Scrap Metal Recycling

Why Should You Recycle Scrap Metal?

Bayshore offers full-service ferrous and non-ferrous scrap metal recycling and processing through Coastal Metal Recycling (CMR). Recycling scrap metal is important for both environmental and economic reasons.  These valuable materials  can be reused numerous times which minimizes mining and processing, which also reduces energy consumption, water use and greenhouse gas production.  We accept two types of scrap metal:

Ferrous Scrap Metal Recycling in NJ

Ferrous metals contain mostly iron, while also having small amounts of other metals and elements added. Ferrous metals are also magnetic and corrosive.  Common ferrous scrap metals that we deal with are vehicle scrap, construction & demolition site scrap (such as large I-beams) and metal offcuts from manufacturing industries.  (We do not accept entire vehicles.)

Non-Ferrous Scrap Metal Recycling in NJ

Non-ferrous scrap  does not contain iron and is  not magnetic.  It is also more resistant to corrosion than ferrous metal. Ferrous metals ideal for recycling include  aluminum, aluminum alloys, copper, brass, lead, zinc, stainless steel and electrical cable.  Non-ferrous scrap also includes white goods – such as refrigerators, washers, dryers, and dishwashers.  We also extract chlorofluorocarbons (CFC’s) from white goods to ensure proper management.

Scrap Metal Recycling  in New Jersey

It is important that we all do our part in recycling  scrap metal because of its multiple benefits for the environment and  economy, especially in such a densely populated and urban State as New Jersey. No one is better at handling your scrap metals than CMR.    Coastal Metal Recycling is part of the Bayshore Family of Companies, the largest and most diversified recycling operation in New Jersey and the Northeast.  We operate seven separate, but related recycling companies on a 58 acre property in the Keasbey Section of Woodbridge Township. We are centrally located in the State with excellent access by truck, rail or barge. To learn more about Bayshore Recycling and what we have to offer, contact us today.

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