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.
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.
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!
As a member of Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (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.
Stop Metals Theft
StopMetalsTheft.org is a website hosted by ISRI that is intended to serve as a service and resource to recyclers, law enforcement, prosecutors, and other interested parties on the issue of metals theft. The site includes:
Information about the crime of metals theft in the United States;
- A link to send a theft alert in your community;
- Tools for law enforcement, prosecutors and recyclers in addressing the crime;
- Information on state metals theft laws;
- Media coverage of the crime across the country
- Success stories in apprehending perpetrators; and
- Recycling industry information.
About Metals Theft
Metals theft is a big problem. The thefts often lead to dangerous results such as electrocution, mass power outages, transportation interruption, and national security threats, putting first responders, utility workers, and citizens at risk.
Its impact on the scrap recycling industry is also significant. Recyclers are victims of theft too. ISRI, the nation’s trade association and voice of the recycling industry, is actively working to help solve the problem of metals theft.
Created as a public resource for legislators, law enforcement, recyclers, and other interested parties, the State Metal Theft Law Database helps visitors understand the laws with pre-made or custom reports on the provisions and states that interest them. This resource has been highlighted by the National Conference of State Legislatures as an incredibly comprehensive and useful source of information.