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Bulldog Scrap Metal Recycling
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Today 8AM–12PM, 12:30–4PM
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20010 Viking Way Redding, CA 96003
20010 Viking WayUSCaliforniaRedding96003
Recycling CenterToday 8AM–12PM, 12:30–4PM
Tuesday 8AM–12PM, 12:30–4PMWednesday 8AM–12PM, 12:30–4PMThursday 8AM–12PM, 12:30–4PMFriday 8AM–12PM, 12:30–4PMSaturday ClosedSunday ClosedMonday 8AM–12PM, 12:30–4PM
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"Fast Courteous Service!"
"I wasted my time and money and feel like I was lied too."
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Ruby Williams
8 months ago
I will never do bsiness with these people ever again. They will rip you off and tell you one thing and do another. The customer service I received from the man in the office was flat out rude and disrespectful. I wasted my time and money and feel like I was lied too. don't do trust these people and I'd rather take my business to a better run recycling center Like north sate were they treat their customers with respect.
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Mario Burke
10 months ago
Not sure how this place stays in business. Customer service is piss poor. This is the second and last time I will go to Bulldog recycling. Kid running the can recycler in the main building was playing Hacky-sack and started complaining to the girl in the office when I interrupted them. I crush all my cans so I only need to take one trash can full of recycles in. The kid tells me next time to not crush the cans because it's inconvenient for him. As I am waiting for the girl in the office to give me some money, one of the their truck drivers parks a flat bed less than a foot away from my truck and then just sit and stares at me like I did something wrong. I only started taking my recycles here out of convenience. This was the last time I will use Bulldog Recycling.
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Rex TheWoodGuy
3 years ago
Friendly Owner & Employees! Fast Courteous Service! Very Competitive Prices!!! :-)
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Landyn Falin
3 months ago
Poor customer service. I will never go back. They are lazy and don't know how to treat people of their own comunity. I would rather go to another company for my business and I hope you do the same.
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michael keith
3 years ago
They were very informative and helpful most importantly fair I will be back

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