We pay for your scrap metal
We will be closed on Friday, July 3rd for the 4th of July Holiday.
We will be closed on Saturdays for the summer.
We stress the importance of practicing good social distancing while on our property.
Buyers of Scrap Steel, Aluminum, Brass, Copper, Stainless Steel and Electric Wire
Upstate Metal Recycling, Inc. is an area leader in buying and processing scrap. We buy any quantity or volume of scrap including steel, aluminum, brass, copper, stainless steel and insulated or bare electric wire.
We Pay You For Your Scrap Metal
$.33/lbs if over 100 lbs
$1.98 – 2.10 /LB
For Commercial & Industrial Account Pricing Please Call (260) 747-2000
We are a member of the American Metal Market® to ensure we are staying competitive with our pricing. Prices can fluctuate daily and are subject to change. We reserve the right to adjust pricing due to changing market conditions. We also have the right to refuse to honor any incorrect Internet Daily Pricing due to market variation.
Better for the enviromnent and better for the people
Here at Upstate Metal Recycling, we believe in the preservation of our plant, a cleaner, safer and healthier world where people can prosper for generations to come. We must be custodians of our environment and have a responsibility to redevelop our planet with the materials we are entrusted to handle every day.
- Operations – Constantly improving our operating practices for greater environmental efficiencies.
- Material Management – We recognize the importance of managing the earths metals and are constantly exploring new options to capture value and energy from metal materials.
- Communities – We are dedicated to being a good neighbor to the communities in which we live and work. This includes investing in local communities and volunteerism.
- Safety – We prioritize safety above all else. When people feel safe, they can fully participate in the opportunities that are available to them every day.
- People – We believe that engaged employees are successful employees and are constantly looking at ways to keep our company as a premier place to work.
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