Three years ago Dan Brown had an idea. He wanted to collect metal and keep it out of the waste stream. A year later he turned his idea into Metal Recovery Systems of Princeton. He can help you recycle and recover metal goods so that they do not end up in the trash.
Dan personally comes to your home or business to recover, recycle, and reuse the metal you find while doing projects from cleaning out your garage to major demolition. He will remove the metal products that otherwise would end up in a dumpster. As dumpster fees are based on weight, Dan’s services save you money.
Common items for pick up include electrical wires, metal pipes, appliances, lawn mowers, computers, phones, and electronic gadgets. Dan will pick up anything with any metal in it, even items that include plastic. A golf cart, old trophies, and decorative masks are among the rarer items. He takes the metal and brings it to a scrap metal location for proper disposal. This planet-friendly, greenhouse gas-reducing efficiency allows for tremendous reductions in carbon emissions when compared to recovering metals further down the waste stream. It is just one more example of Smart Sustainability in action.
Dan arranges pick up within 24 hours of a request. He will travel anywhere in Princeton for any amount of metal. For further distances, he asks for a nominal fee for gas, and a larger amount to collect. He travels all over Mercer County, up to Somerville and down to Trenton. He can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 609-577-2396 to discuss the particulars and to arrange pick up.
Much of his business is repeat customers and ones who refer him to new customers. “I am an environmentally friendly enterprise.” Dan wants all metal to find a new life. Maybe a car door will become a frying pan.
Not everything he collects ends up in a scrap metal yard. “Some things I take further,” says Dan. “I work with local demolition groups. They tell me what they want, and if I find something in good condition, I sell it to them for a nominal price, for what I would get in scrap value.”
When in doubt about the material or the distance, call Dan Brown. If he cannot help you, he knows people all over who might be able to collect your metal and keep it out of the landfill.
Metal Recovery Systems, 6 Humbert Lane, Suite 101, Princeton. www.metalreco.com. 609-577-2396. email@example.com.