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We Buy Batteries and Other Metals

For over 40 years we have moved truckload quantities of spent batteries and lead from generators to smelters ensuring prompt payment to our customers.

We're now buying truckload quantities of other scrap metals. Call us anytime and we'll quote you our best possible price for your material.

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Latest News

  • Shanghai copper premium rises to $100-110 on better demand

    Shanghai copper premiums have risen sharply as more traders again turned to imports to satisfy recovering domestic demand.

  • China’s domestic manganese flake prices edge up

    Manganese flake prices in China edged up over the past week as producers raised offers on costlier raw materials and limited supply, according to market sources within the country.

  • Shanghai copper edges up on nuclear, hydro projects

    Copper prices on the Shanghai Futures Exchange rose on Monday, possibly aided by a government move to accelerate spending on energy facilties.

  • British recycler sues Aleris in payment dispute

    British aluminum recycler Alutrade is suing Aleris International for allegedly failing to pay for more than 2.3 million lbs of used beverage containers (UBCs), bottle tops and whole cans early last year, according to documents filed on April 15 in a US…

  • Improving weather boosts US zinc premiums

    Special-high-grade zinc premiums edged up last week amid improving weather conditions, market participants said.

  • Aluminum scrap prices hold steady

    The aluminum scrap market was mostly unchanged this past week as prices continued to follow the steadiness seen in primary aluminum.

  • US Midwest aluminum premiums inch up

    Midwest aluminum premiums inched up over the past week, with market participants claiming that rising demand and limited domestic supply will continue to support current premium levels in the near term.

  • ANALYSIS: Las Bambas — one giant leap by Minmetals?

    Do we say that China Minmetals has bought the Las Bambas copper project from GlencoreXstrata, or do we say it was its Hong Kong-listed subsidiary, MMG?

  • CHINA STEEL WRAP: Prices down

    China’s spot steel prices all fell on Friday April 18 on slack trade, a volatile futures performance and weak sentiment, while only the northern rebar market remained flat with week-earlier levels.

  • Noranda’s power case to move forward

    Noranda Aluminum Holding Corp.’s petition for a lower electricity rate in Missouri USA will move forward on an expedited schedule and prior to potential rate filings from power provider Ameren Missouri, a subsidiary of utility Ameren Corp., the Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC) said in a filing on Wednesday April 16.

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