Sadoff Breaks Ground on New Facility

Sadoff Breaks Ground on New Facility

Company will open its new Lincoln, Neb., location by the third quarter of 2013.

March 12, 2013
Recycling Today Staff

The scrap metal firm Sadoff Iron & Metal Co., headquartered in Fond Du Lac, Wis., recently held an official groundbreaking for its newest scrap metal recycling facility, which will be in Lincoln, Neb.

In attendance at the ceremony were representatives from the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce, Lincoln Airport Authority, David Design Firm, Sampson Construction and Arnold Heights Neighborhood Association, Lincoln Mayor Chris Beutler and Sheldon Lasky, Mark Lasky, John Eide, Steve Napoleone, Dave Noell and Laci Arnold from Sadoff Iron.

The new, 13-acre scrap facility is set to open by October 2013. When fully operational, the facility will include a new nonferrous warehouse as well as new scrap processing capacity, which will allow the company to serve its current customers as well as offer new products into the market. The new facility is situated less than 2 miles from its current location.