Xpress Recycling Notice:
Our retail Xpress Recycling over-the-scale station is currently closed, as a COVID precaution to the health and safety of our customers and employees. This closing does not affect any services for our industrial customers. Check this space on our website for future updates and contact us with any questions.
Xpress Recycling Details:
- Call now for quote 404.753.6063
- Top prices
- Immediate on-site payment
- All scrap metal types & quantities
- Drive-up scale
- Quick unload service
- Fast, easy way to sell & recycle
- Retail, contractors and commercial
- Open to public
Contact Metro Xpress Recycling to Sell Scrap Metal:
Metro Xpress Recycling is a fast, easy way for you to sell scrap metal.
As a scrap yard and scrap dealer, we buy and sell scrap metal of all types and quantities, and that helps put some “green” back in the environment and more “green” in your wallet.
Georgia State Law requires that you present a valid picture ID to sell scrap metal and receive payment. You must remove pans, hoses and wires, and drain fluids from all accepted materials before arriving at Metro Xpress Recycling. This may not be done on site.
Designed for our retail, contractor and commercial customers, Metro Xpress Recycling provides a convenient drop-off service with top prices and instant payments whenever you sell scrap metal.
Your material is quickly unloaded when you arrive. It’s accurately weighed and documented at the scale. And immediate payment is made on site.
The most commonly accepted metals and those items we do not accept are listed below:
Accepted: Non-Ferrous Metals
Aluminum Gutters & Downspouts
Aluminum Patio Furniture
Aluminum Pots & Pans
Brass Hair Wire
Brass Plumbing, Pipes & Valves
Copper Plumbing, Pipes & Valves
Insulated Cable & Wire
Lead Wheel Weights
Screen Doors & Window Frames
Tin Coated Copper
Tin Insulated Copper Wire
Accepted: Ferrous Metals
Illegal to Accept
Jun 11, 2021 – Domestic ferrous scrap trades in Northern markets were done quickly at $50-60/GT above May levels in June, but Southern markets were even more stout up as much as $60-65/GT.
May 21, 2021 – U.S. stainless scrap prices were mostly sideways last week even as benchmark nickel prices temporarily reversed to move higher on the London Metal Exchange.