E-Metals Metal And Electronic Recycling, Inc Company Logo

  Address: 230 Crompton St., Charlotte NC 28273

Your Charlotte Area Partner in Scrap Metal, Computer And Electronics Recycling

Tel: 704-837-7848  

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Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm,

Saturdays 8:00 am to 12:30 pm.

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Every year, millions of electronics are thrown into landfills. The Institute for Local

Self-Reliance estimates that as much as 75% of unused electronics is being stored and

will result in hundreds of millions of computers ending up in the landfills within a few short years. This puts the land, drinking water, and air at serious risk.

The environment is at risk

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Protect against hazardous waste

Recycling helps keep dangerous heavy metals such as antimony, silver, chromium, zinc, lead, tin, copper and mercury out of the environment. It also reduces greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to the problem of global warming.

Keep up with technology

As technology progresses, so does the danger. Every person has a duty to manage their own

e-waste safely and responsibly. You can recycle technology such as computers, cell phones, and cameras, as well as junk cars, washers and dryers, copper wiring, and more.

E-waste is the fastest growing form

of municipal waste, increasing at a staggering

5 percent each year. The quantity and toxicity of this waste represent a serious potential risk if not properly managed.

Manage your e-waste

Electronic devices become outdated and unusable more quickly every year it seems.

When this happens, don't toss your devices in

a drawer or throw them in the trash.


Protect your personal information and the environment with component destruction.

Visit our Electronics and Disposal pages to

find out more about what we accept and how

we protect you.

Do you have outdated devices?

Do your part to keep dangerous metals and other materials out of the environment with our flexible strategies for recycling your unused items and technology.

Scrap metal is another serious problem for the environment. Recycling allows for new products to be made from the metal, reducing landfill congestion, water use, electricity use, and water and air pollution, as well as reduce the final cost to the consumer. Bring your scrap metal, including aluminum, brass, copper, and steel, in and receive competitive prices.

Make extra money by recycling scrap metal

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