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Green Recycling of Automotive Parts

If you’ve been driving the same car for over a decade then it may be time to buy a new set of wheels. There are lots of new models on the market and they offer you everything you could possibly want or need. Whether you choose a diesel, fully electric vehicle like Tesla (with 0 tailpipe emissions), or a hybrid, the latest technology can save you money and help reduce your environmental impact. Even if you need a sports car, an SUV, or just a regular sedan that can park itself, like the new Audi CES, you can find one that’s perfect for you.

But just because you’re going to be driving home a brand new vehicle doesn’t mean you should just leave your old one in the garage to rust. You can consider recycling your used car in an environmentally friendly way and a junk yard would be a great place to start.

Used automotive parts are still valuable in the market. In fact, 85% of your vehicle’s automotive parts can be recycled.

Take a look at the following car parts which you can still resell:

1. Used engine oil
2. Oil filters
3. Auto glass
4. Engines and transmissions
5. Scrap metal including rims, door handle, etc
6. Tires
7. Batteries
8. Starters and alternators
9. Water pumps
10. Dashboards, bumpers, gas tanks and other plastic materials
11. Rubber hoses
12. Belts
13. Mats and carpets

Taking out automotive parts from your old vehicle may require some skill and knowledge. Keep in mind that your car may contain hazardous materials which you need to handle with care. It may be a good idea to simply let the experts dismantle your vehicle for you and then buy the parts from you or you can re-sell it to interested buyers.

More and more people are now keen on adapting green methods to dispose of their old vehicles. In fact, by 2015 it’s expected that as much as 95% of all scrapped automobiles will be recycled and its parts reused. In so doing, you will not only be making money, you are also doing your part in helping the environment.
About URSI

Universal Recycling & Scrap Iron Corp is a specialist in the recycling business and can handle all types of scrap metals from non-ferrous to ferrous, alloys and exotic metals and computer and electronic scrap.
 
Universal Recycling & Scrap Iron Corp
23 Double Trouble Road
Bayville, NJ 08721
877.SCRAP.80
732.349.0112 or 732.505.0800
Website: http://universalrecyclinggroup.com
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Plastic Bags, Recycling and the Environmental Impact

California banned single use plastic bags in grocery and convenience stores in legislature signed by Governor Jerry Brown, this law should take effect in July 2015.  This is a great milestone for environmentalists but of course SB270 will be fought by plastic bag manufacturers who will seek to repeal the law.

So let's talk very briefly about the history of plastic and plastic bags in general. According to wiki, plastics are usually synthetic and being made from petro chemicals. The first synthetic polymer was invented in 1869 by John Wesley Hyatt who was motivated by a NY firm who was offering a fee to anyone who could come up with a substitute for Ivory. So the invention was touted and embraced by the community as helping to save animals and people could use it in a variety of ways.

Since the post war era the environmental aspects have changed and I have read various statistics that each year between 5 million and 1 trillion plastic bags are used across the world each year and According to the EPA plastic makes up to about 13% of the municipal solid waste stream which is a 12% increase since the 1960s.

The statistics can be staggering and a bit depressing, but at Universal Recycling we want to educate and inspire you to make a difference. Lots of plastics can be recycled into products like carpeting, backyard decking materials and even new plastic bottles and bags. Proper recycling is more important than ever and most grocery stores and big box stores now have bins for your used plastic bags, newspaper bags, dry cleaning bags, produce bags even the plastic wrap found when you buy a case of water.

So recycle your plastics, your ferrous and non ferrous metals, your used motor oil. Think green when you recycle cause you can save the planet and think green when you bring us your electronic motors, aluminum and brass, lead batteries as well as industrial scrap metals. You can add green to your wallet and feel good about your contribution to the environment.

About URSI

Universal Recycling & Scrap Iron Corp is a specialist in the recycling business and can handle all types of scrap metals from non-ferrous to ferrous, alloys and exotic metals and computer and electronic scrap.
 
Universal Recycling & Scrap Iron Corp
23 Double Trouble Road
Bayville, NJ 08721
877.SCRAP.80
732.349.0112 or 732.505.0800
Website: http://universalrecyclinggroup.com
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Getting Rid of Your Junk Car, Truck or Automobile

I remember years ago when I wanted to get rid of an older junk automobile that I owned, it cost me $50.00 and I had to bring the car to the junk yard myself. Things have certainly changed for the better now that people are more conscience of recycling. 

