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Our goal is to provide quality service through responsible handling, processing and shipping of non-ferrous and ferrous scrap metal. We have specialized in sales and service of scrap metal since 2006, while operating in a safe, ecologically responsible manner. We are a second generation limited company and one of the original scrap metal dealers.

When you work with us, we promise you:

Without you, there is no business! So, we treat all our customers as part of the family.




One of the most difficult parts about recycling scrap metal is the transportation and logistics that are necessary. We have the staff and resources to handle all components of transportation and logistics to move ferrous and non-ferrous scrap metal to your facility

Our mission has always been to provide our customers with the best service and the right pricing in order to generate long-term relationships.

Our supplies are obtained from General Contractors, Plumbing Contractors, Electrical Contractors and Manufacturing plants

We offer 3 general categories of copper materials, #1, #2, and bare copper wire.

Bare copper wire is 99% pure copper, which has to be at least 1/16 of an inch thick, and has to be uncoated. There can be no signs of oxidation for copper to be graded as #1.

#1 copper is copper that falls into the realm of #1, except it isn’t clean enough. This means it might have some signs of oxidation, or it may still have some coating. These should be minimal or no signs of soldering.

#2 copper is copper that is less than 94% clean. It still cannot have other metal alloyed with it, but it can be less than 1/16 of an inch thick. Some scrap yards might refer to this as “light copper” as well.

Other products in this category inlcude: Electric motors - Copper transformers - Aluminum Copper Radiators - Mixed Copper Brass - Communication Wire - Romex Wire - Insulated Copper Cable - Compressors (Sealed Units) - Starters


 Brass comes in all sorts of types. Yellow brass scrap prices may be different from red brass, chrome plated brass, and so on. We collect brass from ends of copper tubing or parts when scrapping air conditioners or other appliances.

Other products in this category inlcude: Brass Radiators - Water Meters - Plumbing Brass - Mixed Copper Brass - Red Brass - Yellow Brass - Brass Bullet Shells - Bronze.


We supply some types of aluminum like Aluminum Wire, Cast and Extruded Aluminum, Rims, Sheets as well as Aluminum-Copper Coils. Please bear in mind that WE DO NOT ACCEPT ALUMINUM CANS.

Our Common sources are: cars, aircraft, windows, doors, electrical transmission lines, street lights, electronics, radiators, aluminum rims, etc.

Other products in this category inlcude: Aluminum Wire Scrap - Cast Aluminum - Extruded Aluminum (Clean) - Extruded Aluminum (Dirty) - Sheet Aluminum - Aluminum Rims.

Electronic Waste 

We're reliable source Electronic Waste . Our supply ranges from Computer Scraps, Motherboards, Computer Memory Scrap, Computer Hard Drives, Power Supply, Phone Recycle, Phone Batteries, Circuit Boards, CPU processors.

Other products in this category inlcude: We supply a long list of ceramic processors, Intel 186 / 286 / 386 / 486 / Pentium / Pentium Pro / i86 / i960 etc.


We source, collect and transport several types of stainless steel scrap from different parts of the globe to your yard. We categorize the stainless steel we collect and sell in two parts: 304 and 316 scrap metal.

Stainless Steel 304
This scrap Stainless Steel is commonly source from kitchenware, exhaust systems, and machinery, coffee makers, kegs, medical equipment, ovens, and more. Note that:- Old appliances are likely to have this type of stainless steel, especially those with low temperature exhaust components or intake systems. This metal is made of chromium and nickel.

Stainless Steel 316
316 stainless steel is very similar to aluminum, and many scrappers mistake it for just that. It can even be non-magnetic because of the specific metals involved. It is most commonly used in welding materials, so you can often find it at construction or demolition sites. This metal is made of chromium, nickel, and molybdenum.