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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.
Standard Listings

Business Listing   Accessory Powder Coating - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 338-1202


Business Listing   Bell Marine CO Inc - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 442-9089


Business Listing   BLT Enterprises - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 379-0500


Business Listing   C & C Paper Recycling - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 920-2673


Business Listing   Calif Recycling Centers - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 925-7649


Business Listing   California Concrete Crushing & Recycling - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 387-5050


Business Listing   Cear-California Electronic Asset Recovery - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 388-1777


Business Listing   Cedar Valley Concrete Transport - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 388-5585


Business Listing   Ecotechnology - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 480-0742


Business Listing   Fidelity Industries Inc - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 383-9198


Business Listing   Final Link Recycling Inc - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 485-1301


Business Listing   General Surplus Sales - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 925-3235


Business Listing   Harlow Recovery Inc - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 452-9500


Business Listing   HMR Group - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 381-5504


Business Listing   J A Recycling - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 428-8671


Business Listing   John's Cat House - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 203-2636


Business Listing   Mings Recycling Corporation - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 421-5054


Business Listing   Pacific West Recycling - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 930-9288


Business Listing   Pelton Robert - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 646-3210


Business Listing   Recycling Industries - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 452-3961


Business Listing   Sacramento Local Conservation Corps - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 386-8394


Business Listing   Sierra Waste Woodgrinding CO - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 388-8320


Business Listing   Sims Metal - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 444-3380


Business Listing   Smurfit-Stone Recycling - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 381-3340


Business Listing   Smurfit-Stone Recycling CO - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 441-0150


Business Listing   Sunshine Steel Enterprises Corporation - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 455-8371


Business Listing   Tomra Recycling Network - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 929-2857


Business Listing   Travis Reid - Recycling - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 339-3468


Business Listing   Tri-C Tire Recycling - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 388-2093


Business Listing   Waste Management Collection and Recycling Inc - Sacramento, CA - Phone: 1 (916) 731-4004


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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 Sacramento. 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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