CASS is a processor of ferrous and nonferrous scrap metals in the San Francisco Bay Area. We have been servicing the domestic and international markets of the scrap metal industry for over 40 years in Oakland, CA. We are committed to being the leading ferrous and nonferrous scrap metal 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.

 

FERROUS METALS

Steel is the most recycled material globally. Annually, more steel is recycled in the US than paper, plastic, aluminum & glass combined. CASS purchases obsolete ferrous scrap recovered from a wide range of consumer, commercial and industrial sources. This scrap material is then processed into commodity grade material and sold to domestic and export markets.

 

NON-FERROUS

Nonferrous metals such as aluminum, copper, nickel, and zinc are among the few commodities that can be infinitely recycled. 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 our material as a competitive, environmentally suitable, and energy efficient input to manufacture brand new commodities.

 
 

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INDIVIDUAL RECYCLING

CASS is committed to helping individuals recycle their metal no matter how big or small as long as it is compliant with our Scrap Metal Acceptance Policy. Recycle your aluminum, brass, copper, stainless steel, steel, and more. Call us if you a question!

Commercial RECYCLING

CASS provides various collection services to commercial customers. We are able to provide different sizes and types of bins and boxes to ensure each business we serve has the containers and equipment that meet your needs.

INDUSTRIAL RECYCLING

CASS understands that the complex needs of your projects require responses and the recycling solutions that keep your jobs running smoothly and efficiently. Our resources and dedicated staff will help get the job done right.


CASS SCRAP MeTAl ACCEPTANCE POLICY

CASS is committed to responsible scrap metal recycling. It is critical that you have a clear understanding of which materials are acceptable and those which are not to ensure proper environmental stewardship.  We reserve the right to reject any load at your cost if this policy is not followed. 

For environmental and safety reasons, CASS will not accept the following materials for reycycling:

  • Aerosol paint cans and/ or aerosol containers
  • Asbestos or asbestos-containing materials of any kind such as pipe insulation
  • Automobile air bags containing sodium azide
  • Closed containers or compressed gas cylinders without minimum 3” hole
  • Combustible or explosive materials or materials with explosive residue
  • Material containing PCB’s (eg. PCB capacitors, PCB ballasts and electrical PCB transformers)
  • Mercury Switches
  • Motor blocks with un-punctured oil pans
  • Ni-Ca Batteries
  • Oil filters, gasoline, diesel, propane, antifreeze or other petroleum containers
  • Radioactive materials or containers
  • Tanks, drums, vessels or condensers that are not empty & clean of hazardous substances
  • Unauthorized or live munitions or military munitions scrap

Our staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding this policy.  Thank you for assistance in helping CASS facilitate responsible recycling.

As a member of ISRI, we strive to meet and exceed industry standards. ISRI is the voice of the recycling industry dedicated to strengthening the economy, protecting the environment, and providing a safe workplace for the estimated 138,000 men and women it employs.

The metal recycling industry is critical to the local, state, federal, and global economy. Our industry annually processes more than 135 million tons of society’s obsolete products into useful raw materials, creating significant energy savings, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, saving natural resources, and limiting the amount of material that would otherwise be sent to landfills.

The U.S.-based scrap recycling industry is a sophisticated, capital-intensive industry that employs approximately 138,000 workers in the United States.
— ISRI.org