DO YOU HAVE FERROUS OR NON-FERROUS METALS?

Ferrous: Steel

 If the metal sticks to the magnet, your metal is iron, which means it is a Ferrous Metal. 

Non-Ferrous: Aluminum, Brass, Copper, Stainless

If the metal doesn't stick to the magnet, you have a Non-Ferrous metal. 

WHERE TO TAKE FERROUS METALS

Step 1: Drive to Ferrous truck scale

If you have a big steel load or cars you will first need to drive onto the ferrous truck scale. 

Step 2: Get your gross weight

 The ferrous truck scale operator will get your gross weight then instruct you where to go from there. Your gross weight will be displayed so you can view your weight. 

Step 3: Unload scrap metal

You will unload all steel you have in the steel yard. Be sure to keep all people in your vehicle when you leave so your tare weight will be correct. 

Step 4: Get your tare weight

Drive back to the ferrous truck scale to get your tare weight. If you have other metals you will go to the Non-Ferrous building before completing next step.

Step 5: Get Paid!

If you are a new customer you will need your drivers license at the pay window. If you are not just tell the secretary your name to get paid. 

WHERE TO TAKE NON-FERROUS METALS

Step 1: Go to Non-Ferrous buying building

Anything other then steel will come here. This is the destination all your Non-Ferrous metals will be bought. 

Step 2: Separate metals

Separate metals into containers to make metals easier to scale. If you need help sorting ask scale operator for assistance. 

Step 3: Weigh metals on Non-Ferrous scale

All metals will be separated and weighed accordingly to assure you get the most out of your material. After weighing everything the scale operator will then need your drivers license. 

Step 4: Get Paid!

 If you are a new customer you will need your drivers license at the pay window. If you are not just tell the secretary your name to get paid.