Our mission is to promote a culture that values & fosters a sustainable approach to utilizing our natural resources.

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Metal Recycling

A Sustainable Solution with Limitless Potential

CASS is not a one-step operation and we're committed to reducing our environmental impacts in all aspects of our operations. We are aware of the need to operate with a smaller carbon footprint and the opportunity to close recycling loops. As the last step in a product's useful life and the first step in manufacturing, CASS embodies a true life-cycle approach to recycling. 

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Commercial & Industrial Recycling

CASS provides various collection services to commercial and industrial customers. We're able to offer different sizes and types of bins and boxes to ensure each business we serve has the containers and equipment that meet your needs. We also anticipate & understand that complex industrial 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.

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Retail Recycling

CASS is committed to helping individuals recycle their ferrous and non-ferrous metals (aluminum, brass, copper, stainless steel, steel, and more) no matter how big or small as long as it is compliant with our Scrap Metal Acceptance Policy. Most importantly, our facilities are fully paved and regularly cleaned  with your safety in mind!




Our Product

We believe that less is more.

We proudly operate our aluminum manufacturing facility in a closed-loop system from which we produce ZERO waste. It is our business and duty to operate sustainably and safely − for our team, our clients, and our community. We believe our manufacturing process should be as exceptional as the products we make so our process, unlike many other manufacturers, is FLUX-FREE. CHEMICAL-FREE. CHLORINE-FREE. Aluminum is infinitely recyclable without degradation to the material so it's unnecessary to add fluxes, chlorine, or any other hazardous chemicals to the process. In that spirit, we consider ourselves to be the "organic" producers of aluminum.