Goldsboro, NC Metal Scrap Recycling and Junk Cars, LaGrange, Mt. Olive, 27530

Goldsboro, NC Metal Scrap

Recycling and Junk Cars

LaGrange, Mt. Olive, 27530

Goldsboro Metal Recycling is the #1 place in Wayne County and Johnston County for scrap metal recycling at the best prices per pound.  Also the #1 buyer of junk cars.  Sell your junk car to us.  We are also buyers of copper wire, copper pipe, aluminum cans, appliances, washers, dryers, stoves, hot water heaters, electronics, e-waste, e-cycle, computers, laptops, PC, servers, copiers, car batteries and more.  We are also now a car battery store, battery supplies, selling refurbished, used, cheap, affordable car batteries and truck batteries with a full 90 day exchange.  If you are saying where can I junk my car, call us.  We must have a VIN, but you can sell your car without a title, no title, if it is 10 model years or older, but it can not have a lien. NO registration ok, no keys OK.  Get rid of your old unwanted car!

Goldsboro, North Carolina is the the home of Goldsboro Metal Recycling, where we pay cash for your scrap metal to recycling at great prices per pound and we pay top dollar!  We even have an Auto Wrecker Service we team with to tow your junk car and make removal, pick up easy! Get rid of your vehicle at Goldsboro Metal Recycling.  Call 919-731-5600 for details.

We sell car batteries, marine and boat batteries, deep cycle, AGM batteries.

Greg Brown

919-731-5600

gbrown@goldsboroscrapmetalrecycling.com

 

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Goldsboro, NC Scrap Metal Recycling

Junk Cars, Copper, Aluminum, Salvage Yard

Goldsboro Metal Recycling is the #1 Recycling Center in Wayne County for your scrap metal, including, copper, junk cars, aluminum cans and more per pound today and every day!  We were Goldsboro Iron and Metal, but now are the best Junk yard, Salvage Yard in North Carolina.  We even buy old appliances, broken appliances today and evey day!  Computers, electronics and e-waste are major items we buy that includes printers, large copy machines and batteries. A great location in Goldsboro

We are buyers of LCD monitors, used, old lead acid car batteries, laptops, servers, hard drives and circuit boards.  We even pay cash, real money for Salvage cars and copper using our ATM!  We are not only a place to dispose of batteries and Computers, we pay you!  Come from Mt Olive, La Grange and more!  We love zip code 27530

Goldsboro Recycling is now also selling Car Batteries, Marine Batteries, RV and Solar, deep cycle AGM batteries.

Come see us at 801 N. John Street, NC, 27530.

Greg Brown

gbrown@goldsboroscrapmetalrecycling.com

919-731-5600

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Goldsboro, NC, Hurricane Clean Up

Appliances, Junk Cars, Aluminum

Scrap metal and recycling is what we do at Goldsboro Metal Recycling, which can help as we all clean up after the terrible storm.  We cam across the below that we thought may be of help.  Be safe, be careful.

Safety Tips for Hurricane Cleanup – Goldsboro Daily News – Goldsboro News, NCGoldsboro Daily News – Goldsboro News, NC

Safety Tips for Hurricane Cleanup

As residents begin cleaning from Hurricane Matthew, state officials urge North Carolinians to take extra precautions to protect their health and safety. Simple precautions can help prevent injuries and illnesses as well as pollution problems.

Injuries from falls are common after storms as residents climb ladders to repair roof or tree damage. Falls are among the leading causes of unintentional injury and death, according to state health officials.  Injuries can be prevented by following proper precautions when using ladders, such as having someone else steady a ladder when climbing.

Clean up workers may be susceptible to heat-related health problems from overexertion in high temperatures. Take frequent breaks to cool down and drink bottled water or other fluids to prevent overheating. Opening windows or using fans can help reduce heat stress.  Take care to avoid muscle strain when moving heavy items and debris. Flood-soaked items may weight much more than you anticipate.

If your home has been flooded, be careful when re-entering as flood waters may leave a coating of mud that makes floors and walkways slippery. If ceilings were damaged, wear a hard hat and safety glasses and avoid walking under sagging ceilings or bowed walls.

People whose homes were flooded during the hurricane should assume everything touched by flood water is contaminated and should be disinfected. Most clean up can be done with household cleaning products.  The most important rule of clean-up work is to wash your hands thoroughly and often, wear rubber gloves and, if possible, waterproof boots.

