Sadoff Iron & Metal Announces Expanded Services and Facilities6
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Sadoff Iron & Metal Announces Expanded Services and Facilities
Company will reopen Oshkosh location and offer electronics recycling at all facilities
Oshkosh, Wis. (Aug. 10, 2015) – In an effort to continually provide excellent service to customers, Sadoff Iron & Metal will reopen a recycling center in Oshkosh and offer electronics recycling in all eight facilities throughout Wisconsin and Nebraska.
“Sadoff strives to position itself as the customer’s preferred choice when it comes to recycling,” said Jason Lasky, Vice President of Sadoff Iron & Metal. “By making these changes, we continue to ensure excellent service and value to our customers, encourage responsible waste management at all our locations, and remain the trusted choice in recycling in Northeast Wisconsin.”
Sadoff Reopens Oshkosh Recycling Facility
Sadoff Iron & Metal has announced their Oshkosh scrap metal recycling center will reopen on Monday, Aug. 10. The company’s return to Oshkosh once again gives community members the choice to recycle scrap metal and other accepted recyclable materials.
A first for the area, the Oshkosh facility will feature a unique drive through experience for the comfort of customers bringing in their materials. Vehicles will be able to drive through the entire building offering protection form the elements during transactions; however, some larger vehicles, such as semis, will be excluded from this option due to size constraints and will utilize the truck scale located in their recycling yard.
Customers will also receive instant visual weight verification or scale readouts of their materials to ensure accuracy.
“Oshkosh again has a choice,” said Lasky. “For many of us at Sadoff, Oshkosh is our home, so we want to make sure the ability to recycle materials properly and receive fair value for doing so is available. Not only do we focus on simple and responsible recycling, but we support our local communities, too.”
The facility, located at 36 E. 10th Ave. in Oshkosh, will be open weekly from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and from 8 a.m.-Noon on Saturdays.
For questions regarding the reopened facility and what materials are accepted for recycling, customers can call the Oshkosh recycling center at 920-232-7373.
Electronics Recycling Now Available at All Recycling Centers
With the reopening of the recycling center in Oshkosh this month, all eight Sadoff facilities will now accept electronics for recycling.
Some items accepted include computers, cellphones, memory chips, keyboards, circuit boards, hard drives and power cords.
Most items can be recycled for financial compensation, but a few have no value or involve a disposal fee in order to recycle properly. A disposal fee of 35 cents a lb. is required to recycle televisions.
Sadoff’s CO+Efficient Program also confirms any information on your recycled electronics is never compromised and will not be seen after disposal.
For more information on financial reimbursement and what electronics are accepted, contact the main office in Fond du Lac, Wis. at 920-921-2070.
Berlin Center Promotes New Operating Hours
The Sadoff Berlin facility, located at 478 E. Huron St. in Berlin, Wis., is now open weekly from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. on Friday, and 8 a.m.- Noon on Saturday.
For information on the Berlin Iron & Metal Recycling Center, call 920-361-1450 or visit www.sadoff.com.
For more information on Sadoff Iron & Metal and their recycling centers throughout Wisconsin and Nebraska, follow them on Facebook or visit their website at www.sadoff.com.
Sadoff Iron & Metal is a scrap metal company headquartered in Fond du Lac, Wis. Over 220 employees in eight locations provide high levels of quality and service in scrap metal processing, industrial service, melt products, non ferrous products, electronics, and auto/dealer services. Sadoff Iron & Metal is also committed to protecting the environment with their “Down to Earth” attitude and various environmentally friendly programs.
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