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    Scrap Metals & Iron in Chula Vista

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    Business Listing   Action Auto Dismantlers Inc - Chula Vista, CA - Phone: (619) 426-0112

    Business Listing   All TOYO Lex Auto Recycling - Chula Vista, CA - Phone: (619) 482-1414

    Business Listing   Amswede Recycling - Chula Vista, CA - Phone: (619) 425-9450

    Business Listing   Larke T W CO - Chula Vista, CA - Phone: (619) 425-1170

    Business Listing   Leaf Sales Inc - Chula Vista, CA - Phone: (619) 423-0377

    Business Listing   Main Street Recycling - Chula Vista, CA - Phone: (619) 585-4870

    Business Listing   Mike's Recycling - Chula Vista, CA - Phone: (619) 426-2688

    Business Listing   Pacific Waste Services - Chula Vista, CA - Phone: (619) 421-9400

    Business Listing   South Bay Auto Wreckers Inc - Chula Vista, CA - Phone: (619) 421-5565

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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 Chula Vista. 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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