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American Scrap Metal purchases many types of scrap metal from the general public and businesses at our convenient location on Webster Avenue in the Bronx. Our scrap metal purchasing is based on our certified scale weights and fair market commodity prices. We strive to provide the best prices, service, and convenience for metal recyclers. We buy the following types of scrap metal:

  • Alloys

    Alloy, metallic substance composed of two or more elements, as either a compound or a solution. The components of alloys are ordinarily themselves metals, though carbon, a nonmetal, is an essential constituent of steel.

  • Aluminum

    Aluminium is a silvery-white, lightweight metal. It is soft and malleable. Uses. Aluminium is used in a huge variety of products including cans, foils, kitchen utensils, window frames, beer kegs and aeroplane parts. This is because of its particular properties.

  • Copper

    The largest copper mine is found in Utah (Bingham Canyon). Other major mines are found in Arizona, Michigan, New Mexico and Montana. In South America, Chile, the world's largest producer, and Peru are both major producers of copper.

  • Ballasts

    A heavy substance (such as rocks or water) placed in such a way as to improve stability and control (as of the draft of a ship or the buoyancy of a balloon or submarine) tossed several tons of ballast overboard.

  • Brass

    A brave or foolhardy attitude. You've got a lot of brass telling me to do that! noun. (slang, dated) Money.

  • Stainless Steel

    Stainless adjective (MATERIAL) with no marks on it, or made of a substance that is not damaged by air or water and that does not change colour: stainless work surfaces.

  • Insulated Wire

    Insulated wire or cable consists of a non-conductive material or some other kind of material that is resistant to an electric current. It surrounds and protects the wire and cable inside.

  • Batteries

    The act of beating someone or something with successive blows : the act of battering (see batter entry 1 sense 1) b law : an offensive touching or use of force on a person without the person's consent evidence that supports a charge of battery — compare assault entry 1 sense 2a.

  • Iron

    A heavy malleable ductile magnetic silver-white metallic element that readily rusts in moist air, occurs native in meteorites and combined in most igneous rocks, is the most used of metals, and is vital to biological processes (as in transport of oxygen in the body) —symbol Fe — see Chemical Elements Table.

  • Electric Motors

    Most electric motors develop their mechanical torque by the interaction of conductors carrying current in a direction at right angles to a magnetic field.

  • Lead

    To lead means to go in front, or to serve as the leader of a group. If you're on a group hiking trip and the navigator lost the map, you'll want someone with a good sense of direction to lead the group back to the car.

  • Zinc

    Most zinc is used to galvanise other metals, such as iron, to prevent rusting. ... Large quantities of zinc are used to produce die-castings, which are important in the automobile, electrical and hardware industries.

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CONTAINER SERVICE: 12 - 80 yd. CONTAINERS

  • LUGGER BOXES
  • ROLL-OFFS
  • DRUMS
  • GAYLORD BOXES
  • PICK-UP AND TRUCKING SERVICE-LOCAL/NATIONWIDE
  • SERVING LOCAL & GLOBAL MARKETS
  • SERVING INDUSTRY, MANUFACTURING, TRADES
  • RETAIL, WHOLE SALE , BROKERAGE
  • RECYCLING PROGRAMS FOR SCHOOL & CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS
  • DRIVE-ON SCALE
  • Buying Gold & Precious Metals
  • Scrap Autos, Appliances, Boats, Anything Metal

DO YOU OFFER FUNDRAISING RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS?

  • If you have a fundraising or awareness idea or need help with one, email us with your questions, contact information and best time to reach you. WE CAN PRESENT A PROGRAM TO YOUR SCHOOL! Links of Interest: www.pbs.org/teachersource/ mathline/concepts/earthday/activity2.shtm Environmental Protection Agency www.epa.gov/teachers The Glass Packaging Institute www.gpi.org/ The Scrap Map is an environmental teaching aid that includes games and activities for Grades K-6. It explains and illustrates recycling by following autos, aluminum beverage cans, and newspapers through the recycling process. It is available from: The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc. www.isri.org/kids-teachers.htm#kids.

