Do you buy from the public or just Commercial Accounts?


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are temporarily adjusting our business model for the health and safety of our customers and employees. We are currently CLOSED to the public until further notice, and will re-evaluate on April 6th when the shelter in place order is set to expire. We are currently OPEN for industrial accounts only.


Do you offer roll-off container service?

Yes we do, call for details 


What is the difference between #1 and #2 copper?

 #1 Copper is defined as clean copper clippings, punchings, busbars, commutator segments, tubing and wire not less than 1/16 of an inch thick. (Includes any type of solid copper, including mill grade copper, clean copper welding tips, etc)

#2 Copper is defined as unalloyed copper solids, at least 96% copper, and free of excessively leaded, tinned, soldered copper scrap; brasses and bronzes; excessive oil content, iron and non-metallics; copper tubing with other than copper connections or with sediment; containing insulation; or hair wire.


Can I scrap a refrigerator?

Yes, but the freon must be professionally drained


What do I need to scrap my car?

A clear title, in your name


Will you pick my car up?

 Yes, however an additional fee may apply for this service.


Do I need to have a valid I.D. to scrap?

Be sure to bring a valid state-issued driver's license or ID card each time you bring in scrap metals. Your license must be current and valid.


 How much are you paying for Aluminum Cans?

 Prices change so frequently that we are unable to post prices on our website. Please call for current pricing.