Scrap Metal Recycling
For Metal, Copper, Steel, Alluminum and Scrap Metals Recycling bins we offer clients the choice of:
- 10 Cubic Yard Bin
- 12 Cubic Yard Bin
- 20 Cubic Yard Bin
- 30 Cubic Yard Bin
- 40 Cubic Yard Bin
All of our bins are all good options for scrap metal removal containers depending on how much you have.
Scrap metals can come from any number of residential, commercial and industrial sources including demolitions and new construction waste.
Call one of our scrap metal bin specialists today to find out what to do with your steel, copper, aluminum, brass and alloys.
We accept the following: #1 bright shiny copper, #1 burnt copper, #1 candy copper, #1 insulated wire, #2 copper, #2 insulated wire, #3 insulated wire, 90% aluminum, aluminum wire, aluminum shavings, aluminum vehicle rims, ballasts, brake pods, brass shavings, bx cable, cast aluminum, cast iron, cast iron 1, catalytic converters, coax cable, copper – aluminum fin radiators, copper and brass radiators, copper tech cable, copper transformer, dirty aluminum 50%, ec wire, electric motors steel cases, extruded aluminum 6063, new aluminum, pc boards, red brass, sealed units, stainless steel 304, stainless steel shavings, steel turnings, thermo break aluminum #1, thermo-break aluminum #2, tin, truck rims, vehicle air conditioner compressors, vehicle alternators, vehicle starters, zinc, yellow brass and vehicle transmissions with aluminum cases.
Iron is an important part of ferrous metals. You can check to see if your metals are ferrous by whether they stick to magnets. Scrap metals are either ferrous or nonferrous and their value is dependent on both that fact and the market conditions. Steel, copper, brass, aluminum are all commodities that are traded on the open market. The rates are correlated as is cardboard, oil, gas and other materials.
Did you know that steel is a desirable product? In the United States Of America one hundred million steel cans are used each day as well as two hundred million aluminum cans every day. Many of these cans can be used from recycled materials and byproducts of the process.
Metals are used in industrial products and processes such as the car and automobile industry, airplane industry, shipping industry and railways transportation systems. Metals are also part of construction in both residential, industrial and commercial settings. Beams and studs and wires are just the tip of the iceberg in the metals as input materials biography.
Just think about your house, business and life. Can you imagine a world without metal?