SA Recycling has recently opened a new scrap recycling facility in Santa Maria, Calif. According to the company, the new facility will accept all types of ferrous and nonferrous scrap.
“We’re delighted to mark the debut of our newest recycling center in Santa Maria and hope to inspire local residents to take a look around their homes and property for any old scrap metal items, as doing so may earn them big dollars on the spot,” says George Adams, president of SA Recycling.
“We are taking recycling to a new level by accepting not only aluminum cans, which most people associate with the recycling movement, but to also include all metal items that might be lying around their houses,” adds Adams, referring initially to the Santa Maria location’s status as a California Redemption Value (CRV) aluminum can and plastic and glass bottle collection facility.
Orange, Calif.-based SA Recycling has more than 50 locations in the southwestern United States.