About Shafter, California

Shafter is a small city located in Kern County, California, about 18 miles northwest of Bakersfield. The city was officially incorporated as a city in 1938. It has a Mediterranean climate, characterized by hot summers and mild winters. The population of Shafter is approximately 22,614 as of 2024. The city is surrounded by beautiful agricultural landscapes, with vast fields and orchards stretching across the area. Agriculture is a significant industry in Shafter, with crops such as almonds, pistachios, cotton, and grapes being grown in the area. Shafter is home to several prominent agricultural companies, including Paramount Farms, a major pistachio and almond producer. The city is home to the Shafter Depot Museum, which showcases the history of the area and its connection to the railroad. It has several parks and recreational facilities, including Mannel Park and Central Park. Shafter hosts an annual event called “Shafter Cinco de Mayo Celebration,” featuring live music, food vendors, and family-friendly activities. Shafter is known for its strong community spirit and active involvement in local events and initiatives. Shafter has a small-town atmosphere with a close-knit community and friendly residents.

Services we offer in Shafter :

E Waste Recycling
Hard Disk Destruction
Batteries Recycling
Fire Extinguisher Recycling

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