Unclutter your home or business by bringing all your recyclable materials to United Recycling. For those looking to recycle excess metal, we pay competitive market rates to take it off your hands. We also recycle cardboard for FREE! While we don’t pay for cardboard, we help you enjoy the convenience of avoiding landfill fees. Doesn’t it feel good to Recycle?
Metals which do not contain iron are known as non-ferrous metals. Examples of such metals are copper and aluminum. These metals play a vital role in the components of many modern products; computer wiring and soda cans are relatively affordable metal products largely due to the role that secondary metals play in the metals industry. Recycling allows for efficient use of these metals instead of the more expensive, less efficient alternative of mining.
A ferrous metal is any metal that contains iron. Common examples of ferrous metals include cast iron, and wrought iron. These metals are often found in pipes, automobiles, household tools, and kitchen equipment.
Autos and Auto Parts
We accept whole cars to recycle. From mufflers and catalytic converters to engines, transmissions, and fenders, United Recycling will pay competitive rates for your old auto parts. So whether you’re having your old car scrapped or you have some spare parts lying around your garage from past do-it-yourself projects, United Recycling wants your old auto parts so bring them in today!
We are happy to recycle all your Cardboard! Recycling cardboard is important due to the energy it takes to produce and the fact that it’s made with wood pulp, which requires deforestation and tree clearing. Recycling means not wasting that precious energy and saving our forests.
We’ll take it all off your hands and you’ll feel good knowing you’ve protected the environment. Plus, avoid paying a landfill fee for disposal! At United Recycling you are not only disposing but also recycling.
Call today to learn more about our metal and cardboard recycling services and we’ll answer any questions you may have!
Fun Fact! There is no limit to the amount of times aluminum cans be recycled.