DO YOU OFFER RESOURCES FOR KIDS?

  • If your child or school has a specific need, we may be able to work with you. Try the websites below for some ideas. You will need to cut and paste them in your address box. Web Sites for Kids: pbskids.org The Steel Recycling Institute www.recycleroom.org The Environmental Protection Agency's "Explorers' Club" www.epa.gov/kids/ National Association for PET Container Resources www.coe.ufl.edu/courses/EdTech/Vault/MeritBadge/ Recycle City www.epa.gov/recyclecity/mainmap.htm www.gpi.org/

DO YOU OFFER FUNDRAISING RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS?

  • If you have a fundraising or awareness idea or need help with one, email us with your questions, contact information and best time to reach you. WE CAN PRESENT A PROGRAM TO YOUR SCHOOL! Links of Interest: www.pbs.org/teachersource/ mathline/concepts/earthday/activity2.shtm Environmental Protection Agency www.epa.gov/teachers The Glass Packaging Institute www.gpi.org/ The Scrap Map is an environmental teaching aid that includes games and activities for Grades K-6. It explains and illustrates recycling by following autos, aluminum beverage cans, and newspapers through the recycling process. It is available from: The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc. www.isri.org/kids-teachers.htm#kids.

STATISTICS

  • Last year in the United States alone, scrap recyclers handled more than 130 million tons of recyclables destined for domestic use and overseas markets. This tonnage included approximately: ? 70 million tons of scrap iron and steel ? 60 million tons of scrap paper and paperboard ? 4.1 million tons of scrap aluminum ? 1.5 million tons of scrap copper ? 1.1 million tons of scrap stainless steel ? 1.4 million tons of scrap lead ? 248,000 tons of scrap zinc ? 3.5 million tons of scrap glass or cullet (beverage containers only) ? 300,000 tons of scrap plastic (beverage containers only) ? 56 million scrap tires This scrap is collected for beneficial reuse, conserving impressive amounts of energy and natural resources in the recycling process. For example, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), recycled aluminum saves the nation 95 percent of the energy that would have been needed to make new aluminum from ore. Recycled iron and steel result in energy savings of 74 percent; recycled copper, 85 percent; recycled paper, 64 percent; and recycled plastic, more than 80 percent, all from materials that would otherwise be destined for landfills. Today, in the United States, scrap processing capacity is estimated to exceed 140 million annual tons of ferrous scrap alone?more than double the current volumes being purchased in the United States for domestic consumption and export. Even on a single-shift basis?working only daylight hours?at least 70 million tons of ferrous scrap a year can be shredded, sheared, baled, crushed, briquetted, broken, and torched. This capacity is reflected in multi-billion dollar investments by the industry in land, building, and equipment. Today, the scrap recycling industry in the United States, and in many parts of the world, is a sophisticated, capital-intensive industry preparing millions of tons of scrap for reuse each and every year. ISRI-2006

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Our Advantages

Carpenter Metal Solutions, Inc. provides comprehensive scrap recycling solutions. From a simple formula analysis — to ensure your scrap payment is based upon the correct publication, to a fully integrated program consisting of analysis, tracking, equipment financing, and risk analysis of target markets, we will better your bottom line. Because our objective is helping you, services can be combined and tailored to best meet your particular objectives or facility needs.

Fully Integrated Metal Management

In addition to our analysis and program development service, CMS Inc. can also fully implement and manage the program. This multi-faceted service includes:

  • Daily monitoring, using proprietary state-of-the-art software and analysis, to ensure you’re receiving the optimum value. In addition, we will constantly evaluate the financial stability of your selected markets.
  • Ongoing scrutiny of your material – from generation through final sale – to account for every pound. This includes weight verification, deduction monitoring and verification, and settlement oversight.
  • Contract negotiation with scrap processors, handlers, and buyers.
  • Ongoing review of your site material handling — to identify methods for streamlining and minimizing liability.
  • Ongoing review of site processing — to identify opportunities for increasing value and minimizing liability.
  • Comprehensive reporting at intervals that meet your needs.