Metro Alloys is committed to operating its business with best practices that ensure the environmentally safe and responsible handling of your scrap metal. Our environmental stewardship complies with all governmental laws and regulations, and also relies on the common sense and training of our staff in all capacities. Additionally, we also work with our customers to ensure all materials are in compliance with environmental and safety regulations prior to and during transport.
Our metal yards and office buildings are secured with electronic entry readers and monitored 24/7 by video surveillance and security systems for your protection and for the safety of our employees. This includes the weighing and documenting of every inbound and outbound load for compliance.
Also for your protection and the safety of our employees, Metro Alloys is a drug-free workplace certified by the State Workers’ Compensation Board in Georgia.
Certified Drug-Free Workplace
Feb 12, 2020 – U.S. ferrous scrap prices dropped $10-20/GT during February domestic trading with prime tags besting secondary tags in most markets. Alabama and Arkansas slid $30/GT.
Jan 30, 2020 – Stainless scrap turned lower this week reacting to affects the coronavirus may have on China’s economy. LME nickel prices were down nearly 7-1/2 percent for the week.