Roswell Recycling Center, serves individuals and businesses, who desire to recycle their scrap metals. We enjoy matching our services to your needs. We prove that we value both new and long-standing customers by providing services that meet your salvaging needs. Roswell Recycling Center provides you with accurate scale weights, efficient unloading practices and timely payments while providing competitive pricing. Roswell Recycling Center, wants to be your recycling center, making Roswell a better place to live.
Most Industrial and commercial businesses have a growing volume and increasing need for scrap metal disposal. Roswell Recycling Center has the ability to manage an extensive variety of scrap metals. Some of the metals we accept include nickel alloy, brass, aluminum, copper, and lead. As expected we also accept steel, plate, structural steel, cast-iron, insulated copper wire, #1 bundle (bale), busheling, and other types of ferrous and non-ferrous metals which you know are in constant demand and command good prices.
Roswell Recycling Center is committed to reducing the impact, we as citizens of Roswell, have on our surroundings; treating our scrap as a precious natural resource. This allows the people of Roswell to produce financial, environmental, and community income. At Roswell Recycling Center recycling is more than part of our company name; recycling is one way we have a say in the health of the earth and restock our renewable resources. After a product made from metal has become ineffective, it is delivered to us. We sort and grade them; then we prepare them for sale.
Many people know recycling is an important component in the conservation of our natural resources and protection of our environment. Recycling helps to prevent a considerable percentage of our society’s unwanted vehicles, appliances, and reusable rubble from ending up in expensive city or county landfills.
Recycling helps to protect and beautify Roswell’s environment while providing jobs. A significant advantage of recycling is the decrease in energy use. When aluminum is recycled from scrap, the aluminum smelter uses less than one-tenth of the energy required to process bauxite ore into aluminum. Recycling copper saves as much as 87% in energy expense. One estimate suggests that 40% of the copper used each year is recycled from recycled copper.