List of Scrap Metal Recycling Yards in the Central New Jersey Area


Scrap metal recycling is a business that turns waste steel, aluminum, brass and other metals into useful products. Businesses that have a lot of scrap, such as manufacturing firms or waste haulers, or individuals with a lot of old appliances can make money selling their scrap to scrapyards. Central New Jersey has several scrap yards that allow you to drop off or arrange a pick up of scrap metal for money.

Central Jersey Recycling Inc.

  • Central Jersey Recycling Inc. is a scrapyard in Edison, New Jersey. The yard has been in business since 1985. Central Jersey Recycling collects steel, brass, aluminum, copper and other metals. They offer containers up to 40 yards in size to collect large amounts of scrap. They maintain an updated price list on the website, and they provide a list of prohibited items.

    Central Jersey Recycling

    376 Meadow Rd

    Edison, NJ 08817

    Phone: (732) 985-7086

    Fax: (732) 819-7055

Federal Metals and Alloys

  • Federal Metal and Alloys is a scrapyard specializing in non-ferrous metals. The company buys scrap aluminum, appliances, stainless steel and batteries. The company also buys precious metals like gold, silver and platinum. They offer industrial container services and have state-certified scales. The company has been in business since 1973.

    Federal Metals & Alloys

    4216 S. Clinton Ave.

    South Plainfield, NJ 07080

    Phone: (908) 756-0900

Recoup Industries

  • Recoup Industries is an exporter of scrap metal based in Edison, New Jersey. It buys industrial scrap metal and mill excess. It also buys steel, aluminum, titanium, lead and zinc.

    Recoup Industries Inc.

    802 Village Dr.

    Edison, NJ 08817-2635

    Phone: (732) 777-0045

    Fax: (732) 777-0112

Scarpati's Recycling

  • Scarpati's deals with recycling of scrap metal and used auto parts. The company provides hauling services for broken automobiles, industrial plant scrap and container services for larger orders.

    1300 New York Ave.

    Trenton, NJ 08638

    Phone: (609) 396-7040

Nesser Metals & Alloys LLC

  • Nesser Metals & Alloys LLC is an industrial scrap hauler in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The company buys all grades of industrial aluminum, brass, copper and high temperature alloys. The company also sells secondary mill items for resale and export such as insulated wire and electric motors. The company has container services or guaranteed next day pick up. Prices are based on metal prices listed on he London Metal Exchange, The Mercantile Exchange and The Export Market.

    Nesser Metals & Alloys LLC

    15 Gulf Rd.

    East Brunswick, NJ 08816

    Phone: (732) 247-7719


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