CASS is a processor of ferrous and nonferrous metals, servicing the domestic and international markets of the scrap metal industry for over 40 years. We are committed to being the leading recycling company through our focus on customer service, quality control, & environmental stewardship. Our challenge is to be competitive in a global industry while setting best of class standards and protecting the environments in which we work and raise our families.
"Recycling one ton of steel conserves 2500 lbs of iron ore, 1400 lbs of coal, and 120 lbs of limestone."
Nonferrous metals such as aluminum, copper, nickel, and zinc are among the few commodities that can be infinitely recycled. At CASS, we provide an avenue for end of life materials to be responsibly recycled after its useful life so it can be reused. Our scrap is marketed to consumers who rely on scrap as a competitive, environmentally suitable, and energy efficient input to manufacture brand new products.
Steel is the most recycled material globally. Annually, more steel is recycled in the US than paper, plastic, aluminum & glass combined. CASS recycles obsolete ferrous scrap recovered from a wide range of consumer, commercial and industrial sources and is then processed into commodity grade material and sold to domestic & export markets.
We sell Iron, brass, aluminum, stainless steel, paper, cans, and rubber. I also look for old trucks or cars I can buy in old farmers yards, sell the metal, and then sell the parts that people may need, paper I am just starting on, because, utah does not recycle paper anywhere I know of. I live out in the (boonies) so I go out and collect all of the brass spent cartridges I can, and there are probably a hundred places to go, copper wire I strip, and aluminum wire also, and I collect lead, although it takes awhile, but I am getting a system up that will save tons of time on that. I also prospect in the summer for ore, and I have found some copper ore, on a national park, DANG IT! It is a big vain to! So there you have it.