Bluff City Recycling is a family owned business that has been recycling for over 7 years. We service large and small companies, including industrial, commercial, contractors, jobsites and residential accounts. Our goal is to provide our customers with supreme prices and fast, dependable service.As a customer of Bluff City Metal Recycling you will receive the highest quality of customer service, competitive prices, prompt payment, experienced personnel to grade your material, and access to a customized recycling program.Our facilities are designed with safety and efficiency in mind for both employees and customers. Our equipmetn is maintained and updated regularly and our scales are calibrated quarterly.
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Bluff City Metal Recycling will deliver a recycling dumpster to you for free.Contact Bluff City Metal Recycling today at 847-742-4600 to get the best price for any metal you have to recycle, or to arrange pickup.
At Bluff City Recycling, we accept a number of metals for recycling, including copper, aluminum, brass, steel, and stainless steel.
Don't let old computers and spare parts clutter your home or business. We accept all manner of electronic scrap, including PC boards, green boards, hard drives, computer towers, computers, televisions, floppy disks, cell phones, and more.
Bluff City recycles many kinds of cardboard and paper products: construction paper, shredded office papers, computer paper, catalogs, corrugated cardboard and more.
Bluff City Metal Recycling can deliver the perfect size dumpster for whatever your disposal needs may be. We have 20, 25 and 30 yard dumpsters available for your convenience.
Aluminum is the most abundant metal and the third most abundant element in the earth’s crust. In 1825 Hans Christian Oersted, a Danish chemist, was the first to produce the metal by heating anhydrous aluminum chloride with potassium amalgam and distilling off the mercury. Later scientists were able to refine the process in which aluminum was extracted, thus increasing the availability of the metal.
Today aluminum is the most widely used non-ferrous metal. Aluminum is almost always alloyed with other elements in order to improve or change its characteristics for a particular application. Aluminum has a wide variety of uses from transportation to construction to electrical.We recycle all types of aluminum:
Brass is a term used to describe a wide variety of copper and zinc alloys. Early production of brass was limited since the higher temperature needed to melt zinc could not be reached with the conventional heating methods of the time. Later, other methods of making brass replaced this practice as research and technology helped to make advancements in manufacturing processes.Brass, and its cousin bronze, have many uses in the modern world from decorative to functional. Brass is often used for decorative purposes because of its color which resembles gold. The metal is also used in radiator and heat exchanger construction because of its excellent thermal conductive properties.We recycle all types of brass and bronze:
Stainless Steel is a metal that has a higher resistance to corrosion and oxidation than steel. To be considered stainless steel it must contain a minimum of 10.5% chromium. Other elements such as: nickel, molybdenum and niobium, are often used to change the chemistry of the steel for a particular application.When chromium is added to steel and combined with oxygen a thin, few atoms thick, invincible layer is formed that protects the steel underneath; this process also gives unique self healing abilities to the metal. The history of stainless steel dates back to the mid 1800’s to early 1900’s. Stainless Steel is used in a wide range of applications from industrial to cutlery to decorative.We recycle all types of stainless steel, nickel alloys, carbide and tool steel:
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