At Universal Recycling & Scrap Iron you can either drive your old vehicle into the scrap yard or call at 1-877-SCRAP-80. Towing is often free, in certain cases within 20 miles of the facility. URSI pays anywhere from $300 to $1,000 for your scrap vehicle. Currently they are paying $8.00 for every 100 lbs. that your vehicle weighs, and they pay you in cash.

So what do you need in order to scrap your vehicle: First and foremost you will need the title to the vehicle reflecting your name as the titled owner, as well as your driver’s license or other government issued picture identification.  

Upon arrival, your vehicle is weighed on our drive on “big scale” which has a digital read out for you to see the weight of your vehicle. Once weighed, you are instructed on where to park the vehicle and also reminded to collect any remaining personal belongings including license plates, EZ Pass, etc. 

While you are turning in the title, getting set up with a customer number and being paid, your vehicle is undergoing an evaluation process.  Our experienced staff reviews all aspects of the vehicle to determine whether it is saved and “parted out” for sale of used auto parts or is simply scrap metal.

Once the determination is made all vehicles are brought to our “Detox” area. The vehicle is hoisted up so fluids, including but not limited to; gasoline, transmission fluid, oil and anti-freeze can be drained and properly recycled. 

The fluids for recycling are stored in 55 gallon drums and picked up every week by a local waste fluid recycling company.  Often, the gasoline and waste oils are brought to refineries where they are recycled to make new, usable engine oils and gasoline.

Once completely drained and vehicle was determined be scrapped, the engine, battery, radiator, tires and catalytic converter are removed for further recycling.  After the car is completely stripped it is loaded into a trailer and shipped to a mill for scrap metal recycling.

Once completely drained and vehicle was determined to be “parted out”, it is brought over to our inventory area where the car receives an identification number and all of the sale-able parts are entered into our inventory system for fast and efficient locating.

So when junking your vehicle, keep us in mind and bring it to us or call us at Universal Recycling & Scrap Iron Corp., where we take all measures in recycling your vehicle in the most environmentally friendly manner.

Universal Recycling Group
23 Double Trouble Road
Bayville, NJ 08721
Phone: 732.349.0112
Web: http://www.universalrecyclinggroup.com
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Waste Oil and Fuel Recycling

At Universal Recycling & Scrap Iron Corp. we exercise extreme caution when it comes to handling our waste oil and fuel. Especially being located in the heart of  The Pine Barrens, less than a mile away from Double Trouble State Park. The park's wilderness provides a unique insight into the Pine Barrens ecosystem in which we share. The Double Trouble Historic Village was originally a cranberry farm and packing plant. The village consists of cranberry bogs and fourteen restored historic structures dating from the late 19th century through the early 20th century. Cedar Creek that runs through the park leads to the mouth of the Barnegat Bay. Cedar Creek provides the water needed for cranberry culture and provides a source of water for wildlife.

With an extensive understanding of the waste oil and fuel recycling process and the adverse affects of not doing so, we adhere to strict policies and procedures during this process. All oils and fuels are recycled in accordance with local, state and federal regulations.

We keep our machinery, equipment, containers and tanks in good working condition and are always very careful when transferring used motor oil and fuel to our tanks for recycling. Having spill kits and clean-up materials, such as rags or sand, readily available aids us in containing any accidental spills.

It is unfortunate, but oil and fuel spills do happen. When they do and absorbent materials or products are used to clean it up, those oil-contaminated solids must also be disposed of properly.

According to the National Oil Recyclers Association, over 2 billion gallons of used oil are generated each year. Approximately 800 million gallons are recycled through a managed energy recovery system and approximately 500 million gallons are improperly discarded. One gallon of oil that has been improperly disposed of has the potential to contaminate one million gallons of fresh water.

Universal Recycling Group
23 Double Trouble Road
Bayville, NJ 08721
877-SCRAP-80
http://universalrecyclinggroup.com/
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Understanding Commodities and Scrap Metal Prices

Scrap metal pricing has many varying factors.  It is a constant “tug of war” with pricing related to non ferrous materials such as copper, aluminum and brass.  

A majority of the market is driven by supply and demand, nationally and internationally.  The bulk of commodity trading being done in the United States, with the two main exchanges being located in New York and Chicago.

Other countries like China, India, Dubai and Saudi Arabia become big importers of non ferrous materials.  When there are “building booms” in these countries it causes a higher demand for material, in turn driving the scrap metal prices up.  

Understand supply and demand:
The law of demands position is that when the price of a commodity rises, the demand for that commodity will fall. The law of supplies position is that when prices of a good or service rise, manufacturers are more willing to supply that product, so the price of that particular good or service and its supply in the market are positively affected.

