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Welcome to Rockaway Recycling! New Jersey Scrap Yard located in Rockaway, NJ.
We offer pick up service within the Tri-State area.
We also scrap electronics like motherboards, servers, desktop towers, CPU's & more.
We Recycle Your Scrap Metal
Rockaway Recycling has been a family run New Jersey scrap yard since 1977. We have been recycling scrap copper, brass, insulated copper wire, iron, aluminum, and steel, while serving thousands of customers and keeping millions of pounds of material out of landfills. We will help unload your trucks, pick up scrap metal with our container service, and answer questions about scrap metal prices, materials or the services that we provide. Rockaway Recycling recycles scrap metals such as:
- Bare Bright Copper Wire
- Plumbing Brass
- Insulated Copper Wire/Cable
- Steel or Iron
- Copper Pipe
- PC Motherboards or Electronics
- Stainless Steel
New to Rockaway Recycling? Read our FAQ’s
Please see our Pricing/Picture Page for current scrap prices and pictures of these materials. If you are having trouble determining what scrap metal you have, be sure to use the magnet test to get started.
We use state certified digital scales, as well as a container & pick-up service to help make our dent in the recycling world. Although we are a New Jersey scrap yard, Rockaway Recycling can provide scrap metal container service throughout the Tri-State area. Some places being:
- Morris County
- Essex County
- Warren County
- Sussex County
- Union County
- Somerset County
- Passaic County
- Hudson County
- New York
Offering container services with various sizes for your scrap metal, contact us to schedule a pick up with us today.
We have used the term, “Fair Weight…Fair Price,” and we would like to prove that to you by getting the opportunity to earn your business time after time.
Rockaway Recycling: A New Jersey Scrap Yard, serving the Tri-State area since 1977 by recycling their scrap metals and also the birthplace of the iScrap App.