Berman Brothers & Rubin Iron Works

Berman Brothers
Rubin Iron Works: Established 1914

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How Much is Scrap Metal Worth in Jacksonville?

Scrap metal recycling is one of the biggest sectors of the recycling industry. It is also a great way to make some extra cash. If you live in Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Fleming Island, or any other parts of northeast Florida, it could be very beneficial to look into scrap metal recycling. Berman Brothers is the premier scrap recycling center in northern Florida and southern Georgia, offering the best price per pound for your scrap metal.

What are metal prices per pound?

Metal, lead and brass recycling are priced per pound, not by piece. Berman Brothers will purchase aluminum, brass, copper, iron, lead, nickel alloys, stainless steel and other scrap metal from the public at competitive pricing. If you’re looking for our metal price per pound, brass price per pound, or any other scrap or brass recycling price, we host current pricing on our website. While we do our best to update frequently, please contact us for the most current pricing.

How do I recycle scrap metal in Jacksonville?

To participate in metal recycling with Berman Brothers, Jacksonville-area residents can drop off recyclable materials at our recycling facility at 2500 Evergreen Avenue. For large loads, Berman Brothers can drop off and pick up industrial roll-off containers. Public recycling pricing differs from industrial or volume pricing, so please contact us for a volume scrap metal pricing quote.

Is Berman Brothers a metal recycling center?

While Berman Brothers does recycle more than 100 million pounds of scrap metal annually at our Jacksonville facility, we are also a leader in new metal sales. Berman Brothers is the largest stocking distributor of carbon structural steel, stainless steel and aluminum in the Southeast. We offer low minimum orders for both pick-up or for free local delivery.

How do I know if my scrap metal is recyclable?

There are two main categories of metal in the recycling industry: ferrous and non-ferrous. To determine if you have a ferrous (like steel or iron) or non-ferrous metal, use a magnet. If a magnet sticks to your metal, it is ferrous. Luckily, both ferrous and non-ferrous metals (like aluminum, brass and copper.)

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