Metal recycling in NJ is efficient and convenient. Aluminum recycling, copper recycling, steel and brass recycling can all be processed professionally in the New Jersey area. Everything from a small amount of metal like a single bag of cans to large amounts like an old car will be purchased and recycled. Scrap metal from demolition sites are no problem and can be processed right on the site. Local contractors need not be concerned with sorting scrap metal or even hauling it. There are companies that will do all that for you.
For construction, commercial or industrial customers, you will need to rent a dumpster. Residential customers with a lot of metal will need one also. The good new is that you can rent dumpsters in many sizes. The smallest size is usually a 6 yard dumpster. They can go up to 40yards in size to accommodate larger projects. Check with the people you have hired for your Metal recycling in NJ and see if you can rent one right from them. Some places do not have dumpster rentals and if they do, sizes may be limited. Be sure to check what sizes are available before you start filling up a dumpster. You do not want to be in the middle of gathering scrap metal and find the dumpster is not the right size.
Recycling is important for the future of our planet. There are many statistics floating around out there and it is hard to know what is the truth and what is political “spin”. I will burden you with only one. When a steel mill uses recycled scrap metal, mining waste and air pollution and water pollution are reduced by 70%. Now that is a significant reduction over steel mills using new metal materials. It really boggles the mind to realize that such a simple thing like Metal recycling in NJ can make that big a difference. You also get paid for the scrap metal. That is a win-win situation if ever there was one.
A convenient and efficient process that earns you money and helps save the planet is too good to pass up. Start today and see how fast the money adds up for you. Contact American Auto Salvage & Recycling of Mays Landing for metal recycling in NJ.