Pacific Steel & Recycling

Pacific Steel & Recycling

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(208) 734-7440

1939 Highland Avenue East

Twin Falls
,
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83301

Pacific Steel & Recycling is a business providing services in the field of Scrap Metals & Iron. Pacific Steel & Recycling is located in Twin Falls, ID on 1939 Highland Avenue East.

Pacific Steel & Recycling telephone number is (208) 734-7440.

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Helpful Tip for: Scrap Metals & Iron


 Scrap Metals and Iron, in Twin Falls, refer to discarded metal that is suitable for reprocessing. They are not waste, are recyclable and have significant monetary value. They are mostly part of vehicles, building supplies and surplus materials. 



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