American Military Veterans Assistance corporation 


                                                              104 Gratiot St. Suite 100, St. Louis, Missouri 63102

The AMVAC Building

Address: 104 Gratiot St. Suite 100 St. Louis MO 63102

After serving in the Marine Corps, Ewin served as a policeman in Metro East St. Louis Illinois for 27 years and a graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's National Academy. Ewin is the director of the AMVAC organization, coordinating all the daily duties of running this successful recycling corporation. Ewin oversees the logistics of pickups, drop-offs,  loading and unloading of recyclable items. 

Ewin KNezevich


Marine Veteran



2 Time Iraq War Veteran:

  • Operation Iraqi Freedom
  •  Operation  Enduring Freedom  

James designed AMVAC in 2011 to employ veterans from all branches of the military. Besides creating a healthier planet, James has a vision to place veterans in the business world by mentoring them employing them and finding them meaningful positions in society. James is determined to support all veterans in all positions of life. He has a veteran on his team that is paralyzed, James created a position within AMVAC Wiping Confidential Data off of hard drives and computers. This new department within AMVAC meets all government regulations and is 100% secure. 

Our 85,000 square foot building is equipped with multiple full service loading and unloading docks. These docks are designed to accommodate multiple semi-trucks, flatbed trucks, moving vans and personal vehicles. The design of these docks are for your company's convenience, so all you have to do is sit back and let our veterans handle the items that you are dropping off.  

Recycling is our process veteran employment is our objective.

The Military Veteran Team behind AMVAC

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