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What our 24-hour dumpster turnaround service commitment means for you

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VIDEO TRANSCRIPT:

Dan Sahd: Hi, I’m Dan Sahd from Sahd Metal Recycling. I am here with Aileen Romich, our customer service rep. The smile behind it all. She is here for you guys. And one of the biggest things that we have to offer as a company is our service and our commitment to that. Aileen, why don’t you talk about what that is.

Aileen Romich: Well, we offer a 24-hour turnaround dumpster service. What that means is if your dumpster is full, you give us a call. Within 24 hours, we will be happy to have that dumpster swapped, emptied, and a brand new, clear dumpster for you to fill up with your material.

Dan Sahd: Absolutely, whether it’s a dumpster, whether it’s a skid of metal, whether it’s something we’re picking up, whether it’s a cleanout, whether it’s a demo job, which for a lot of demo customers, this is the only thing that matters really is not stopping the process. We know a lot of times on the shop floors, weather situations, everyone’s like, “I need this out before the snow.” There are a million scenarios, and we’ve seen this time and time again, where that makes a huge difference to someone getting that.

Dan Sahd: And why can we do this? Well, let me show you. Because this is how we communicate all day, Mike, Shelby, Aileen, and I are getting calls, texts, messages, whatever from our customers all the time. We communicate directly with you. So you’re hitting one of the decision-makers who can go on our dispatch sheet, change things around and make sure we take care of you. That’s our commitment to you is that 24-hour swap time. A lot of times, we are getting things swapped within two to three hours. That’s really been a focus at our company, and we know it means a whole lot to our customers. So, that’s our promise to you, 24-hour dumpster service.

Aileen Romich:

Sounds good to me. At the end of the day, it’s scrap, and you want it gone. We can absolutely take care of that for you.

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Acceptable Materials

Appliances including:
  • Stoves
  • Microwaves
  • Washers and Dryers
  • Dishwashers
  • FOR A $10 FEE—Air Conditioners

End of Life Items Including:
  • Machinery (all fluids,pans and cylinders removed)
  • Farm Equipment
  • Farm Machinery
  • Lawnmowers
  • Cast Iron Patio Furniture
  • Cast Iron Outdoor Railing
  • Sheet Metal
  • Steel Wheels
  • Steel

Nonferrous Scrap:
  • Aluminum
  • Aluminum Cans
  • Aluminum Pots and Pans
  • Aluminum Siding/Gutters/Downspouts
  • Aluminum Patio Furniture
  • Aluminum Wheels
  • Aluminum Wire
  • Auto Batteries
  • Brass Fixtures/Lamps Decorative items
  • Cable, Fence and Wire
  • Christmas Lights
  • Copper
  • Copper and Brass Plumbing Pipes
  • Copper and Brass Plumbing Valves and Connectors
  • Copper Tubing
  • Copper Wire
  • Electric Motors
  • Insulated Wire
  • Radiators
  • Screen Doors/Windows (glass removed)
  • Stainless Steel

Prohibited Materials

  • Acetylene Cylinders
  • Asbestos or Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM)- applies to both fibrous and solid materials
  • Any Scrap Containing Refrigerants (CFC or HCFC) (Freezers, Refrigerators)  Air Conditioners are accepted for a $10 fee
  • Cathode Ray Tubes (CRT/tube-style computer monitors or televisions)
  • Closed Compressed Gas Cylinders – high pressure cylinders with valve intact
  • Combustible or Flammable Materials – fuels, paints, degreasers, unpunctured aerosol cans
  • Corrosive Materials – highly acidic or caustic materials (battery acid, caustic soda, etc.)
  • Explosive Materials, Munitions, Shell Casings – includes suspect military scrap
  • Free Flowing Liquids (including water)
  • Hazardous Waste – toxic or poisonous materials or wastes
  • Infectious Materials – blood-soaked or biohazard items
  • Liquids or Scrap Containing Free Flowing Liquids – fuels, antifreeze, oils, hydraulic fluid, paints
  • Mercury Containing Materials – mercury-containing thermostats, switches or fluorescent light bulbs
  • Non-Metallic Items – concrete, wood, asphalt, dirt, debris, tires (more than 5 per auto)
  • PCB-Containing Materials
  • Whole tanks uncut
  • Radioactive Scrap – anything exhibiting radiation levels above background
  • Scrap with Small Capacitors that contain 50 ppm of PCBs