Non-Ferrous Metal Recycling

Work with the fastest-growing non-ferrous metal recycler in Chicago

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Capabilities

  • Two Non-Ferrous Balers
  • Aluminum Pucking Operation
  • Copper Wire Processing
  • Stationary and Mobile Shear
  • Material Analyzing Equipment
  • 250,000 sq. ft. Warehouse
  • 2,500,000+ lbs. per month
  • Barge, Class 1 Rail and Truck Transport
  • Company owned Barges and Rail Car

With our 250,000 sq. ft. warehouse and state-of-the-art equipment, we fit to recycle your non-ferrous metals. Our two non-ferrous balers allow us to bale up to 1 million pounds of aluminum and copper per month. We are also equipped with an aluminum pucking operation and copper wire processing equipment. Upon receipt, materials are identified using the latest technology of analyzing equipment to ensure accurate identification.

With barge, class 1 rail, and truck transport options, BL Duke has the capability to market and sell non-ferrous materials domestically or to export markets.  This gives BL Duke the ability to maximize the return on every grade of non-ferrous scrap metal purchased.

Non-Ferrous Metals We Recycle

We buy the following, but not limited to:

  • Non-Ferrous Metal Recycling
  • Metal Recycling Chicago
  • Niton Read
  • Brass Tube Recycling

Commonly Asked Questions

All loads are received and identified by our experienced team. Upon receipt, materials are identified using the latest technology of analyzing equipment to ensure accurate identification.

Niton Read

Primary aluminum are sheet and extrusion alloys. Typically prime aluminum grades are generated from service centers, metal stampers, and fabricating operations. Secondary aluminum grades are usually cast alloys or contaminated alloys, with ferrous or non-metallic attachment. Aluminum turnings are also considered secondary alloys.

Painted non-ferrous materials are typically worth less than clean materials. Primary aluminum that has been painted or has a plastic film is worth 5-20% less than unpainted aluminum scrap metals.

To ensure the highest value, non-ferrous material should always be kept separate from ferrous materials. Our team will fit your facility with the appropriate equipment to keep these materials segregated. See full list of equipment.

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