All posts tagged: 2016

AIDs Awareness Month

AIDs is one of the scariest words in the dictionary, but as scary as the word may seem to us, for some it is a lifelong reality. Over one million Americans are living with HIV/AIDs.

China's Steel Exports Fall

China’s Steel Exports Fall in November

The latest news out of the steel industry is that China’s steel exports drop for the 4th straight month.  In November, Chinese exports of steel dropped 16% compared to a year ago to 8.12 million tons.¹  According to Bloomberg, there is little chance that exports catch last years 12 month record.  If this plays out

Scrap Metal Market: December 2017, Advanced Remarketing Services

Scrap Metal Market: December 2016

The metal market was able to stop the skid for the time being as scrap prices for crushed auto bodies increased nationally 4.1% since last month.  The average price per gross ton is now up to about $136.  The end of the year increase is encouraging after three straight months of steady decline. An article

2009 Mini Cooper S for the American Cancer Society.

In November 2016 we had a car donation to the American Cancer Society from a generous donor from Oklahoma. They had donated their 2009 Mini Cooper S 2 door to help support their favorite charity.

Did You Know? A Look Into Automotive Recycling Facts

Cars and trucks are often the topic of conversation when it comes to world pollution. However, the automotive recycling industry is one of the most efficient programs running.  Consequently, in the U.S. and Canada alone there are over 11 million vehicles recycled every year.¹  The automotive recycling industry is continuously developing creative ways to reuse