Providing Solutions to Manufacturers Producing Metal Waste
If your business produces a good amount of metal waste, do you know how much, if any, is being recycled?
Having scrap metal lying around your business or project site creates an unsightly mess and can also be dangerous. It pays to get rid of metal waste to not only keep your site clear but also help the environment. Did we mention that you can also receive money for the metal waste you recycle? At Wall Recycling, we offer the best prices per pound for the metal waste you don’t want. So it’s a win-win, all-around
Let’s take a look at how the process works so that you can begin recycling your metal waste to do your part for the environment and earn some cash in the process.
How Does Metal Waste Recycling Work at Wall Recycling?
As the largest environmental services company in the Triangle area of North Carolina, Wall Recycling makes it easy for businesses to recycle their scrap metal. You can drop it off at one of our four recycling centers in Raleigh, Durham, Goldsboro, or Wilson. You can also schedule a time for us to come and pick up your metal waste. We make it convenient for you by offering these different choices.
Depending on how much you have, we can pick up your scrap metal monthly, weekly, or even daily. We can accommodate the amount you have and can even build custom containers for any special requirements. All you have to do is fill up your container and arrange for us to pick it up, hassle-free.
At Wall Recycling, we also provide pickup service for a range of industrial jobs including demolition contracting, trade and service repair, and more.
What Types of Metals Do We Accept?
When you choose to recycle your metal waste at Wall Recycling, we will accept:
Besides these metals, we can also accept plastics, cardboard, computers, and electronics. If you’re looking to recycle wood, that can only be done at our Goldsboro location.
When you choose to recycle with us, we also provide computerized data on all recyclable materials for LEED reporting for demolition and building or construction projects. The data can be divided to give you specifics about how much of each metal is processed. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is a program that is aimed at transforming the marketplace by providing a certification system that is nationally recognized to promote integrated design practices in the building industry.
Recycle Your Metal Waste with Wall Recycling
We know that you have many choices when it comes to recycling your scrap metal. But, when you choose Wall Recycling you can feel confident that you are getting the best prices. We are able to offer you the best prices for the byproducts of your trade by combining our volume when we sell directly to steel mills and smelters. With four convenient drop-off locations and pick-up services available, it makes sense to work with Wall Recycling.