If your home has been flooded:

  • Do not try to remove flood-damaged materials that may contain asbestos. Buildings built before 1975 may have asbestos insulation and tape on the heating systems. Leave any suspected asbestos in place until it can be removed by trained asbestos professionals.
  • Do not turn the power back on until the electrical system has been inspected by a qualified electrician. Standing on wet ground or floors can put you at risk for electrocution. If the pilot light on a natural gas furnace, hot-water heater or stove has gone out, have it re-lit by a professional.
  • Furnishings and fixtures made from absorbent materials will need to be discarded if they have been in contact with flood water, including mattresses, upholstered furniture, carpets and padding, and books and paper products.
  • Clothes, bedding and drapes can be washed in clean, hot water with a disinfectant, or dry-clean them. Throw them away if they are moldy or mildewed.
  • If flood water soaked sheetrock, insulation or ceiling tiles, remove the items 30 inches above the water line.   Paneling may be removed and saved, but wall cavities should be drained, cleaned, checked for molds, and dried out. Undamaged walls, hard surface floors and other surfaces should be cleaned and disinfected with a solution of ¼ cup of laundry bleach to a gallon of water.
  • Clean, disinfect, and dry linoleum or tile floors. Floor tile and linoleum can contain asbestos and should not be disturbed.  Chipping or grinding these materials may release asbestos
  • Use a two-bucket method when cleaning. Put cleaning solution in one bucket and rinse water in the other. Replace rinse water frequently.

Mosquitoes increase in numbers after significant rain or flooding.  In addition to being a nuisance, they also can carry a variety of dangerous diseases. Use insect repellant or wear long-sleeved clothing to protect yourself from mosquitoes and empty standing water out of birdbaths, tires, flowerpots and other containers to reduce mosquito breeding. Insect repellent will not work on stinging insects, like bees, wasps and hornets. These insects may have had their nests disturbed by storm damage and can become very aggressive trying to defend nest sites. Before beginning cleanup, survey the site to see if any stinging insects are hovering in the area and use commercial pesticide labeled for wasp and hornet use to get rid of them before entering.

Flood waters will move snakes and other wild animals out of their usual habitats and they may seek refuge in storm debris. Lift debris with sticks to check for hazards or wild animals before moving it. Domestic animals may become disoriented and agitated, posing a threat to people. If domestic animals need to be removed from an area, contact the county animal control office for help.

Avoid touching dead animals. Use gloves or a shovel to move dead animals, and then wash hands thoroughly. Contact your local health department about proper disposal of dead animals.

Check with local solid waste officials about proper disposal methods when cleaning up downed trees, branches, damaged structures and other debris. Waste management officials will be setting up approved disposal sites, and establishing procedures for picking up materials. Do not burn trees, limbs and other storm debris.  Smoke from outdoor burning pollutes the air and is unhealthy to breathe. Compounding the problem, many residents are without power and air conditioning, so they need to leave windows open.

For more information on cleaning up after a flood, contact your local Emergency Management Office, local health department or Red Cross chapter. You can also get information from the following internet sites: www.dhhs.gov/hurricanes; www.fema.gov; and www.redcross.org.

 

 

Goldsboro, NC Scrap Metal Recycling Prices per Pound, Copper, Aluminum, Junk Cars

Goldsboro, NC Scrap Metal Recycling

Prices Per Pound, Copper, Aluminum, Junk Cars

Goldsboro, NC Scrap Metal Recycling Prices per pound are the most that can be paid in the Goldsboro area.  We are the largest Goldsboro Recycling Center, right here in North Carolina.  We pay the most for scrap metal prices per pound, for copper, aluminum, appliances, Junk Cars, Computers, electronics, batteries and more. We are Goldsboro Recycling at its best.  Come from LaGrange, Mt. Olive and more!  We are a Drop off Recycling Center that pays cash for Salvage cars.  You do need a title if the car is 9 model years or newer.  If you are looking for a place for car battery recycling or appliance disposal, come see us.  We pay you for them and now we are selling fresh, charged Car batteries that are cheap and affordable, as well as come with a full 90 Day exchange.  We are not just a junk yard or a salvage yard; we are a major Goldsboro Recycling Center here in Wayne County.

Greg Brown

gbrown@goldsboroscrapmetalrecycling.com

919-731-5600

 

 

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Goldsboro Metal Recycling is the largest recycling operation in Goldsboro, NC.  We are not just a junk yard, or a scrap yard, we are Goldsboro Recycling at its best, with great prices per pound for copper, aluminum cans, junk cars and more right here in Wayne County, North Carolina.  We even buy for recycling old, broken appliances, computers, electronics, batteries and more.

Greg Brown

gbrown@goldsboroscrapmetalrecycling.com

919-731-5600

 

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Closed Saturday-Goldsboro Metal Recycling

Goldsboro Metal Recycling is closed today for safety for all our employees, customers closer.   We apologize to those of you that were planning to bring us Copper, Aluminum, Junk Cars and more on Monday.

Be Safe.

Greg Brown

www.goldsboroscrapmetalrecycling.com

919-731-5600

 

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