Quality assessments of your scrap metal needs

scrap metal assessment

A simple pile of scrap metal doesn’t look like much. Maybe that’s why so many throw out tons of the stuff every day. If those people only understood the value that could be gained by recycling that scrap, they may not be so quick to send it away. That’s why an assessment of the quality of your scrap metal materials is so important.

For more than twelve years, Alton Materials has been assessing the quality of ferrous and non-ferrous scrap metal for individual customers and businesses of all types. Whether you need a plan to tackle the mounds of scrap you produce every day or just want to get an estimate on the value of what you’ve collected, our trained professionals will utilize their industry expertise to answer all of your questions and provide the most appropriate services.

For our fellow scrappers, we’ll be happy to come out to your yard or facility and take a look at the scrap you have. We’ll check for types and quality against our current pricing, suggest any services you might need, then bring back an easy-to-understand estimate of your scrap material’s value.

If you’re part of a company that’s looking for help managing the scrap metal produced at your commercial or industrial construction, demolition or railroad job site, Alton Materials provides the same quality face-to-face assessments, but with a business focus. After two visits to your facility or job site, we’ll create a no-hassle plan that provides the best price for your metals and reliable scrap service for the duration of the project.

Getting Alton Materials to come to you for a free scrap assessment is as easy as click or a phone call. Contact us by email, phone, or through our website to start the process of getting the most value for your scrap metal.

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Free business scrap assessment

Your business generate scrap? Probably more than you can imagine. Let’s talk about how this pile of trash can become a mountain of profits.

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