and haul trash can get a free $20 gas card once their weight tickets add up to 3000 lbs. at Active Recycling Co., Inc. 2000 West Slauson Ave Los Angeles, CA 90047 (3 blocks west of Western Ave) Open "7" Days From 5:30am – 7:30pm (323) 295-7774.
The rising price of gas in the United States has led to a lot of panic and uncertainty, with many doing their best to find cheaper alternatives. With that said, nothing is cheaper than FREE.
California has the highest gas prices in the U.S. where the average price is more than six dollars a gallon.
All public customers (not commercial accounts) can receive FREE $20 gas cards and get paid top dollar for their recyclables. Also, all public customers (not commercial accounts) can receive FREE $20 gas cards when dumping trash. Gas cards are available to customers with weight tickets from iron, tin, cardboard, newspaper or trash with an accumulated weight of 3,000 lbs. or more. All tickets must belong to the same customer/license plate number. Once your weight tickets add up to 3,000 lbs you must claim your $20 gas card right away.
On top of this FREE gas card program, we are working to reduce Illegal Trash Dumping, and accept FREE trash, up to 500 lbs from new customers. To qualify for the free trash dumping promotion, customer vehicles must not have received the FREE 500 lbs within the past year. Rental and commercial vehicles and trailers are excluded from this promotion.
For over 48 years, Active Recycling has been working to improve our Los Angeles community. As the largest Dual Trash Transfer Station and Recycling Center in Los Angeles, Active strives to be a strong community partner.