The rate of growth in the economy has a tremendous influence on the scrap market.  With exponential growth come high cost and demand and short supply. However, when the economy is slow there is an abundance of material causing prices to drop again.

The value of the US dollar has a significant impact on scrap metal trading.  The rise and fall of the US dollar will drive supply and demand.  If supply and demand are in perfect balance (assuming no other factors affect the price), commodities prices would go nowhere.

Unfortunately, natural disasters also play an important role in commodity trading in our country and others.  When there is a need for rebuilding it puts metal in short supply and the scrap prices on the quick rise.  

At Universal Recycling Group we know that keeping an eye on Scrap Metal Prices can be tedious and overwhelming at times and that is why we are here to answer your questions and share our knowledge of the business. Please feel free to contact us for current daily prices or if you have any questions that we can answer for you. Happy Scrapping!

Universal Recycling Group
23 Double Trouble Road
Bayville, NJ 08721
732.349.0112 or 732.505.0800
http://universalrecyclinggroup.com

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This is great! Thanks for your example. Metal recycling is a big industry that needs to be utilized more! Keep up the good work! That is just awesome!
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Current Scrap Metal Prices, Bayville NJ
Please see below for current pricing as of Friday, 3/21/2014.

#1 Copper  $2.43 per lb.
#2 Copper  $2.19 per lb.
Yellow Brass  $1.64 per lb.
Irony Aluminum  $0.09 per lb.
Electric Motors  $0.19 per lb.
Sealed Units  $0.17 per lb.
Aluminum O/S  $0.53 per lb.
Car Batteries  $0.22 per lb.
#1 Prepared  $10.00 per 100 lbs.
#1 Unprepared  $9.00 per 100 lbs.

Please call us for information or daily prices or come visit us a Universal Recycling & Scrap Iron for all your scrap metal, junk car and trucks and/or used auto parts. 
 
Universal Recycling Group
23 Double Trouble Road
Bayville, NJ 08721
877.SCRAP.80
732.349.0112 or 732.505.0800
http://universalrecyclinggroup.com
 
Also check out our Demolition Company located in Bayville, NJ.
 
Universal Wrecking Corp.
170 Double Trouble Road
Bayville, NJ 08721
Phone: 732-864-1194
Toll Free: 866-585-3198
http://www.universalwrecking.com
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The History of Metal Recycling

Recycling was developed as a way to help the environment as well as for economic reasons. In fact, recycling has been in existence of thousands of years. In ancient times, people melted metal including swords, utensils, and pots. These were molded to create new items including coins, ornaments and statues.

When automobiles, structural steel and farming equipment were introduced to the world, it was not long after that people began recycling scrap metal. And this was how scrap yards started.
The idea of landfills was conceived during the 1940s. Although during World War I people already understood the significance of recycling and there were many organized recycling programs in the US and Europe, it was only during and after World War II (in the 40s and 50s) that scrap yards or scrapping depositories became available.

Scrap Yards Today

The history of scrapping metal is not so hard to figure out. There was a need for it during World War I and II and it continues to be a necessity today. Many scrap yards operate on a local level and vehicle owners whose cars are beyond repair would take their vehicle to a scrapping center instead of just abandoning them in the streets or leaving them to rot in their property.

Some scrap yards (like Universal Recycling Group) would offer to pick up the vehicle at no extra cost, and there are even those who would pay good money. They will then dismantle the vehicle, remove the scrap metal, melt them and then sell them to interested buyers.
When choosing a scrap yard, always check to see if they follow environmental regulations and they are authorized to operate in your area. Remember that the original purpose of scrapping and recycling was to help the environment, so taking a conscious effort to find an environmentally friendly scrapping service is a must.

About URSI

Universal Recycling & Scrap Iron Corp is a specialist in the recycling business and can handle all types of scrap metals from non-ferrous to ferrous, alloys and exotic metals and computer and electronic scrap.
 
Universal Recycling & Scrap Iron Corp
23 Double Trouble Road
Bayville, NJ 08721
877.SCRAP.80
732.349.0112 or 732.505.0800
Website: http://universalrecyclinggroup.com
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Copper Scrap Prices Today

 Universal Recycling Group - Providing the Current Price of Scrap Copper

Copper Scrap Prices        USD per LB
#1 Buss Bar                        $2.53
Bare Bright                          $2.53
#1 Copper                           $2.47
#2 Copper                           $2.29
Light Copper                       $2.19
Plated Copper                     $2.36
High Grade Wire 75%         $1.49
Reg Wire 50%-55%            $0.55
Low Grade Wire                  $0.23

At Universal Recycling Group we are here to answer your questions and share our knowledge of the business. Please feel free to contact us for current daily prices or if you have any questions that we can answer for you. Happy Scrapping!

