Our new Roll Off Service is focused on making it easier for people to recycle ferrous materials – whether home or at work. We are proud to provide specialized services that strengthen our communities, protect our land and improve our quality of life.
Quality Car & Truck Parts
Bridgewater Recycling Used Auto Parts specializes in late model foreign and domestic car and truck parts. We ship anywhere in the US (excludes glass and sheet metal) and always provide fast and friendly service to all of our customers. Bridgewater Recycling Used Auto Parts uses the latest inventory technology available to ensure our customers have access to the most up-to-date parts list. All of our parts carry an industry standard warranty which means you can trust the parts you ordered from Bridgewater Recycling .
Bridgewater Recycling Used Auto Parts has been in business since 1973. Our knowledgeable, courteous staff is always eager to assist you in locating the affordable parts you need to keep your vehicle on the road.
Bridgewater Recycling pays competitive prices for all of your recyclable ferrous materials.
At our state of the art processing facility we prepare these materials for domestic and export shipment via truck, and container to end consumers who manufacture all types of products. We have auto crushers, shears, hydraulic cranes and heavy equipment to handle and process metal of all shapes and sizes. Our experienced sales staff will consult with scrap generators and accounts in order to maximize the return on their material. (in other words, ensure our customers are paid top dollar)
We have a fleet of tractor trailers and flatbeds, for delivering and to assist in plant clean-ups, junkyard cleanups and demolition projects throughout Southern New England.
|Our new Roll Off Service focuses on Construction & Demolition Debris Recycling of scrap metal (ferrous, steel, cast iron, I Beams ect.)
rolloffs available in various sizes call 508-697-3161 for more information on scrap iron roll off service
Steel is North America’s Number #1 Recycled Material. Each year, more steel is recycled than aluminum, paper, glass and plastic combined!
Scrap has become the steel industry’s single largest source of raw material because it is economically advantageous to recycle old steel into new steel. In light of this, steelmaking furnaces have been designed to consume steel scrap.
In fact, in the past 50 years, approximately 50 percent of the steel produced in this country has been recycled through the steelmaking process. Thanks to the steel industry’s impressive history of recycling, a wide variety of collection programs exist to recycle steel products.
All of these programs tap into the steel recycling infrastructure, a well-established network of more than 2,000 ferrous scrap processors and more than 70 end markets. This steel recycling infrastructure, which has grown and matured over the years in its efforts to meet the steel industry’s demand for steel scrap, is the reason today’s steel recycling efforts actually supersede those of the past.