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Scrap Metals & Iron In Chattanooga

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Scrap Metals & Iron

Below is a list of businesses which provide Scrap Metals & Iron services. If you do not see your business in the list, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.
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Business Listing   American Salvage & Bldg Mtrls - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 622-7015

Business Listing   AMS Consulting - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 648-2800

Business Listing   Apex Floor Coverings CO Inc - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 867-1049

Business Listing   Aqua Treat - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 265-0132

Business Listing   Baxwin Scrap Iron & Metal - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 267-1576

Business Listing   C E Metals - Purchasing & Sales - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 752-7361

Business Listing   Can Can - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 622-3270

Business Listing   Chattanooga Paperboard Corporation - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 267-3801

Business Listing   Chattanooga Recycled Fiber - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 267-0097

Business Listing   Chattanooga Scrap Metal Processors - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 266-8254

Business Listing   East Ridge Recycling Department - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 899-2768

Business Listing   Interiors Recycling Service - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 756-4531

Business Listing   Lockwood's Auto Center - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 629-5432

Business Listing   Lookout Valley Equipment - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 821-3679

Business Listing   Marion Environmental Incorporated - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 499-4919

Business Listing   Orange Grove Center Inc - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 629-1451

Business Listing   Orange Grove Center Inc - Departments- Recycling Center - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 493-2925

Business Listing   Orange Grove Recycling Warner Park - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 629-8800

Business Listing   P & J Iron & Metal - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 267-0517

Business Listing   Philip Metals - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 756-6070

Business Listing   Red Bank Recycling Center - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 876-2010

Business Listing   River City Plastics Inc - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 629-0370

Business Listing   S & M Auto Parts - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 867-3335

Business Listing   Tennessee Waste Haulers LLC - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 664-7000

Business Listing   Tri-State Government Services Inc - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 499-8707

Business Listing   Waste Services of Tennessee - Chattanooga, TN - Phone: 1 (423) 899-0693

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Helpful Definition for: Scrap Metals & Iron

Scrap metals are recyclable and other materials that are left over from different types of product consumption such as parts of vehicles, building supplies and surplus materials. Though it is often confused with waste, scrap has significant monetary value in places like Chattanooga. Overall, the scrap industry processes tonnes of recyclable materials every year.  The proper disposal and recycling of scrap metal is done by a business or service. Usually a "scrapper" advertises his services to conveniently remove scrap metal for people who don't need it, or need to get rid of it.

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