Multi-Material Industrial Metal Recycling Plant in Dallas, TX

For quality service and best prices on scrap metal recycling in Dallas, Texas Recycling is the one to call.  

We’ve been providing environmentally-friendly scrap metal recycling for individuals and companies in Dallas and the surrounding communities since 1992.


Whether you’re interested in recycling household items or a truckload of scrap metal, we can provide a solution that meets your needs.
We’re a third-generation, family-owned and operated scrap metal recycling company, dedicated to offering our customers the best prices and personalized attention that’s second to none.
We pay top market prices for your ferrous and nonferrous scrap metals.

Call 214-357-0262 for Current Scrap Metal Prices

Ferrous and Nonferrous Scrap Metal Recycling in Dallas

Ferrous Metal Recycling in Dallas
The term “ferrous” is derived from the Latin word ferrum which means “containing iron.” Ferrous metals contain small amounts of elements including carbon and nickel which give them a high tensile strength and in most cases gives them magnetic properties.

Ferrous metals include:

Low-carbon steel:  This type of ferrous metal is fairly malleable and is used in the manufacture of nuts, bolts, screws, construction girders and a number of other common metal products

Medium-carbon steel: Less malleable than low-carbon steel, it is frequently used to manufacture a variety of automotive parts including gears, axles and crankshafts

High-carbon steel:  Frequently used in the manufacture of springs, high-strength wire and blades, it is the strongest and hardest of all carbon steels and contains small amounts of silicon, manganese, copper and silicon.

Tool steel:  Also known as “die steel”, this type of ferrous metal resists heat, abrasion and corrosion.  It is commonly used to manufacture machine parts, dies and cutting tools as well as injection molded items

Cast iron: This strong but brittle ferrous metal resists corrosion and oxidation and is used in the manufacture of a variety of household and lawn and garden items. 

Wrought iron: Strong and ductile, at one time this type of recyclable metal was commonly used to manufacture wire, nails, farm, lawn and garden equipment. Wrought iron is no longer commercially produced in the U.S.—replaced by milled steel.

Nonferrous Metal Recycling in Dallas
Nonferrous metals do not contain iron and are therefore not magnetic and not susceptible to corrosion. Nonferrous metals include a number of naturally occurring and alloys that make them ideal for use in the manufacture of a wide variety of construction, automotive and household items including:
• Aluminum cans and containers
• Lead plumbing parts
• Copper tubing
• Zinc
• Nickle
• Tin
• Titanium
• Manganese
• Beryllium
• Precious metals like silver, gold and platinum
Benefits of Scrap Metal Recycling
Scrap metal recycling isn’t just good for your bottom line. It also helps protect the environment and contributes to the local and global economy. As a family-owned and operated scrap metal recycling company, we’re committed to protecting the environment for future generations.
Every year, our scrap metal recycling operations keep hundreds of tons of scrap metal from being disposed of in local landfills where they can pose a threat to our air quality and groundwater.
We also provide good paying jobs to upwards of 65 employees and contribute donations each year to local charities and civic organizations like Habitat for Humanity.
Call 214-357-0262 today to learn more about our scrap metal recycling services in Dallas and the Greater DFW area.
Interesting Scrap Metal Recycling Facts
• The U.S. scrap recycling industry supports nearly 460,000 jobs in the U.S. generated more than $90 billion in economic activity and $10.3 billion in tax revenue in 2011.
• Every ton of recycled scrap steel eliminates the need for 2,500 pounds of iron ore, 1,400 pounds of coal and 120 pounds of limestone
• Enough energy is saved by recycling seven steel cans to power a 60 watt light bulb for more than 24 hours
• An estimated 36 billion aluminum cans with a scrap value of approximately $600 million were disposed of in U.S. landfills last year
• Every ton of recycled scrap steel saves more than 80% of the CO2 emissions produced when making steel from virgin iron ore


We Offer Industrial Accounts for Companies with Ongoing Large Quantity Scrap Metal Recycling Needs*

For pricing, pick-up or drop-off, please give us a call at 214-357-0262.

*Some restrictions apply.  •  SE HABLA ESPAÑOL.  •  Clean unloading area.

We also offer drop-off services at our 203,000+ square foot scrap metal recycling facility near Fair Park in Dallas.  Our friendly, knowledgeable staff will unload and sort your items to ensure you get the best price possible for your scrap metals. Click here to view our hours of operation and a map of our location near Downtown Dallas.