We are committed to the protection of environmental and human health and well being, to the mitigation and climate change and the conservation of nature. Our objective is to ensure the continued improvement of our environmental performance. We aim to use energy and natural resources more efficiently, minimize the production of waste, harmful air emissions, and water discharge while seeking ways to preserve heritage, landscape and biological diversity.
METAL DROP PROCESS
STEP 1: GET WEIGHED
Upon arrival, proceed to our certified scale to get a total weight of your vehicle and your scrap.
STEP 2: UNLOAD
After receiving your initial weight, you’ll be directed to a location within our yard to safely unload your scrap metal.
STEP 3: GET WEIGHED
After unloading your scrap, proceed back to our scale. The weight taken in STEP 1 and STEP 3 is used to determine how much you recycled.
STEP 4: GET PAID
Once we have your weight from STEP 1 and STEP 3, park your vehicle along 33rd Street and make your way to our office and present valid ID to receive your cash!
Our Staff will direct you to a location to safely unload your scrap metal
On arrival and after unloading our certified scale weighs you, your vehicle and your scrap.
After getting weighed a second time, present valid ID and receive cash for your scrap!
A/C Units *
A/C Units: Must be appropriately drained of freon before transporting to National Salvage.
Fridges/Freezers: Must be appropriately drained of freon before transporting to National Salvage.
Pressurized Tanks: Propane tanks are best recycled through city dump locations. These items can be very dangerous to recycle, even empty, and should not be brought to National Salvage unless the core is already removed.