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Scrap metal refers to any type of metal that is recyclable. Recyclers will pay cash for many kinds of scrap metal including cast iron, steel, copper, brass, aluminum and more. Wrought iron over a quarter of an inch in thickness is also scrap metal a recycler will often pay for. "Scrappers" are people who earn a living from collecting, recovering and selling scrap metal. If someone is moving, or if a business that produces a lot of scrap metal, like a blacksmith for instance, they can call a scrapper and they will come and remove the scrap metal and sell it to a wholesale recycler. Calling a Scrapper is a responsible way to dispose of scrap metal. The Scrapper then takes the metal to a salvage or wreck yard. There the metal is melted down so it can be reused. Scrappers can find metal almost anywhere, in the garbage, along the side of the road, and in personal homes. A good scrapper always has an eye out for good scrap metal. Aside from producing less waste and garbage for landfills, recycling scrap metal reduces the need to mine for new iron ore and smelt it, a process which produces huge amounts of environmental pollution. Scrap metal recycling protects a number of precious natural resources. Scrap metal is everywhere. Anyone who plans to recycle steel, iron or any other scrap metal should sort it and put it into bins and take it to a recycling facility or call a scrapper. The value of scrap metals fluctuates daily, so find a reputable source for the latest wholesale scrap metal prices.
 
 
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Sims Metal Management
1000 South Aurora Street, Stockton, CA 95206
SIMS Metal Management's facility in Stockton, CA is a part of SIMS Metal Management Limited which is the world's largest publicly traded metal and electronics recycler, with more than 120 facilities.
(209) 948-2000
SIMS Metal Management
600 South 4th Street, Richmond, CA 94804
SIMS Metal Management's facility in Richmond, CA is a part of SIMS Metal Management Limited which is the world's largest publicly traded metal and electronics recycler, with more than 120 facilities.
(510) 412-5300
Sims Metal Management
300 20th St., San Francisco, CA 94107
SIMS Metal Management's facility in San Francisco, CA is a part of SIMS Metal Management Limited which is the world's largest publicly traded metal and electronics recycler.
(415) 552-0600
King's Sales
6085 Indian Springs Rd, Loomis, CA 95650
(916) 652-6821
D C Metals & Recycling
6849 28th St, North Highlands, CA 95660
(916) 344-0862
Schnitzer Steel
12000 Folsom Blvd, Rancho Cordova, CA 95742
(916) 985-4810
Sims Metal Management
11320 Dismantle Ct, Rancho Cordova, CA 95742
(916) 635-5600
Auburn Recycling & Scrap Metals Inc
350 Sacramento St, Auburn, CA 95603
(530) 889-2267
SIMS Metal Management
130 N. 12th Street, Sacramento, CA 95811
(916) 444-3380
Surplus Steel & Pipe
6506 County Road 25, Orland, CA 95963
(530) 865-5673


Scrap metal and iron are available to consumers and businesses if they know where to seek it out. If you're already wondering, this can include all sorts of steel material, recycled aluminum, free copper, salvage yard sale prices, manufacturing leftover discount rates, cheap exporter waste, per pound deals, breaker smelter machinery, wrecker tools, blacksmith products and used scrap metal pieces. In this article, you'll attain a better idea of where to find and choose the copper, aluminum, iron and steel materials you desire. Take a little time to brainstorm in the beginning. This simple process is often helpful in narrowing down your options and saving you time in the long run. What is it that you need in regards to scrap metal and how much do you require? Access the Internet for immediate assistance. You can pull up official scrap metal dealer websites and see what they have to offer. But, don't just stop there. Obviously you'll want to learn as much as you can about a company or dealer prior to purchasing any thing from them. Get the skinny on how long they've been in business and what other professionals they're affiliated with. You might even want to go as far as checking references to ensure that the steel and iron dealer is legit. If you still have further questions and/or concerns, you can probably get some answers by contacting the scrap metal business by email or telephone. Both of which should be provided on their official website.
 
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