Salvage America Inc. Recently Performed Onsite Deconstruct

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Salvage America Inc. recently performed an onsite deconstruct (Recycle) clean up of farmland in Guilford County.

Salvage America recently headed a large deconstruct of farmland. The company has years of experience with on site consulting, deconstructing and removal of materials. Many of today’s companies need assistance when facing deconstruction projects on small or large scales. Businesses need that expert knowledge to help them take advantage of the benefits that can come from recycling and recovering.

The farmland was located in Guilford County and involved a large recycling clean up of the area. Salvage America removed and recycled 500,000 lbs. of scrap material, including the recycling of some 350,000 lbs. of scrap metal. This scrap metal can be used in various materials in the future, saving valuable resources. They also mobilized various pieces of machinery that they currently have onsite at their Scrap/Recycling Center, including various trailers, rollback truck, skid steer, track hoe, and various cutting equipment.

Salvage America prides themselves on being able to tackle all sorts of jobs; big or small. They provide a non-stop service with quick turnaround. Their services extend from general contractors to Fortune 500 companies; they can help commercial, industrial and residential customers. They pay competitive prices for many kinds of scrap metals, electric motors, lead acid batteries, white goods, and much more. Contact Salvage America for a list of specific types and quantities of recycled goods.

About the company:
Salvage America is a privately owned and operated recycling center that has been providing a quality "Green" service since 2005. They are a one stop service for all commercial, industrial and residential recycling needs, scrap metals and much more. They offer onsite consulting and analysis, certified scales to quantify recovery, container services, inventory liquidation, on-site deconstruction and material removal, as well as the resources to help businesses generate revenue for single stream waste recovery. For more information, please visit their website at

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