Organizational Profile: Kalix Recycling
Kalix Recycling provides a comprehensive recycling service to our local community and the state of North Dakota through the collection, de-manufacturing and refurbishing of electronics (except household appliances) from public entities, businesses and the general public. Your data security is of vital importance to Kalix Recycling. Our services include on-site and off-site hard drive destruction, asset tag removal, reporting and certificates of destruction, all for your piece of mind!
Kalix Recycling currently holds a R2 Certified Facility Agreement and holds a RIOS License Agreement. Kalix Recycling is in the process of R2/RIOS certification. Kalix Recycling holds a Solid Waste Management Facility permit with the North Dakota Department of Health. Kalix Recycling holds a Solid Waste Transporter Permit with the North Dakota Department of Health.
In addition to electronics recycling, Kalix Recycling offers confidential document destruction services, fluorescent tube and ballast recycling. Kalix Recycling also recycles cardboard, newspapers, office paper, magazines, tin cans, aluminum cans, #1 PET plastic, and #2 HDPE plastic to the residents of the local community and throughout the state of North Dakota.
Drop Off Location: 605 27th St. SE, Minot, ND 58701
Other Services Offered to Individuals with Disabilities
Kalix provides a full range of residential services to adults in the areas of independent living and skills development. Kalix offers programs to provide assistance and support with community, integrated employment as well as employment at Kalix-owned businesses and on contracts. More details about these services are available through our website.
Mission, Vision, and Values
Kalix is a private, nonprofit corporation. The Kalix mission is to provide privacy, dignity and purpose for all people. Kalix accomplishes this through our aDAPT values: we are dependable, adaptable, professional and we work as a team.
Kalix was incorporated in the 1960s as a school for adolescents with disabilities. As the Public Schools began educating children with disabilities our focus began to shift to adults by providing residential and vocational services. Kalix began working with AbilityOne contracts in the mid 1980s as a way to provide employment opportunities to people in addition to working with local businesses to employ people with disabilities. In 1994 Kalix opened a Recycling Center as another way to provide employment to people and to provide a service to the Minot community.
- De-manufacturing and refurbishing of electronics
- Confidential document destruction services
- fluorescent tube and ballast recycling
- Recycles cardboard, newspapers, office paper, magazines, tin cans, aluminum cans, #1 PET plastic, and #2 HDPE plastic
Minot, ND 58701