METAL RECYCLING

OUR COMMITMENT

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!

UNLOAD

Our Staff will direct you to a location to safely unload your scrap metal

GET WEIGHED

On arrival and after unloading our certified scale weighs you, your vehicle and your scrap.

GET PAID

After getting weighed a second time, present valid ID and receive cash for your scrap!

UNLOAD

GET WEIGHED

GET PAID

ACCEPTED SCRAP

A/C Units *

Aluminum

Auto Cast

Batteries

BBQs

Brass

Bronze

Car Rims

Cars

Cast Iron

Compressors

Copper

Dish Washers

Dryers

Electric Heaters

Engines

Extension Cords

Extrusion

Faucets

Fridges/Freezers *

Heating Ducts

Lawn Mowers

Lead

Magnesium

Microwaves

Motors

Old Tools

Oven/Stoves

Plate

Pop/Food Cans

Radiators

Range Hoods

Siding

Snow Blowers

Steel

Tin

Transmissions

TVs

Washers

Zinc

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. 

PROHIBITED SCRAP

Acetylene

Airbag Containers (Unspent)

Asbestos

Capacitors

Closed Steel Drums

Freon Tanks

Hazardous Materials

Hazardous Scrap

Oil Tanks

Oxygen Tanks

Propane Tanks

Unclean Steel Drums

Transformers

Volatile Ballast with PCBs

(403) 328 – 1721

(403) 328 – 5606

General Manager

New Steel

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