A FULL SERVICE SCRAP RECYCLING COMPANY

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A premier scrap metal and electronic recycler, GLE Scrap Metal performs environmentally-friendly processing and recycling of all base and precious metals. We purchase, process, and re-integrate all recyclable base metals.

Family owned and operated, we maintain a zero-landfill policy in order to efficiently utilize natural resources and help conserve energy.

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What We Do

As a full-service, all-in-one recycling company based throughout the U.S., we supply domestic mills and global end-users with wide ranges of raw commodities to be transformed into new product.

In a nutshell, we ensure that your excess materials don’t go to waste all while maximizing the value you receive in return.

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45+ Acres of Recycling Facility

Fully Licensed & Insured

Servicing up to
80yd containers

30+
Trucks

Materials Recycled

Non-Ferrous Metals

Non-Ferrous Metals

GLE Scrap Metal buys, processes, and sells all grades of non-ferrous scrap metal.

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Non-Ferrous Metals

Ferrous Metals

GLE Scrap Metal buys, processes, and sells all grades of ferrous scrap metal

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Non-Ferrous Metals

Brokerage

GLE purchases large volumes of materials for domestic mills & global end-users.

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Non-Ferrous Metals

Electronics

GLE provides environmentally-friendly recycling of computers, monitors, terminals and more.

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WE ARE COMMITTED TO THE RECYCLING OF ALL MATERIAL IN A SAFE
AND ENVIRONMENTALLY CONSCIOUS MATTER.

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