Getting a jumpstart on spring cleaning? Clean out your garage and make money back on your old lawn and garden items when you recycle at Metro Recycling!
When you scrap your old car, truck, boat, or lawnmower, what happens to the battery? Lead acid batteries are 70% recyclable, so there’s a good chance your old battery will be recycled.
What better way is there to celebrate Valentine’s Day—and the whole month of love—than by showing your planet some love?
Do you ever wonder what happens to your scrap metals after you drop them off at a recycling center like Metro Recycling? Learn how your aluminum cans, copper pipes, and sheet iron are recycled and turned into something new
Did you know that scrap steel is the most recycled material in the world?
If your New Year’s resolution is to help the environment, here’s why you should consider recycling.
The stockings are no longer hung with care, family has come and gone, presents are unwrapped, and the wrapping paper is scattered everywhere. What to do with all your leftover holiday trimmings: wrapping paper, boxes, packing materials, and your artificial Christmas tree?
Everyone knows recycling helps safeguard the environment. But did you know it helps the economy, too?
It’s almost time to host holiday gatherings and parties. All is merry and bright—until you realize you could be throwing cash in the trash!
The average person produces 4.40 pounds of household waste every day. Christmas lights, house wires, and phone wires are a plentiful source of copper that can be recycled.