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What We Buy
We accept and pay you cash on the spot, subject to relevant scrap metal laws, for all types of metals including:
Ferrous Metals

  • Aerosol cans
  • Appliances
  • Air conditioning compressors
  • Bicycles
  • Busheling
  • Cable and wire
  • Cast Iron
  • Chain link fencing
  • Drums, barrels and other containers
  • Heavy melt steel
  • Industrial metals
  • Metal banding
  • Metal roofing
  • Rebar
  • Sheet Metal
  • Steel
  • Shock absorbers
  • Tin
Non-Ferrous Metals

  • Aluminum, including cans, rims, siding, sheet
  • Coils
  • Copper, including #1, #2 and bare bright
  • Electric motors
  • Electrical parts
  • Electrical wiring
  • Insulated wire
  • Irony aluminum, including lawn furniture
  • New production
  • Other alloys
  • Plumbing parts
  • Radiators
  • Red brass (Ebony)
  • Shredded scrap (Zorba)
  • Stainless Steel
  • Turnings
  • Wheel weights (Ropes)
  • Yellow brass (Honey)
  • Zinc

Prohibited Items

The Scrap Yard DOES NOT BUY STOLEN ITEMS! Material theft continues to be a growing problem throughout the scrap metal industry. We are fully committed to working with local authorities and affected parties to stop the acceptance of stolen material by all recyclers. Our policies are designed to fully comply with all current laws and regulations, and we continually train our employees so they can better recognize stolen or prohibited materials.

In addition, for the safety of our employees and protection of the environment, we cannot accept the following:

  • Solid wastes – no wood, plastics, glass, trash, concrete, carpet
  • Containers with free-flowing liquids
  • Radioactive materials
  • Pressurized/closed containers – must be clearly open and vented.
  • Military scrap/explosives – no live ammo, gun powder or weapons
  • Poisons or corrosives (no acids or caustics)
  • PCB capacitors and ballasts – must have label “NO PCBs”
  • Paint cans
  • Circuit boards
  • Oil
  • Fuel
  • Antifreeze
  • Asbestos
  • Propane or tanks
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Georgia Laws for Selling Scrap Metal

  • Hours of Operation: Scrap yards in Georgia are not allowed to purchase materials between the hours of 7pm and 7am.
  • Vehicle Record: Yards are required to keep record of the make, model, and license plate used to transport material brought by the scrap seller. However, scrap can also be purchased from a person without a vehicle.
  • Photo ID: A copy of ID of the seller is required to be kept on record.
  • Photo of Material: When the scrap metal is being sold, it must have a photo record of it along with a time stamp, weight, and description.
  • Signed Document: The seller of the scrap must sign a document stating they have not been convicted of metals theft. The Georgia scrap yard must keep that on record.
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Whether you are an individual or company, call us now at 229-888-1713 for pricing on your junk metal.
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