Universal Recycling Group
23 Double Trouble Road
Bayville, NJ 08721
Phone: 732.349.0112
Web: http://www.universalrecyclinggroup.com
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URSI purchases Scrap Cars, Junk Cars and Vehicles

Universal Recycling & Scrap Iron is a full service recycling facility that purchases junk cars, scrap cars, wrecked cars, as well as junk trucks and other vehicles.  We pay some of the highest prices for junk and scrap vehicles and we offer two ways you can get money for scrapping these with us.

OPTION 1 - bring your junk or scrap car to our recycling yard in Bayville, NJ and we will pay you cash on the spot.

OPTION 2 - you can call us at 1 877 SCRAP 80 (1-877-727-2780) and we can arrange for pickup of your scrap or junk vehicle at your house, business or yard.  Just call us with the make and model and where you are located and we will tell you how much we can pay and when we can pickup at your location.  The driver will arrive and pay you cash for the vehicle and then remove from your location - IT'S THAT SIMPLE!
We pickup junk cars throughout the State of New Jersey.  If you have larger quantities of junk cars, please call us to discuss better pricing as well as our onsite car crushing services.

Universal Recycling & Scrap Iron Corp
23 Double Trouble Road
Bayville, NJ 08721
877.SCRAP.80
732.349.0112 or 732.505.0800
website: http://www.universalrecyclinggroup.com
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Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Recycling

Greenhouse gases act like a blanket around Earth, trapping energy in the atmosphere and causing it to warm.  This phenomenon is called the “greenhouse effect” and is natural and necessary to support life on Earth.  However, the buildup of greenhouses gases can change Earth’s climate and result in dangerous effects to human health and welfare and to ecosystems.  

Over the past century, human activities have released large amounts of carbon dioxide and other greenhouses gases into the atmosphere.  Burning fossil fuels such as natural gas, coal, oil and gasoline raises the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and carbon dioxide is a major contributor to the greenhouse gas effect and global warming.

You can take action! We can all help to reduce the demand for fossil fuels, which in turn reduces global warming, by using energy more wisely.  You can take steps at home, on the road and in your office to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and the risks associated with climate change.  The following suggestions can even save you money and improve your health.

-    Use less heat and air conditioning
Setting your thermostat just 2 degrees lower in the winter and higher in the summer could save about 2,000 lbs. of carbon dioxide each year.

-    Replace your light bulbs
Replacing just one 60 watt regular light bulb with a compact florescent light (CFL) bulb, will save you $30.00 over the life of the bulb

-    Drive less and drive smart
Less driving means fewer emissions.  Besides saving gasoline, walking and biking are great forms of exercise.

-    Use less hot water
Set your water heater at 120 degrees to save energy.  Buy low-flow shower heads to save hot water and about 350 lbs. of carbon dioxide annually.

-    Use the “off switch”
Save electricity and reduce global warming by turning off lights when you leave a room and using only as much light as you need.  

-    Contact your utility company
Many utility companies provide free home energy audits to help consumers identify areas in their homes that may not be energy efficient.  In addition, many companies offer incentive and rebate programs.

-    Plant a tree
Trees absorb carbon dioxide and give off oxygen.  A single tree will absorb approximately 1 ton of carbon dioxide during its lifetime.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle - We have all heard the catchy phrase, however by recycling half of your household waste you can save 2,400 lbs. of carbon dioxide annually. Most people will recycle their junk mail, plastic bottles, alunimun cans and might even buy reusable bags to take to the grocery store, but why not go a step further?

Universal Recycling and Scrap Iron wants you to think outside the box. When it comes time to discard an item, take a moment and think about the posibility of recycling it, you can recycle so much more than you think. Recycle the old washing machine, dryer, stove, refrigerator, wire, wrought iron, car battery or take the entire car to the junk yard.

Don’t forget about household batteries, electronics, computer hardware, alunimum gutters or an aluminum boat. Did you know that lighting ballasts have copper inside? What about your broken christmas lights, plumbing pipes, that old stainless steel sink, pots and pans, metal door knobs or even an old bicycle chain. If you are unsure if an item can be recycled, give us a call at URSI and we will be happy to discuss it with you.

Now that you know some ways you can reduce greenhouse gas emissions, remember to always encourage others to conserve. Sharing information about recycling and energy conservation with your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers can have an extreme impact on reducing global warming.  Our decisions today will shape the world our children and grandchildren will live in.

