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  • Member Spotlight - SA Recycling

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    With a commitment to environmental sustainability, SA Recycling is helping our city and its residents conserve natural resources.


    HOW MANY EMPLOYEES DOES THE COMPANY HAVE AT THE MONTGOMERY LOCATION? We currently employ 12 people at our Montgomery facilities: Adam Phipps, General Manager; Jennifer Dunaway, Office Manager; Taylor Rutland, Zach Luster and Carlos Smith, Scale Operators; Shane Luster, Terry Thrash, David Sanders and Carl Messing, Truck Drivers; Francisco Vasquez and Adrian McWhorter, Equipment Operators; and Gustavo Corona, Torch Cutter.

    WHAT ARE SA RECYCLING’S PRIMARY PRODUCTS AND SERVICES? SA Recycling is a full-service ferrous and non-ferrous metal recycler and processor. Recognized as an industry leader in metal recycling, we operate more than 70 recycling facilities conveniently located throughout California, Texas, Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee.

    WHAT SETS SA RECYCLING APART FROM THE COMPETITION? We recognize the importance of protecting our planet’s natural resources. With the support of our customers, recycling reduces the need for mining, lowers production costs for metal manufacturers and helps deliver quality metal products throughout the world. This is all part of our strategic approach to intelligent resource management and re-use. Our facilities are designed with safety and efficiency in mind for both employees and customers. Our equipment is maintained and updated regularly and our scales are calibrated quarterly.

    WHAT IS THE COMPANY’S BUSINESS PHILOSOPHY? The mission of SA Recycling is to redefine the scrap metal industry to meet today’s challenges and tomorrow’s opportunities by being the industry leader in safety and environmental compliance, by building lasting customer relationships, by fostering professional growth for our employees, and by sharing our success with the community.

    ANY RECENT AWARDS? The Montgomery facility was recently awarded the most improved profitable yard in the region for the East Coast.
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