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Always Buying Scrap is resuming business with a new schedule and new safety plan during Phase 1 of Governor Roy Cooper’s plan to ease COVID-19 restrictions. The retail processing facility at 2210 Kate Street in Durham will operate from 8:00am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday and Saturday 8:00am to 11:30am starting Monday May 18th. Please check the Hours section of the site for any changes for holidays or other eventualities.

Customers can expect to see clean and sanitized hand washing area, and a hand sanitizing station at the payment center of the business. Owners Dave & Fran Rush are taking the responsibility of this re-open seriously with daily facility cleaning schedules and rules for the business. A supply of face masks will be available for employees and customers as well.

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If your facility is still hauling metal waste to a landfill, perhaps it’s time to consider working with Always Buying Scrap, which can manage the whole process and pay you at the same time. That’s right. Now you can turn an expense into a new revenue stream.

Thousands of manufacturers, industrial processors, maintenance facilities, machine shops, foundries, wholesale distributors, and utilities have already learned how easy and profitable this transition can be.

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You’ve heard the expression: “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” That’s certainly true in the scrap metal recycling business, and we work with nonprofit organizations every month to help them reap the rewards. If your nonprofit is looking for a creative way to raise funds and contribute to the environmental health of your community, recycling scrap metal could be an answer.

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Business NC adAlways Buying Scrap has begun a six-month long campaign to raise its visibility with businesses both locally and across the state. It wants to build partnerships and provide solutions to businesses that generate metal and convert that from a problem into a profit center for them.  The ad campaign in Business North Carolina shows one of its roll off container trucks.

Always Buying Scrap can work with companies to schedule a roll off container for a one-time pickup or for ongoing service.

Always Buying Scrap deals mainly with companies in the RTP area, but it does pick up further away as well, where volumes and other factors make it cost effective. If you are a company looking for a scrap metal removal service that can turn that waste into dollars, contact us.

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20170809 123910Always Buying Scrap provided a sponsorship to Independent Animal Rescue (IAR) in the Great Human Race in Durham. The run is the largest collaborative fundraising event in the Triangle, benefiting hundreds of nonprofits.  In its 22nd year, the Great Human Race is a five kilometre event that this year began and ended at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park.  Runners and walkers followed a route through the gentle hills of the Forest Hills neighborhood, with the last leg on the American Tobacco Trail before returning to the Bulls Stadium. The race is a certified and timed 5K competitive run and walk.  The Great Human Race has raised over $3 million since its inception in 1996. Although registered runners are not permitted to have dogs on the course, the Independent Animal Rescue group had a runner, Deb Eveland, who carried the flag for IAR.


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