Tag Archives: metal

How sharp is your scrap metal knowledge? Even the most seasoned scrappers can be stumped! In the spirit of school starting back up, we thought it would be fun to test your scrap know-how. Maybe you already know it all, … Continue reading

The ISRI Convention and Expo is the world’s largest scrap recycling industry convention and tradeshow. This year’s host city is Las Vegas, Nevada. Beginning on April 2 through April 7, five days will be full of top-notch advice, tips, knowledge … Continue reading

In Memory We lost one of our employees of 8 years to massive heart failure on Wednesday, January 6, 2016. Mario Anderson was a valued employee of TT&E.   We are all incredibly sad to lose him and will miss his … Continue reading

Commonly referred to as ‘Doctor Copper,’ this metal is the best indicator of global economic health. And the doc isn’t feeling so hot lately. Using current weekly copper charts, there’s an indication of a downward projection for copper prices. According … Continue reading

This month in history: February 1878 Western mining interests and farmers strongly supported the Bland-Allison Act, providing a return to the minting of silver coins.

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

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.

The scrap metal industry is a multi-billion-dollar “Made In America” success story. Scrap recycling boosts economies ranging from small town America to major cities.