High Voltage Processing Brings Scrap Wire Recycling to the Lehigh Valley

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A new business that pays .05-.15 more then the scrap yard gives contractors, school districts and manufacturing plants a better way to make money on their scrap.

These guys paid me more for my scrap wire then I could ever get from the scrap yard

A new business has opened in Bushkill Falls Township. High Voltage Processing, Inc. is a copper recycling processing plant that will reclaim 20-30 thousand pounds of scrap wire each week from the state. The business will be able to pay an additional .05 cents to .15 cents more per pound than a traditional scrap yard.

"Being a copper processor and not a scrap yard means our customers are not dealing with a middle man, they are dealing with the plant directly. In this way we are able to provide our customers with more money in their pocket," said Jim Dwyer, President of the company.

In addition, the company has a special arrangement to extend to all IBEW members. When they show their union card they get an additional .10 cents per pound over the board price. "It is one of the ways that we here at High Voltage Processing show our support for the union," said Mr. Dwyer.

The company has free pick up for over 100 pounds of wire and will pay cash or corporate check on the spot. To check prices or to schedule pick up just call 484-860-9454 or http://www.highvoltagepro.com


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