By Paul Ploumis 10 Aug 2015 Last updated at 05:49:21 GMT
FOND DU LAC (Scrap Monster): Fond du Lac, Wisconsin-headquartered Sadoff Iron & Metal has announced to offer electronics recycling at its facilities in Wisconsin and Nebraska. The recycler has also decided to reopen its Oshkosh, Wisconsin recycling facility.
The Oshkosh scrap metal facility is scheduled to open today. The facility will feature the first drive-through scrap recycling service in the city. Smaller vehicles will be able to drive through the entire building, safe from recycling transactions. Customers will also receive instant visual weight confirmation for the dropped materials.
The reopening of the facility located at 36 E. 10th Ave. in Oshkosh will help residents to recycle variety of materials including scrap metals. According to Jason Lasky, Vice President, Sadoff Iron & Metal the reopened facility guarantees superior service and value to customers and also ensures safe and responsible recycling of collected recyclable items. The Oshkosh facility will be open 8AM to 5PM on weekdays and from 8AM to 12 NOON on Saturdays.
In addition, Sadoff also announced that all its eight facilities across Wisconsin and Nebraska will accept electronic scrap. The accepted items include computers, cellphones, memory chips, keyboards, circuit boards, hard drives and power cords. Customers will be paid for most of the electronic items dropped at these facilities. However, some items will not have financial reimbursement. Additionally, a disposal fee of 35 cents per pound will be charged on televisions.
Sadoff’s recycling facility at 478 E. Huron St. in Berlin will now be open from 8AM to 5PM Monday through Thursday, 8AM to 4PM on Friday and 8AM to 12 NOON on Saturdays.
Family owned and locally operated, Sadoff Iron & Metal is the preferred scrap metal recycling company with many customer-friendly scrap metal recycling centers in Wisconsin and Nebraska.