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Cast Iron and Scrap Metal Recycling Services for
San Jose and Surrounding Areas

iron scrap

Ranch Town Recycling Center assists residents of San Jose and surrounding communities with the repurposing of cast-iron materials, in addition to other ferrous and nonferrous metals and materials. Cast iron is a ferrous metal widely used in many thriving industries, and it is also completely recyclable due to an easy and streamlined repurposing process. We buy a wide variety of metals, so unload your unused materials with us and put more money back in your wallet. Contact us today to find out more about how we can assist you with all of your iron recycling needs.

Our Salvage Facility Also Serves the Mountain View, Cupertino and Sunnyvale Areas

When residents want top dollar for their scrap, they turn to us as one of the regional leaders in the repurposing and reprocessing of metals, electronics, plastics and other reusable materials. Cast-iron is common in an array of industries and is often found in many automotive parts, as well as other popular structural materials. Scrap comes from construction sites, automotive engines, heavy-duty machinery and trains, among other sources. We have all the space, expertise and materials necessary to successfully salvage your metals, so visit our facility today.

Unload Unnecessary Materials Near Santa Clara, Campbell and Milpitas

Our team is well-versed in recycling and repurposing a broad range of materials. We can assist you in determining the best course of action to fit your needs. Whether you’re trying to unload metals, electronics, plastics or any number of other recyclable materials, we can help you get the job done while placing more money in your pocket. Stop by our San Jose center today, or drop us a line by calling 408-292-3333. We also serve the communities of Milpitas, Mountain View, Santa Clara and Sunnyvale.

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