We accept the following materials:
6063 is aluminum that has been extruded from a machine. Typically used for door & window frames, ladders, and computer heatsinks
Electrical wire made out of Aluminum.
AKA aluminum alloy wheels. We also take chrome steel wheels.
Please make sure they are as clean as possible from any oil & fluids.
Stands for "mixed low copper" but is mixed with aluminum alloy. Can be tubing, solids, structural pieces, of heavy gauge sheets.
Clean casted aluminum. Free of any rubber attachments.
B&S is usually always medium to heavy gauge wire, hardly ever light. Must contain no plastic coating or any other materials.
Clean, unalloyed, and uncoated. Just copper piping.
Copper #2 is not clean and may still have solder or fittings attached to it as well.
Copper with other metals attached, such as steel, Alluminum
Wires surrounded by polymer containing a small strand(s) of copper in the center.
Copper breakage are usually wires recovered from items like motors and transformers.
There is copper inside the wires! Make some extra money from your old lights.
All sorts of castings, valves, taps, chrome-plated, and rod brass.
Has higher content of copper, thus it's redder appearance. Free from any high lead contamination or steel.
Excessive oil, paint, or oxidation will consider your brass to be contaminated.
Spent Bullet casings. Must be free of bullet heads
Includes scraps, heatsinks, kegs, sinks, and turnings.
Other types of steel that will be later melted and reused.
metal sheets, or metal with heavy contamination such as Appliances
Lead & Auto
From cars, trucks, boats, and other vehicles. Lead acid batteries MUST be whole, uncracked, and with caps in place to prevent spillage. If cracked, batteries must be fully drained.
From cars, trucks, and other motor vehicles. Lead with steel frames
From most motor vehicles, & AC Units Both clean and dirty accepted.
Compiled into large cubes.
Flattened, loose, boxed, etc.
Typically made from steel, Brass, or Alluminum
Packers, evaporators, boilers, cutters, etc.
From both household and commercial use.
Taken from anything like machines and household appliances to pumps and blowers.
(PCB = Polychlorinated Biphenyls) Used with fluorescent lighting. Flourescent bulb MUST be removed.
Both 2-ways and 4-ways accepted.