Rockaway Recycling Donates Holiday Meals To Charity

Posted: December 18, 2012

Market Street MissionRockaway, NJ – New Jersey scrap yard, Rockaway Recycling  is donating 20 Turkeys this Holiday Season to the Market Street Mission. Owner Tom Buechel is happy to be able to bring some holiday cheer to those less fortunate in the area.

“Too many times we take for granted having a warm meal, clothes on our back, and roofs over our head. During the holidays I wanted to help out those with a warm meal, and it is our pleasure to help out the Market Street Mission.” – Tom Buechel

Donating to many different causes throughout the year, Rockaway Recycling is no stranger to helping those in need by donating items and money to various charities.

Twice a year Rockaway Recycling holds a Customer Appreciation BBQ, where local residents can bring their scrap metal to recycle at the New Jersey scrap yard, while enjoying free food and beverages. For every item consumed, Rockaway Recycling donates $1 to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. To date Rockaway Recycling has been able to raise a total over $7,000.

For more information on Rockaway Recycling’s charity work please visit our community page.

About Rockaway Recycling

Rockaway Recycling has been a family-run New Jersey scrap yard since 1977, while serving thousands of customers and we have kept millions of pounds of material out of landfills. Rockaway Recycling recycles non-ferrous metals such as: Copper, Brass, Insulated Wire, Aluminum, Lead, Stainless Steel, and more.  For more information, go to

About Market Street Mission

“The Market Street Mission ministers to the homeless, helpless, and hopeless in Northern NJ by meeting their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs through a structured program which enables them to lead responsible, productive lives.” We meet their physical needs with food, shelter, clothing, and other necessities, and their emotional and spiritual needs with guidance and life change programs. For more information visit:

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