SA Recycling was featured on ABC’s Channel 13 in Las Vegas. Click here to see!
The Aluminum Association, Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI) and Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) announced that the United States rate for aluminum cans has reached 58.1% of all cans recycled, the highest level in the past eleven years. Close to… Read More
What exactly is scrap metal? Scrap metal is bits and pieces of metal that are not in use or discarded and then collected. Scrap metal includes ferrous material (think Iron & Steel) and non-ferrous (think Aluminum, Copper, Brass). These materials… Read More
Our President, George Adams, made a live radio appearance today, Friday, June 24th at 9:30 AM on KFWB AM 980. George was interviewed by Bob McCormick, the host of the popular radio show “Money 101”, assisted by longtime KFWB newsman Ron… Read More
Monday, June 27, 2011 – 12 men and women of the United States Coast Guard visited SA Recycling’s Port of LA facility. The tour, led by Captain of the Port Roger Laferriere and Captain Jenkins was certainly a planned visit to… Read More
George Adams, President of SA Recycling, speaks to Steel Orbis about the past, present and future business of scrap metal. To read the full article, click here.
Wednesday, June 15th Long Beach Harbor Commissioner Mr. Thomas Fields and Executive Assistant Dr. Noel Hacegaba made a visit to SA Long Beach. The tour started with an overview of the company and our facility from the upstairs office and… Read More
On June 16th, the fifth graders of Long Beach Unified Elementary schools took time from their graduation ceremony to acknowledge SA Recycling. The fifth graders honored SA Recycling’s willingness to help them in their efforts to launch a recycling program for their… Read More
Saturday, May 21 marked the day the world renowned San Pedro Cabrillo Marine Aquarium honored SA Recycling as the recipient of their 2011 Grand Grunion Gala Leadership Award. This award has been given to companies that show community involvement while… Read More
With a dire need to constantly create efficient green energy alternatives to sustain the world’s population and ecosystems, hybrid cars and solar panels only comprise of the surface of the colossal green iceberg our society tends to focus on. The… Read More