Q: Are You Open During the Covid-19 Situation?
A: Yes! We are open, though we are operating a bit differently to protect our customers and employees. Long story short, you can still bring your scrap in and get green!
Believe it or not… we get all sorts of questions! Sometimes it’s about what types of material we buy, sometimes it’s about scrap metal prices and how those prices can fluctuate. Sometimes it’s about how we make money, how we charge, etc.!
Read below for some of the most frequently asked questions we hear, including how we determine scrap metal prices. If you have any specific questions, please call us at (804) 912-2498 or contact Bee Green Recycling online. We look forward to the opportunity to serve all your recycling needs!
Q: How do I know current scrap metal prices?
A: Scrap metal prices fluctuate on a day to day basis for all our materials. The most frequent question we get asked every day is about scrap metal prices. For specific questions on prices (or on your specific scrap metal), call us at (804) 912-2498 or contact Bee Green Recycling online to get today’s pricing or to talk about your specific scrap metal prices. You can also check out our blog on Copper Pricing for some of the reasons these prices fluctuate!
Q: What is the layout of your facility?
A: Check out the video tour below!
Q: What are your center’s hours?
A: Our hours are M-F from 7am to 4:30pm, and Saturday from 7am to 12noon. Our hours rarely, if ever, change. If you have any concerns as to whether or not we area open, just contact us!
Q: How does it all work?
A. That’s easy – see below!
Q: Do I get paid right there, while on site?
A: Yes. Every time! See below for the methods in which we can pay you on the spot.
Q: How do I get paid?
A: We pay you either via cash or check, on the spot. We do have a limit for cash payouts. If you have a huge load of scrap metal, we will most likely pay you via check. We handle cash and check payouts on a case by case basis.
Q: What type of scrap metal will you purchase?
A: Head over to the “Scrap We Buy” page for a mostly complete list of the materials we purchase. Most of the items we take are on that list, although there are always exceptions. You can always just contact us to ask whether or not we take your scrap.
Q: What types of scrap metal will you NOT purchase?
A: Scrap items like lead, batteries, cars (not broken down), complete Air Conditioning units, any types of tanks, bottles (with fluids or liquids), beer kegs, railroad scrap, anything radioactive. We are proud to honor all Environmental Protection Agency standards with respect to any item involving chemicals, or liquids or any hazardous materials. If you bring us a car part, odds are that we can recycle it. On the flip side, if you bring us a complete car, we will most likely turn you away. Truth is, just call us at (804) 912-2498 for specific questions, so we don’t waste your time or ours.
Q: I’ve never been to Bee Green Recycling… How does the process work?
A: You roll onto our scale through our “Scale Entrance.” We weigh you, then give you a ticket, and then direct you to the appropriate area to offload whatever materials you have. Additionally, depending on the amount and type of materials, we either unload your scrap by hand, by magnet or by crane (the claw). You then pull back through and get weighed again, and take your updated ticket to our cashier. We will know exactly what you brought, and pay you appropriately for your materials.
Q: Do I need to bring any ID?
A: Yes. We record information for every load that comes into Bee Green Recycling.
Q: Can I bring you stolen goods?
A: No. Don’t even try it. We regularly communicate with local police departments, and keep detailed records of everything you bring us. Don’t waste your time. We report our daily loads and customers to the police nightly.
Have any questions we have not addressed? Still have questions about scrap metal prices, how we operate or what kinds of scrap you can bring in to Bee Green Recycling? Check out the blog! We’ve written plenty of entries that might be able to shed some more light on the Scrap Metal Recycling industry!