OUR PROCESS

SCRAP METALS SORTED, WEIGHED, AND SHIPPED

FOR A HEALTHIER ENVIRONMENT

Environmental consciousness has always been at the heart of what we do. From the very first days of the company, founder Arthur Weinstein was committed to utilizing what already exists by “mining the surface of the world” and recycling these materials to prolong their use, reducing needless waste and the need for further conventional mining. We’ve continued this tradition of conservation over four generations, all the while continuing to improve our processes to ensure maximum efficiency for our customers.

WHAT TO EXPECT

  • Polite, attentive service
  • Clear directions for easy unloading
  • Fast, convenient payouts to get you on your way
  • Generous appraisals for all kinds of metals

CASH FOR SCRAP

Learn how we recycle ferrous and non-ferrous metals, wire, and copper! Take a peak inside our metal recycling facility to find out what’s involved in protecting local landfills from non-biodegradable waste. If you want to learn more about our Earth-friendly initiatives, perhaps you’d like to work for us. We’re always looking for hard-working individuals who want to make a difference in their community. Reach out today!

FERROUS (HEAVY) METALS

STEP 1

Truck unloading 15,000 lbs. heavy
metals

STEP 2

Lifting and sorting

STEP 3

Compacting and packaging

STEP 4

Truck loaded with 60,000 lbs. ready for shopping

NON-FERROUS METAL

STEP 1

Sorting aluminum types after being dropped

STEP 2

Non-ferrous metals added to the conveyor to be baled

STEP 3

Quality assurance on the baled metals

STEP 4

Bales are piled up high ready to be shipped

BAILING WIRE

STEP 1

Sorting wire for baling process

STEP 2

Wire added to the Conveyor to be baled

STEP 3

Wire is sorted by conveyor and checked for quality

STEP 4

Finished bale is ready to ship

COPPER

STEP 1

Copper pile waiting to be sorted

STEP 2

Copper is sorted

STEP 3

Copper is added to conveyor

STEP 4

Baled Copper is stacked and ready for transport

METAL SHEAR

STEP 1

Metal is inserted into our Sierra 900 shear

STEP 2

Shear begins to cut

STEP 3

Sierra 900 shear cuts through metal like butter

STEP 4

Metal is cut through and dropped onto pile