Tag Archives: iron & metal

Iron & steel scrap, also referred to as ferrous material, can come to a scrapyard from end of life products or as waste from the manufacturing process. Ferrous metals and alloys contain iron; non-ferrous materials do not. But it’s not so … Continue reading

Nonferrous metals, including aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, tin, zinc and others, are among the few materials that do not degrade or lose their chemical or physical properties in the recycling process.

NEW WAYFINDER SIGNS We at TT&E Iron and Metal are extremely excited to announce our new wayfinder signs! In our quest to provide the best customer service experience, we have now made it even easier to scrap for cash! So bring … Continue reading

TT&E Iron & Metal is proud to once again be a primary sponsor of the Shop-With-A-Cop event.

TT&E Iron & Metal, Inc. has a state-of-the-art scrap metal recycling facility that has paved the way for recycling within it’s community. Since 1975, we have offered a variety of services for companies as well as individuals.

TT&E’s Holiday Schedule for Thanksgiving: CLOSED – Thursday 27th  OPEN – Friday 28th and Saturday 29th Hopefully, Thanksgiving is a day to slow down for a few hours, join hands with our family and friends, and truly reflect on how blessed we are. … Continue reading

Friendly reminder to turn your clocks back on Sunday, November 2nd – 2:00 AM. Fun Facts About Daylight Saving Time: Sunday, November 2, 2014 – Daylight Saving Time will end at 2 am. Set clocks back one hour.

Below are a few things to remember while visiting our facility to recycle your scrap metal. For your safety and that of other customers, please follow all TT&E Iron & Metal, Inc. guidelines and restrictions.

Copper is a 100% recyclable metal. Recycling copper means saving 85% of the energy needed to produce the primary metal.

National Manufacturing Day Highlights Importance of Recycling to U.S. Economy The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) joined in the nationwide celebration of National Manufacturing Day, which was held on October 3, 2014, by highlighting the many positive economic contributions … Continue reading