Why Recycle at Deer Valley Recycling?
Recycling Scrap Metal Makes Money What many people don’t know is that most scrap metal can be recycled for cash payments at our phoenix facility, thus adding to the green movement.
Construction companies that may have tons of steel beams from structures, electricians that have wires and electrical equipment and plumbers that have copper piping and brass fixtures.
Homeowners are always welcomed and encouraged to bring their own metal scrap to make money and recycle the metals at the right place.
Our scales are certified every 90 days
We purchase all non-ferrous metal recycling such as:
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Copper Recycling -
Copper is a common in the structure of homes. It can be found in plumbing pipes, roofing materials like gutters, within the inside of air conditioners and common electric wires.
Copper is one of the most valuable metals to recycle, so collecting it and keeping the different kinds separate can earn you some “pat-on-the-back” money for recycling it with you scrap yard.
Brass Recycling -
Brass can often be found in hardware like keys, door handles, light fixtures and bathroom fixtures.
Brass is used often in plumbing fixtures and also at the end of copper piping. A mid-level priced item at Deer Valley Recycling, brass can add up quickly in weight because of how dense it is.
Aluminum Recycling -
Aluminum cans are not the only place you can find this metal. While cans are often collected and brought to the scrap yards in bulk, aluminum can also be found in many places throughout your house.
Often used for gutters, siding, window frames, doors, and more, aluminum is in more places than you can imagine.
Recycling aluminum saves 80% of the energy that was used to make it.
Stainless Steel Recycling -
Stainless steel is composed of an iron base metal mixed with chromium and is used in highly corrosive environments because of its resistance to corrosion.
Stainless steel recycling makes up a smaller but important part of the metals recycling trade. An average stainless steel object is composed of about 60 percent recycled material.
There are many sources of stainless steel found in both the commercial and residential arenas that are suitable for stainless steel recycling.
Restaurant Kitchen Equipment -
Plate and Sheet -
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All High Temperature Alloys Recycling -
High-temperature alloy recycling makes up a smaller percentage of the metals recycling trade, it’s an important component.
Recycled high-temperature alloys are used in the aerospace, aircraft and defense industries where strength and resistance to heat expansion are prime concerns.
The alloys we buy that are suitable for high-temperature alloy recycling include:
Electronic Waste Recycling -
Electronic waste is defined as all obsolete or outdated computers, televisions, cell phones, printers, PDAs, and thousands of other devices commonly used in offices, homes, and by people on the go.
The environmentally safe disposal of electronic waste has rampantly become important over the past decade. Technological advances and legislation on all levels has vaulted electronic waste recycling into an evolving multi-billion dollar a year industry.
Steel Recycling -
Steel is one of the most common metals used throughout the world. It can be found in many places, from your car to chairs, shelves, cabinets and more.
While it is not worth much at a scrap yard unless you have thousands of pounds of it, it is still wise to collect it and bring it to be recycled the right way at Deer Valley Recycling.
How to tell what kinds of metal you have?
If the magnet sticks to your metal: You have a ferrous metal in your hands, something common like steel or iron.Ferrous metal is not worth as much, but Deer Valley does accept it and we make sure it is recycled properly. Recycling Center Coupon
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If the magnet does not stick to your metal: The metal you have is a non-ferrous metal. Many common metals, like copper, aluminum, brass, stainless steel and bronze are categorized as non-ferrous metals. These metals are very valuable to recycle and are worth more money at Deer Valley Recycling.
"We do not purchase: Cardboard -