Since 1969, the metal recycling experts at Franklin Metals have delivered a high level of quality products and customer service to businesses and individuals through the Midwest. Clients from the industrial, manufacturing, retail, and construction industries know firsthand why Franklin Metals remains an industry leader in the collection and processing of manufactured scrap metal, obsolete goods, and other raw materials into industrially reusable commodities.
The experts at Franklin Metals offer a full range of services, including:
- All Metals Recycling Scrapyard
- Public Drop Off
- Industrial Pick Ups
- Dump Hoppers
- Trailers (Dry, Flat-Bed, Open)
- Gaylord Boxes
- Lugger Boxes (1-20 yards)
- Roll-Off (20-80 yards)
- Yard Clean-Ups
- Shop Boxes & Bins
- Mobile Crane
- Auto Salvage
Combining a full range of services and capabilities with experience, professionalism, and free pickup and delivery, Franklin Metals will help you or your business save money — while being environmentally responsible and helping to Keep the Earth Green!
Our state-of-the-art aluminum furnace allows us to melt aluminum on-site — reducing our costs and allowing aluminum sellers to increase revenues.
In addition to a wide range of services, our processing capabilities include:
- Baling & Briquetting
- Drying Granulation
- Mill Tumbling
- Shearing & Torching
- Screening Systems
Franklin Metals remains committed to helping your company succeed. Our consulting services are designed to help you reduce costs and move in the right direction for future growth. While our industry-specific consulting capabilities include an Assay Laboratory and an Emission Spectrometer, we also offer Metallurgical Consultations, Analysis, and Design Scrap Handling.
Family owned and operated, Franklin Metals offers customers big and small over 44 years of experience, free pick up service, great scrap metal prices, and a convenient full-service scrapyard — all centrally located in Michigan. No matter what metals your business needs to be recycled, we handle everything from aluminum cans to other scrap metals such as lead, stainless steel, brass, zinc, copper wire, iron, and magnesium.