Universal Recycling Group
23 Double Trouble Road
Bayville, NJ 08721
732.349.0112 or 732.505.0800
http://universalrecyclinggroup.com

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Scrap Metal Container Services

Universal Recycling & Scrap Iron Corp. has been offering scrap metal container services throughout Ocean, Monmouth, Middlesex, Burlington, Camden and Gloucester Counties for the past 3 years. Our customers range from smaller scrap yards, auto repair shops, contractors in numerous fields and the general public.

Whether it is a job clean up or house clean out, we can accommodate all your scrap metal recycling needs.  We offer 20, 30 and 40 yard containers delivered within 24 hours, if not sooner, of your call. Pricing is determined on the desired destination of the container and is provided within minutes upon your inquiry.
 
In addition to our roll off container service, we offer various types of standard and over dimensional local and regional hauling. We are equipped with a fleet of four trucks that also include; flat beds, step decks, low boy, reefer and van trailers.

Our experienced dispatchers coordinate closely with our drivers to ensure delivery or pick up in a timely manner. Most importantly, our trained and experienced drivers strictly adhere to our company safety policies as well as, all state and federal safety rules and regulations.
 
Not sure what size container you may need or exactly what commodities of metal you have? Just call and at no cost a representative will be scheduled to come to you, asses your material and determine the best plan of action for removal.

Call Jennifer at 1-877-SCRAP-80 extension 201 for pricing and container availability.
Call Don at 1-877-SCRAP-80 extension 200 for all other hauling services.

Universal Recycling Group
23 Double Trouble Road
Bayville, NJ 08721
732.349.0112 or 732.505.0800
http://universalrecyclinggroup.com
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Recycle your Car Batteries and Remove Lead from the Environment.

We at URSI get batteries in several different ways. Customers bring in used batteries and we currently pay .25 cents per LB.

We get them from automotive shops, marinas, and commercial companies, who have numerous vehicles in their fleet. We also get them from internet companies who use these batteries for powering machinery and computers.

When people scrap their cars, most times they leave the battery in the car. We then remove the batteries, put them on pallets and ship off to major lead recycling companies.

Lead–acid battery recycling is one of the most successful recycling programs in the world. In the United States 97% of all battery lead was recycled between 1997 and 2001. An effective pollution control system is a necessity to prevent lead emission. Continuous improvement in battery recycling plants and furnace designs is required to keep pace with emission standards for lead smelters.

An average car battery weighs 39 pounds, more than half of which is lead. A truck battery weighs 53 pounds, on average, and a motorcycle battery weighs 9.5 pounds.

Scrap Yards pay good money for your old junk and scrap metals. A lot of homeowners feel intimidated to bring their items to scrap yards but did you know that around 75% of the customers who recycle at a scrap yard are homeowners and not professional metal recyclers!

So call us or better yet come in to Universal Recycling Group in Bayville, NJ.

Universal Recycling Group
23 Double Trouble Road
Bayville, NJ 08721
877.SCRAP.80
732.349.0112 or 732.505.0800
http://universalrecyclinggroup.com

Also check out our Demolition Company located in Bayville, NJ.

Universal Wrecking Corp.
170 Double Trouble Road
Bayville, NJ 08721
Phone: 732-864-1194
Toll Free: 866-585-3198
http://www.universalwrecking.com

We are an expert building demolition contractor and scrap metal recycling company that operates throughout the United States. We have the experienced and safety trained personnel, demolition and recycling equipment and the technical expertise to handle standard or very technical wrecking and rigging projects.
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Universal Recycling & Scrap Iron Corp. (URSI) is a family owned business with a motto of "Integrity and Honesty". When you deal with URSI you will understand why so many other customers have become loyal clients. We deal fairly on our scrap metal transactions and work with our customers to properly grade, weigh and pay you for your recycling materials. We also conduct all our recycling operations in a safe, professional and environmentally friendly manner.
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Universal Recycling & Scrap Iron Corp provides scrap metal recycling services and can handle all types of metals from non-ferrous to ferrous, alloys and exotic metals and computer and electronic scrap. They also handle junk cars and provide container service
Universal Recycling & Scrap Iron Corp. (URSI) is a family owned business with a motto of "Integrity and Honesty". When you deal with URSI you will understand why so many other customers have become loyal clients. We deal fairly on our scrap metal transactions and work with our customers to properly grade, weigh and pay you for your recycling materials. We also conduct all our recycling operations in a safe, professional and environmentally friendly manner.
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