GOOD TO GO RECYCLE
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GOOD TO GO RECYCLE
We pay you to recycle
RECYCLE: BE GREEN. GET MORE GREEN.
We pay you to recycle! Bring us materials such as aluminum cans, copper, brass, PVC siding, aluminum siding, scrap steel, electric motors, household appliances and more. We'll even tow your scrap car! Recycling is good for the environment—and good for you, too. We make it easy
The reasons to recycle household metal are endless. It helps the environment by reducing the need to mine new metal ore, saves tremendous amounts of energy, reduces the amount of unnecessary landfill, and puts cash in your pocket, making it a win-win for you and the environment. Whatever your reasons for recycling, we provide friendly and hassle-free service to help you.
We take everything from household appliances to old machinery, aluminum, copper, brass, auto batteries, and even industrial steel-case batteries. Our seventy-foot-long truck scales have large readouts that you can easily see from your vehicle while you are on the scale, and our staff is glad to help you unload your material.
Customers must be 18 years of age or older & have a valid government issued photo ID to sell scrap metal to Good To Go Recycle.
Good To Go pays top prices on all scrap metals, including lead batteries, aluminum wheels, radiators, end of life autos, household appliances, sheet metal, tin and aluminum cans. We are open Tuesday through Saturday from 8 am to 5 pm. Customers must be 18 years of age or older & have a valid government issued photo ID to sell scrap metal to Good To Go Recycle.
Demolition project? No problem, Good To Go will pay you for your demo scrap metal. Easy in and out for your trucks on our seventy-foot truck scales with large readout that your driver can see from his truck.
ITEMS WE DO NOT BUY
With the concern for the environment and the safety of our customers in mind, Good To Go Recycle will not accept the following items:
• City, County or State-owned material
• Empty or full whole compressed gas cylinders (e.g. oxygen, acetylene, propane and Freon tanks)
• Computer monitors, televisions, or any electronic device
• Fluorescent light fixtures that have PCB containing ballasts. A ballast specifying that it does not contain PCBs is acceptable.
• Glass bottles or glass containers
• Sealed drums
• Railroad scrap
• Utility owned scrap
• Beer kegs
• Items containing radiation, asbestos,
or lead paint
• Nickel-Cadmium or radioactive materials
• Capacitors, transformers with PCBs
• Paper or cardboard
• Firearms or brass shell casings
• Items containing Freon (if your item contains Freon, we have certified technicians that can remove the hazardous waste properly)
In accordance with MS Scrap Metal Law proper license is required to sell any regulated material which include:
Aluminum and copper from industrial and commercial sources including HVAC systems, utility wiring, beer kegs, metal syrup kegs and other items as defined in the following link to the Scrap Metal Law. http://www.sos.ms.gov/Regulation-Enforcement/Documents/ScrapMetalLaw.pdf
Metal Recycling Fun Facts
Did you know?
For every ton of aluminum recycled: 13 Million watts of electricity is saved, 95% less air pollution is produced, 4 tons of chemical product are conserved, and 5 to 8 tons of bauxite ore is conserved. Most of the bauxite ore used to make aluminum cans is mined in the tropics including tropical forests. Recycling aluminum helps save tropical forests. Turning old cans into new cans saves 95% of the energy needed to make cans from ore. One recycled aluminum can save enough electricity to run a computer or a TV for three hours.
Scrap Metal Recycling Facts & Figures:
1. Recycling one ton of steel conserves 2,500 lbs. of iron ore, 1,400 lbs. of
coal, and 120 lbs. of limestone.
2. A used aluminum can is recycled and back on the grocery shelf within
just 60 days.
3. The United States annually recycles enough copper to provide the
copper content of more than 25,000 Statues of Liberty.
4. On average, the United States processes enough ferrous scrap daily,
by weight, to build 25 Eiffel Towers every day of the year.
5. An estimated 85 to 95 percent of all automotive aluminum is recovered
6. By using ferrous scrap rather than virgin materials in the production of iron and steel, CO2 emissions are reduced by 58 percent.
7. Recycling one aluminum can saves enough energy to run a 55” HDTV to
watch your favorite movie.
8. The United States annually processes nearly 290 billion lbs. of scrap
material — the weight of more than 70 million cars.
9. The Gateway Arch in St. Louis used 900 tons of stainless steel in
construction — at the time, more stainless steel than any project
in history. Enough stainless steel is recycled in the United States each
year to build nearly 1,500 Gateway Arches.
10. Lead-acid batteries, a primary use for lead, have a nearly 100 percent recycling rate.
11. One metric ton of electronic scrap from personal computers
contains more gold than that recovered from 17 tons of gold ore.
12. The United States annually recycles enough ferrous scrap, by weight,
to build more than 900 Golden Gate Bridges — a bridge stretching
nearly 9,000 feet.
13. Recycling one car saves more than 2,500 lbs. of iron ore, 1,400 lbs. of coal, and 120 lbs. of
14. Recycling steel requires 60 percent less energy than producing steel from iron ore.
15. The United States recycled the equivalent of nearly 12 million cars in 2014.
16. 2014 Recycling Rate
• for cars: nearly 100 percent
• for structural steel: 98 percent
• for rebar and reinforcement steel: 71 percent
See more facts and information from ISRI on their website: http://www.isri.org/
Contact Us for Current Prices
228-466-0001 - Ask for Gordon
12180 MS-603, Bay St Louis, MS 39520, USA