Industrial Scrap Metal Services
MINIMUM Of 7,000lbs. for ALL Steel Pick Ups!
Rockaway Recycling has been serving the Tri-State Area and North New Jersey with industrial scrap metal services since we opened in 1977. We can provide the right equipment, team, and procedure to ensure that we get the job done. If you have steel, iron, copper, aluminum, and other materials in New Jersey for scrap metal we can help.
We accept several types of metals at our facility from industrial projects. Whether it is in demolition, liquidation, dismantling, construction, or other project sites, Rockaway Recycling can help you with your scrap metal services in industrial projects.
Dumpster Sizes Available:
40-Yard Roll-Off Dumpsters
30-Yard Roll-Off Dumpsters
20-Yard Roll-Off Dumpsters
10-Yard Roll-Off Dumpsters
Covered and Lockable Roll-Off Dumpsters
Box Truck Pickups
Flat Bed Truck Pickups
Scrap Metals & Materials We Accept:
Liquidations & Dismantling Scrap Metal Services
Rockaway Recycling has a dismantling/liquidation division as well as a factory inventory and scrap metal clean-out program. We recycle all types of obsolete equipment and machinery, from large machines to electronic computer and telephone systems.
We can provide on-site demolition and removal service for your specialized needs for your scrap metal. Our technicians are properly trained to remove even the most complex equipment, quickly, efficiently and safely in a cost-effective way.
We will work with your company to eliminate your surplus needs. We can provide containers, trucking, labor, and other help so that you will be able to recycle your scrap metals and have the peace of mind that it is going to be destroyed. We can provide letters stating that the material is destroyed so you can assure your company that all material bought will only be sold as scrap metal.
Remember to call Rockaway Recycling at 973.625.9560 for a free consultation for all your surplus, liquidation, demolition and removal needs of your scrap metals.
“People forget how fast you did a job – but they remember how well you did it.”
– Howard Newton