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Scrap Metals & Iron In Omaha

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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   A & R Salvage and Recycling Inc - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 346-4470


Business Listing   A & S Concrete Recycling Inc - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 571-1115


Business Listing   A-1 Containers & Hauling - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 344-4488


Business Listing   A-1 Scrap Metal Recycling - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 342-1324


Business Listing   Ak-Sar-Ben Scrap Iron & Metal CO - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 341-3796


Business Listing   Can PAC Recycling Inc - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 339-4635


Business Listing   Can PAC Recycling Inc Millard - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 895-2211


Business Listing   Can PAC Recycling Inc Northwest - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 390-1169


Business Listing   Can PAC Recycling Inc Saddlecreek - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 556-4133


Business Listing   Canfield's Sporting Goods - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 393-3363


Business Listing   Ferer Aaron & Sons CO - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 342-2436


Business Listing   Fucinaro Excavating CO Inc - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 733-4100


Business Listing   Heimes Excavating & Utilities CO - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 894-1000


Business Listing   Midwest Metals Recycling - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 345-6624


Business Listing   Omaha Paper Stock CO Inc - Recycling Center - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 453-9300


Business Listing   Sadoff Iron & Metal Company - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 345-6624


Business Listing   Three-Way Aluminum Recycling Inc - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 392-2007


Business Listing   U-Pull-It Auto & Truck Parts - North - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 342-0831


Business Listing   Weyerhaeuser Document Destruction & Recycling - Omaha, NE - Phone: (402) 453-8755


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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 Omaha. 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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