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 Florida Scrap Metals, Inc. is a Family owned and operated business. We pride ourselves in providing our customers with exceptional service along with highly competitive market prices.

We buy all types of metals; Aluminum, Copper, Brass, Electric Motors, Stainless Steel and more. From small scale trade to large Commercial accounts we can help. So whether you're looking to get some quick extra cash or open a Commercial account contact us today.

Hours of Operation

Mon - Fri: 8:30 - 5:00pm

Sat: 8:30 - 12:00pm



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Scrap Metal Recycling

Bring in your scrap: We buy ferrous and non-ferrous metals.*  If you're not sure what you have give us a call and we will be glad to assist you.

Sort and Weigh: Upon arrival we will help you sort and weigh your material in a timely manner, we guarantee a good customer experience along with fair, competitive prices.

Get Paid: After we have sorted and weighed your material we will provide you with an itemized transaction receipt and funds for your transaction, its that simple.

* Identification required at time of sale.

Pick-up Service

Florida Scrap Metals now offers pick-up services for our larger commercial/industrial customers. Call us to discuss your needs, we can provide a scrap collection container  for your site and arrange for delivery to our metals recycling center.

Contact us today for more information: (561) 541-3808

Material we buy

  • Aluminum
  • Brass
  • Copper
  • Electric Motors
  • Steel/Cast Iron
  • Stainless Steel
  • All Grades of Ferrous and Nonferrous Metals


Hours of Operation

Mon - Fri: 8:30 - 5:00pm

Sat: 8:30 - 12:00pm








Effective July 1st 2012 UPDATED


A new Florida State Law has been passed that requires scrap metal recycling facilities to obtain proof of ownership (for example, receipt or bill of sale) when recycling the following items:

  1. Manhole cover
  2. An electric light pole or other utility structure and its fixtures, wires, and hardware that arereadily identifiable as connected to the utility structure

  3. A guard rail

  4. A street sign, traffic sign, or traffic signal and its fixtures and hardware.

  5. Communication, transmission, distribution, and service wire from a utility, including copper or aluminum bus bars, connectors, grounding plates, or grounding wire

  6. A funeral marker or funeral vase

  7. A historical marker

  8. Railroad equipment, including, but not limited to, a tie plate, signal house, control box, switch plate, E clip, or rail tie junction

  9. Any metal item that is observably marked upon reasonable inspection with any form of the name, initials, or logo of a governmental entity, utility company, cemetery, or railroad

  10. A copper, aluminum, or aluminum-copper condensing or evaporator coil, including its tubing or rods, from an air-conditioning or heating unit, excluding coils from window air-conditioning or heating units and motor vehicle air-conditioning or heating units.

  11. An aluminum or stainless steel container or bottle designed to hold propane for fuelingforklifts

  12. A stainless steel beer keg

  13. A catalytic converter or any nonferrous part of a catalytic converter unless purchased as part of a motor vehicle

  14. Metallic wire that has been burned in whole or in part to remove insulation

  15. A brass or bronze commercial valve or fitting, referred to as a “fire department connection and control valve or an “FDC valve,” that is commonly used on structures for access to water for the purpose of extinguishing fires

  16. A brass or bronze commercial potable water backflow preventer valve that is commonly used to prevent backflow of potable water from commercial structures into municipal domestic water service systems

  17. A shopping cart

  18. A brass water meter

  19. A storm grate

  20. A brass sprinkler head used in commercial agriculture                                                                               
  21. More than two lead-acid batteries, or any part or component thereof,in a single purchase or from the same individual in a single day.

In the event that proof of ownership is not available, we will respectifully refuse to purchase these items.

Payment for restricted regulated items may be made by check only and mailed to the address on file.

Full details can be found on the Florida State Senate’s website here:



Hours of Operation

Mon - Fri: 8:30 - 5:00pm

Sat: 8:30 - 12:00pm



    7233 Southern Blvd. Unit A-5

      West Palm Beach, FL 33413             

Office: (561) 541-3808

         Office: (561) 891-2492                                                                                           

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