RoadRunner Recycling is on a mission to maximize the amount of materials we recycle for each customer we serve, in each city we operate in. As a part of this mission, we partner with reputable local drivers to transport clean recyclable materials from businesses to buyers. We hope you’ll join us!
Compliment your business and keep your truck running early morning, late at night, or during your off-season. Flexible part-time contractor options available!
Preferred Hauler Program
For those looking for steady, full-time, year-round work with strong earnings stability, we offer a preferred hauling program. Apply now for details!
Grow Your Business
Let us bring business to you. Think of RoadRunner as your sales force!
Wondering how it all works? Check out the process below and learn more in the FAQs section.
Use our mobile app to review and accept route in seconds.
Pick up the materials efficiently using our unparalleled routing technology.
Drop the materials off at a local buyer’s facility.
Get Paid Fast
Receive payment via check or direct deposit.
Stake Bed Truck
Ready to earn on your schedule?
Drive on your terms, in your free time! Check out our FAQs for more information. When you’re ready, click the APPLY button. We’ll be in touch within 1-2 business days with next steps.
What Is RoadRunner FleetHaul?
RoadRunner FleetHaul is a dynamic network of partner drivers who power our recycling network—the largest of its kind in the nation! Powered by our proprietary technology, our FleetHaul drivers, or “RoadRunners,” haul clean recyclable material and other waste materials in local areas, fulfilling the vast economic promise of recycling.
What Areas Does RoadRunner Need Drivers In?
RoadRunner is currently hiring drivers in the following markets and their surrounding areas:
Austin, TX - NEW!
Atlanta, GA - NEW!
Fort Worth, TX
Miami, FL - NEW!
San Antonio, TX
We’re growing quickly! Drop us a line or send an email if you’re interested; we’ll be in touch when we expand to your market. (888) 871-7623 ext 3 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Who Can Become a RoadRunner?
We welcome all kinds of drivers. Current RoadRunners include: independent truck owners, small fleet owner-operators, moving companies, delivery and logistics companies, landscape design companies, and more.
What Types of Materials Will I Be Hauling?
Clean recyclable material generated by small and medium-sized businesses. This can include clean cardboard, paper, plastics, wood, metals, tires, electronic waste, compost, and other non-hazardous recyclable material. You should be able to lift bundles of about 50 pounds at a time.
When Are My Routes?
That is up to you. You may schedule them for whenever you’re free. See the “Routes” section below for more information on Routes.
Working With RoadRunner
What is the Relationship Between RoadRunner Recycling and its RoadRunners?
We partner with independent contractor drivers to service our customer locations.
How Do You Calculate Pay?
Route rates are calculated based on a variety of market variables, including total mileage, time spent on the road, estimated tonnage and number of stops.
How Does A RoadRunner Get Paid?
We process payment electronically immediately upon route completion. You should see your payment in your bank account as soon as 24–48 business hours following route completion!
Do I Need My Own Truck?
Yes, you’ll need your own truck — we typically look for vehicles with a 500-cubic-foot cargo capacity or greater. This typically will include extended cargo vans, 12–26-foot box trucks, and larger.
Do I Need Commercial Insurance?
Yes, you’ll need commercial automotive insurance. Please speak with a FleetHaul team member for insurance requirements.
Do I Need Any Sort of Branding or Uniform?
No, your truck may remain as is. RoadRunners conduct themselves professionally and are trusted to appear presentable at all times in clothing of their choosing.
I Have My Own Business. How Much Time Do I Need to Dedicate to RoadRunner?
There’s no minimum number of hours. Every week, you are able to select the routes you would like to run during your available time. We ask that you fully complete all routes you select and are ultimately awarded.
How Much Time Does A Typical Route Take?
Routes on the platform are designed to be completed within 2–4 hours. On-demand work (pickups, haul-outs, etc.) can vary in duration from less than an hour to all-day work.
How Long Is A Typical Route?
The average RoadRunner route is 20 miles long, but we have routes as short as 2 miles and as long as 50.
How Are Routes Awarded?
As routes become available, we add them to our FleetHaul app and notify our partner drivers. They are then able to log in to their app and select them directly from the dashboard.
What Information Do You Provide Me For The Route?
Via our mobile app, we provide RoadRunners with detailed maps, addresses, and pictures of the customer sites we service – you will have all the information you’ll need. For more assistance, you’ll be a button away from communication with a FleetHaul Dispatcher who can help you navigate should you require assistance.