Sims Metal Management’s East Chicago scrap metal recycling yard in Indiana (IN) purchases and processes ferrous & non-ferrous scrap metal. The yard specializes in bus, railcars and aluminum trailer recycling. It offers trucking & roll-off container services, tolling processing and demolition & dismantling services. Processing capabilities of the yard include baling, car crushing, shearing, mobile baling and torch cutting. The recycling center is equipped with baler, shears, torch cutters and mobile shears. The yard also provides complementary services such as container loading, overseas container loading, rail car loading, truck loading and stevedoring. Sims Metal Management is an Australian domiciled corporation, with a primary share listing on the Australian Securities Exchange and ADRs trading in the United States on the OTC Market. Sims Metal Management Limited is committed to sustainability, health, community and the environment.
Sims Metal Management is the global leader in metals and electronics recycling.
Our leadership position has been built through an uncompromising commitment to safety, customer service and the expertise and loyalty of our extraordinary people.
Sims Metal Management is the world’s leading listed metal and electronics recycler with approximately 200 facilities and 5,500 employees globally. Our mission for is to drive the highest possible returns to shareholders through lowest cost material processing and best-in-class trading platforms. Our commitment to employees is to create a zero-harm workplace, while being exemplary community members and responsible stewards of the environment.
Health and safety are our utmost priorities - this is non-negotiable and there are no exceptions.
The safety and wellbeing of our staff, contractors and visitors is paramount. To ensure that we meet our high health and safety standards, we have a comprehensive and exhaustive health and safety policy endorsed by our Board of Directors.
Each operating division has its own committee, which monitors incidents, provides direction and works in conjunction with OH&S professionals. Every health and safety incident, no matter how large or small, is recorded within our comprehensive safety system. This allows us to analyse the possible causes of incidents and implement mitigation strategies to ensure that they are not repeated.
Health and safety is everybody's business at Sims Metal Management - it is a shared responsibility. Initiatives undertaken include peer-to-peer observational behaviour audits, continuous risk assessments, initial staff induction and ongoing Health and Safety training. We have also recently engaged DuPont Safety Resources to conduct an extensive review of our OH&S practices.
Our Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate – which is the number of lost time injuries recorded multiplied by one million and divided by the number of hours worked - for the Group dropped from 3.2 in fiscal 2010 to 2.7 in fiscal 2011. In addition, the number of Medically Treated Injury Frequency Rate (similarly defined) dropped from 14.2 in fiscal 2010 to 12.4 in fiscal 2011, making fiscal 2011 our safest year ever.
Automobile Salvage, Computer & Electronics Recycling, Junk Dealers, Recycling Equipment & Services, Scrap Metals-Wholesale, Recycling Centers, Surplus & Salvage Merchandise, Scrap Metals
Albert Sims, a Sydney-based recycled metals dealer, originally established Sims Metal Management in 1917, when he started to collect recyclables on a bicycle, before graduating to a horse and cart.
Eventually the horse and cart were replaced by trucks and mechanized equipment, and the business was incorporated as Albert G. Sims Limited in 1928 and was renamed Simsmetal Limited in 1968.
In 1970, it merged with Consolidated Metal Products Limited and the merged ASX-listed company was named Sims Consolidated Limited. In 1979, Sims Consolidated Limited was acquired by Peko-Wallsend Limited and subsequently delisted. Sims Consolidated Limited was then acquired by North Limited (previously known as North Broken Hill Holdings Limited, and then North Broken Hill Peko Limited) in 1988. In 1989, North Limited sold the business to Elders Resources NZFP Limited, a diversified resources company.
In 1990, Carter Holt Harvey Limited made a successful takeover bid for Elders Resources NZFP Limited and divested that company’s non-forestry businesses, which included Sims. Sims changed its name to Simsmetal Limited in 1990 and relisted on the ASX in 1991. In 2003, Simsmetal Limited changed its name to Sims Group Limited.
Wire chopping, or mechanical wire recovery, is a form of wire recycling that chops and granulates wire in order to separate out different metal commodities from non-metallic, foreign materials such as plastic.
Wire scrap sources are:
Sims Metal Management's wire chopping capabilities include: grinding copper and aluminum wire into small pellets, inspecting for foreign matter and separating plastic wire casings.
Retire your assets before they become a liability.
Get the best value for all of your obsolete equipment – trailers, cabs, dollies and more. Sims Metal Management is the leading scrap metal company in North America and the world. We offer top prices and guarantee timely payment for all of your retired assets. National fleet retirement contracts can be benchmarked to a monthly price index. We own and operate 15 shredding operations across the U.S. and we guarantee timely and complete destruction of your equipment in a safe and secure environment, ensuring that your equipment does not end up in another company’s fleet. Clients are welcome to witness our turn-key recycling process at any time. Upon request, we will also provide clients with ‘Certificates of Destruction.’
Certified Scale Weights with Electronically Generated Scale Tickets – All of our scales are State certified and most have digital outdoor weight indicators. We also provide clients with receiving lists, account summaries and other customized reports.
Looking for a “strategic partner”? – Sims Metal Management is a multinational corporation, publicly traded (ASX: SGM) and SOX 404 compliant. We trade more than 14 million tons of scrap metal annually from 270 recycling operations around the globe.
|425 W 152nd st|
East Chicago, Indiana
| +1 1-219-378-7426|
|Monday||From 6:00 am To 4:00 pm|
|Tuesday||From 6:00 am To 4:00 pm|
|Wednesday||From 6:00 am To 4:00 pm|
|Thursday||From 6:00 am To 4:00 pm|
|Friday||From 6:00 am To 4:00 pm|