Call us at 905 312 9506, order a bin to recycle your scrap metal in and we’ll drop it off to you.
When you are done filling it with scrap metal, call us to have it picked up.
* Our weigh scale is calibrated and verified on a regular basis
** Credit given is subject to a container/dumpster charge.
20 ft in length or shorter. 5 ft in width or less. 1⁄4 inch or less in thickness. Must not include any heavy pieces, sealed drums or pails, any gas tanks, batteries, tar, and any hazardous or explosive material.
Mixed new and old obsolete clean black, galvanized and painted sheet steel scrap in 1⁄4 inch max thickness. May not include non-ferrous metal attachments, plastic, tar, wood, insulation, white goods, tin plated material, drums, pails or gas tanks.
Clean drums and rotors must not contain steel parts including camshafts, valves, valve springs, and studs
Alloy free carbon steel scrap a 1⁄4” and over in thickness. Must not contain pipe, alloy or high carbon steels bars, reinforcing bar, drill rod, alloy armor plate, and springs of any description. More $ for sizes 4’ or less.
Alloy free carbon steel scrap a 1⁄4” and over in thickness. May also include flattened pipe of 4” diameter and over. Must not contain, cast and/or malleable iron, closed vessels, sheet scrap or light scrap, drill rod, chrome plated steel or any non ferrous bearing material. More $ for sizes 4’ or less.
Consists of clean steel scrap, not exceeding 2 feet by 5 feet. Most materials are new factory sheet clippings, drops, stampings, etc
Rebar is a steel bar or mesh of steel wires used as a tension device in reinforced concrete and reinforced masonry structures to strengthen and aid the concrete under tension.
The “gold” of the scrap commodities. This high valued commodity has a very high recovery properties.
There are various classifications of aluminum, depending on the quality and process. Pictured here is Aluminum Siding
Stainless steels are most notable for their corrosion resistance, which increases with increasing chromium content.
Values can go from 0.20 a pound to $2 a pound, depending on copper percentage. Many different shapes and sizes and various prices.
From various systems and applications.
For Businesses/Large Projects
CLIENTS THAT BENEFIT FROM THIS SERVICE:
Monday – Friday 7AM to 4:30PM
Saturdays 7AM to 12:45PM.
344 SHERMAN AVE. N. HAMILTON, ONTARIO.
289 639 9540
Budget Iron & Metal’s scrap yard is in the heart of Hamilton’s industrial area. A meticulously restored 1911 Hamilton Hydro Electric building is home to our scale house and offices. The 6 acre yard is designed for quick and easy access, and no waiting. Come on in and sell us your scrap.