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    Scrap Metals & Iron in Flint


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    Business Listing   Averill Recycling - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 767-9463


    Business Listing   Averill Refuse & Recycling Inc - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 767-3450


    Business Listing   C B C Recycling Inc - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 239-5040


    Business Listing   D & W Auto Parts - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 787-9940


    Business Listing   Environmental Rubber Recycling - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 789-1222


    Business Listing   Genesee Recycling - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 785-9401


    Business Listing   Hubbard's Military Supply - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 736-7011


    Business Listing   Industrial Iron & Metal CO - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 785-0883


    Business Listing   Lorbec Metals USA Limited - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 736-0961


    Business Listing   Marko Metals Limited - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 785-3614


    Business Listing   Mid-Michigan Recycling - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 785-4512


    Business Listing   Oil Chemical Inc - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 235-3040


    Business Listing   Russ' Light Hauling - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 789-2108


    Business Listing   Spooner Metals - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 787-4026


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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 Flint. 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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